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Marine Accommodations Inc. Celebrates Past, Looks To Successful Future

Marine Accommodations, Inc. (MAI), of Jacksonville, Fla., which celebrated its third year of success in servicing the cruise ship and commercial vessel industry this past January, is the exclusive distributor/ agent for BU-IL Industries BIP Accommodation Package.

The BIP Accommodation package consists of Rockwool Core (thermal, noise and fire insulated); bulkhead linings and partitions; continuous ceilings; floating floors; A, B & C class doors; pre-fab bathroom units; furnishings and accessories; CAD engineering; and supervision and/or turnkey installation for North and South America and Europe. MAI has been involved with several high-profile projects lately, including: • A contract with Halifax Dartmouth Industries to supply complete BIP joiner packages for L2 ship sets on the Maritime Coastal Defense Vessels (MCDVs). Thecon- ;ract was the result of MAI's suc- :ess in supplying the 300-foot (91.5- n) M/VNorthumberland ferry vessel, which was built by Pictou Inlustries. ' A contract for the supply of the :omplete joiner package for the M/ J Sankaty from the Wood's Hole steamship Authority. This conract follows the successful work on he Atlantic Marine-built sistership, he M/V Martha's Vineyard, a 230- oot (70.1-m) passenger/auto ferry lelivered last November.

1 A turnkey contract to design, upply and install the BIP Rockwool ore joiner (thermal, noise and fire nsulated) system including compete galley equipment and furnishng for MarAd's M/V Cape Trinity t Houston Ship Repair.

MAI points to many factors conributing to its success, including SU-IL Industries' commitment and edication to supporting MAI's sales bjectives of providing quality prodcts and services in a timely manor.

MAI is also greatly aided by its etwork of strategically located sub gents providing on-site engineerig, sales, service and installation. To date MAI has worked with lany prominent companies, such s the State of Maine Port Authory, MARITRANS, Norfolk Shipuilding Co., Bender Shipyard, Atintic Marine, Premier Cruise ines, Cunard and P&O Cruise ines.

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