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  • Turecamo Coastal & Harbor Towing Corporation of New York recently added the 3,900-bhp Joan Turecamo (shown above and on the cover) to its growing fleet of modern tugboats. The new vessel, classed +A1 "Ocean Towing Service" by the American Bureau of Shipping, was built by Matton Shipyard in Cohoes, N.Y., a Turecamo subsidiary.

    Intended for use in the firm's general towing service, she is 114 feet 8 inches long with a beam of 32 feet 2 inches, depth of 16 feet 8 inches, and normal operating draft of 13 feet. Fuel capacity is 57,300 gallons.

    Propulsion power is provided by twin GM Electro-Motive Division 16-645-E6 diesel engines, each rated 1,950 bhp at 900 rpm.

    The reverse/reduction gears are Falk model 2435, and the 120- inch, 3-bladed stainless-steel propellers were supplied by Coolidge.

    Capable of attaining a freerunning speed of 14 knots, the tug is constructed with an upper pilot house that affords unobstructed vision over large petroleum barges that she is designed to push. In addition to her full pushing capability, the 192-gt vessel is equipped with an Almon A. Johnson series 229 towing winch. The electrohydraulic capstan is a New England Trawler model X1524; steering gear is Frydenbro model HS-20 with ITT Decca Marine controls.

    The vessel is fully automated with Hose-McCann equipment, and is fitted with the most modern navigation and communication gear. ITT Decca Marine supplied the Loran C model 708, autopilot model DP 752-G, two RM 914C radars with one slave unit, gyrocompass model MB 12, and LAZ 43 depth finder. The direction finder is a Benmar ADF 168; Motorola provided the 55/75 VHF and the SSB radios.

    Air-conditioning is by Dunham- Bush, and coatings were supplied by International Paint.

    Company president Bart Turecamo stated, "We plan to use the Joan Turecamo in c o n j u n c t i on with our new 100,000-barrel oil barge Marie Tilton." The Turecamo company provides a wide range of towing services, from ship docking to coastal towing, operating from the Great Lakes to the Caribbean.

  • streamers of yellow, blue, and red (Venezuela's national colors), Mrs. D'Paola sponsored the vessel. Classed by the American Bureau of Shipping + A1 Ocean Service, Submersible Barge/Drydock, the Rio Manzanares is the first vessel of its kind built utilizing a new Conrad concept. In the transportation

  • . Arctic ice management was handled by Crowley with a third tug contracted for the job, the 23,200 bhp Arctic Kalvik. The certified Ice Class Lloyds +100 A1 Arctic Class 4 tug offered high bollard pull, ice-breaking ability and was well suited with tow gear for arctic and ocean towing. "The Orlan has

  • Santa Fe International Corp., Orange, Calif., has announced the early completion of Phase 1 in its $161,000,000 Ras A1 Mish'Ab port project on the east coast of Saudi Arabia. The first ship berthed at the new port facilities June 25, less than 11 months after the award of the turnkey design-construct

  • Industries, Inc. The new vessel is equipped for both shiphandling and ocean towing. The 4,400-hp tug is certified by the U.S. Coast Guard and classified A1 for unlimited ocean service by the American Bureau of Shipping. The new boat brings the number of tugs in the fleet to 14. The Capt. Bud Bisso is

  • in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, the Natomas- Skaarup Marine Sales company of Greenwich, Conn., announced. The former bunker barge Bunker Antigua, renamed A1 Fadhili, recently arrived in Jeddah and is available to service all types and all sizes of ships with a complete line of marine fuels. The Bunker

  • class service. The addition of the Coastal Florida to our fleet enhances the ship berthing and firefighting capabilities in the Port of Miami," said A1 Espino, senior vice president of Coastal Tug and Barge, Inc. Classed by the American Bureau of Shipping, "A-l Maltese Ocean Towing Service," the

  • cable on each drum, a 5- foot by 8-foot stern roller, and a measured bollard pull of 70,000 pounds. Classed by the American Bureau of S h i p p i n g as +A1 (AMS), All Ocean Towing, the vessels are built in accordance with U.S. Coast Guard specifications. No. 42 and No. 43 were built in Houma, La., by

  • has a measured bollard pull of 70,000 pounds. She is built to U.S. Coast Guard specifications, and is classed by the American Bureau of Shipping as + A1 (AMS) All Oceans, Towing. Gulf Fleet Marine is one of the Houston Natural Gas Corporation group of companies

  • the Spanish shipbuilder's Cadiz yard. The vessels are owned by United Arab Shipping Company of Kuwait. Three 16,900-dwt general cargo ships—the A1 Ahmadiah, A1 Rumaithiah, and A1 Shamiah—had their entire cargo sections removed and replaced with complete new midbodies, which are outfitted for

  • wreck removal operation of a 426 x 105 x 28 ft. (130 x 32 x 8.5 m), 7,279 grt materials barge. The vessel was transiting the area of Mina Saqr Port in Ras A1 Khaimah, United Arab Emirates on February 3 when it capsized and sank with full load of rock/boulders. Prior to its salvage, the barge had been lying

  • , $5.33 million for Seabarges Cape May and Cape Mendocino, and auxiliary crane ship Gopher State. Larson Boat Wins $954,980 Contract For Barge Overhaul A1 Larson Boat Shop, Terminal Island, Calif., recently received a $954,980 contract from the Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion and Repair, San

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