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United States Lines Flying High Again

As far back to the early 1900's when the transatlantic crossing ruled the day, the motto of the cruise ship industry was to provide passengers with a vacation that was both relaxing and hospitable. For the most part, the majority of these passengers

 

Reagan Cuts an Imposing Path

From the USS Monitor to Theodore Roosevelt's "Great White" fleet to today's development of the Littoral Combat Ship, the U.S. Navy, its mission and its physical assets have undergone many complete metamorphoses over the country's 227-year history.

J Storm XVI Is 50th Jackup Commissioned At Bethlehem, Beaumont

Southern Drilling Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of Marine Drilling Company, and Bethlehem Steel Corporation's Beaumont, Texas, shipyard, recently commissioned a 250-foot water depth mobile offshore drilling unit. The rig was christened J Storm XVI by its sponsor Mrs.

New Technical Services Brochure Available From Atlantic Diving Co.

A new 12-page Technical Services brochure from Atlantic Diving Company, Inc. describes new underwater tools and techniques. It includes 14 on-the-job photographs and five technical diagrams. Atlantic Diving Co. has programs for total inspection, maintenance, and repair.

Unitor Offers Free 14-Page Brochure On Ship Services & Products

Unitor Ships Service AS of Norway is offering a free 14-page color brochure on their full range of products and services for the operational, maintenance and safety systems on vessels and offshore units. With the extensive use of color photos and text,

N e w Book Accounts Histories of 500 Ships Built By Newport News

A new hardcover book, "Always Good Ships," takes a retrospective look at Newport News Shipbuilding, listing and describing the colorful histories of more than 500 ships built by the famous Virginia shipyard during its first century of operation.

 
 
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