Halter Marine, Inc., and Zapata Marine Service, Inc. have signed a contract for the construction of four 185-foot tug/supply boats.
The new vessels will be the first supply boats to be built by Halter for Zapata. All will be built at Halter's Moss Point, Miss., division and will be delivered in the fourth quarter of 1982.
Each will be 185 feet in length, with a 40-foot beam and 14-foot depth. Thev will each be powered by two EMD16-645-E6 engines developing 3,900 hp and will be equipped to carry bulk mud and perform a variety of towing and anchor-handling functions.
The new boats will be named Palmas Service, Trafalgar Service, Falcon Service, and Sable Service.
Halter Marine, Inc. owns and operates a group of shipyards in the Southeastern United States and is the world's largest builder of supply boats for the offshore oil and gas industry.
, Inc. is the world's largest builder of supply vessels for the offshore oil and gas industry. The company owns and operates 10 shipyards in the Southeastern United States
the sale of Samson rope systems and mooring systems for the heavy marine and industrial and the offshore markets. His territory will include the Southeastern United States, the Caribbean, Mexico, and South America. He will be based at the Houston, Texas, office of Samson Ocean Systems, Inc. William
operating in the Gulf of Mexico for over 20 years. The company moves a large volume of oil from the Houston refining area to ports in the Southeastern United States. In the Port of Tampa alone, Interstate delivers approximately 19-million barrels of gasoline and jet fuel each year. A large volume of
A seminar on "Marine Insurance" will be held in the Hotel Hilton, Jacksonville, Fla., on December 6, 1978. Maritime industry executives in Southeastern United States are invited to attend the one-day session. The Marine Insurance Seminar will be sponsored jointly by Florida Junior College, Marsh &
III positioning system. The vessel was built by Halter Marine's Chalmette, La., division, one of 10 shipyards owned and operated by Halter in the Southeastern United States
of Shipping classification at Halter Marine's Moss Point Yard, Miss., one of a group of shipyards owned and operated by Halter in the Southeastern United States. Halter is the world's largest builder of supply vessels for the offshore oil and gas industry
staterooms. The Shawn and Craig were built by Halter's Chalmette, La., Division, one of a group of shipyards owned and operated by Halter in the Southeastern United States
. The Richard Hill and Steve Partain were built by Halter Marine's Chalmette, La., division, one of 10 shipyards owned and operated by Halter in the Southeastern United States.
U.S. Public Health approved. She was built by Halter Marine's Moss Point, Miss., Division, one of 10 shipyards owned and operated by Halter in the Southeastern United States
U.S. Public Health Approved. She was built at Halter's Moss Point (Miss.) Division, one of 10 shipyards owned and operated by the company in the Southeastern United States. Halter is one of the world's largest builders of support vessels for the offshore oil and gas industry
. The new crewboats were built by Halter's Chalmette, La., division, one of 10 shipyards owned and operated by Halter Marine in the Southeastern United States
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