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SEPTEMBER NEVA 95: September 12-16, St. Petersburg, Russia.

Contact: Roderick Keay, Dolphin Exhibitions Ltd., 112 High Street, Bildeston, Suffolk IP7 7EB, England, tel: +44 449 741801; fax: +44 449 741628.

American P&I Club's Safety/ Claims Seminar: September 13, International Trade Mart Building, New Orleans, La.

Contact:Don Moore, tel: (212) 908- 2411.

Maritime Environmental Symposium '95: September 13-14, Sheraton National Hotel, Arlington, Va.

Contact: Danice Beal, ASNE, 1452 Alexandria St., Arlington, Va. 22314-3458, tel: (703) 836- 6727; fax: (703) 836-7491.

Riverboat Gaming Congress & Expo: September 13-15, St. Louis, Mo.

Contact: World Gaming Congress & Expo, Seven Penn Plaza, N.Y., N.Y. 10001-3900, tel: (212) 594-4120; fax: (212) 714-0514.

Superyacht Northwest '95: September 13-16, Kirkland Yacht Club Marina, Kirkland, Wash.

Contact: Sharry Stabbert, Kirkland Yacht Club Marina, 135 Lake St. South, Suite 115, Kirkland, Wash. 98033, tel: (206) 827-3200; fax: (206) 827-7455.

Third Thematic Conference on Remote Sensing for Marine and Coastal Environments: September 18-20, Westin Hotel, Seattle, Wash.

Contact: ERIM/Marine Environmental Conference, P.O. Box 134001, Ann Arbor, Mich. 48113- 4001, tel: (313) 994-1200, ext. 3234, fax: (313) 994-5123.

BIMCO Seminar: ISM Code Implementation In Practice - Corporate Risk: September 18- 22, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Contact: Bent J0rgensen, course manager, The Baltic and International Maritime Council, 161 Bagsvaerdvej, 2880 Bagsvaerd, Denmark; tel: +45 44 44 45 00; fax: +45 44 44 50.

American Petroleum Institute (API) Electronic Data Interchange Conference & User Group Meeting: September 25-27, New Orleans Hilton, New Orleans, La.

Contact: API, 1220 L. Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20005, tel: (202) 662-8000; fax: (202) 682-8223.

9th International Symposium On Unmanned Submersible Technology: September 25-27, New England Center, Durham, N.H. Contact: J. Susan Thorton, Northeastern University, Marine Science Center, Nahant, Mass. 01908; tel: (617) 599-7114; fax: (617) 599-0687. CADAP '95: Computer Aided Design & Production for Small Craft: September 26-27, Southampton Novotel, U.K.

Contact: Royal Institute of Naval Architects, 10 Upper Belgrave St., London SW1X 8BQ, tel: +44 0171 235 4622; fax: +44 0171 245 6959.

Waterborne Gaming Forum: September 26- 27, Downtown Athletic Club, New York City. Contact: The Maritime Association of the Port of New York/New Jersey, 17 Battery Place, Suite 115, New York, N.Y. 10004, tel: (212) 425-5704; fax: (212) 635-9498.

Offshore Noise and Vibration: September 27, Kings College, Aberdeen, U.K.

Contact: The IMarE Conferences Dept., The Institute of Marine Engineers, 76 Mark Lane, London EC3R 7JN, tel: +44 171 481 8493; fax: +44 171 488 1854.

National Waterways Conference (NWC) Annual Meeting: September 27-29, Adam's Mark Hotel, Tulsa, Okla.

Contact: NWC, 1130 17th St., Wash., D.C. 2003- 4676, tel: (202) 296-4415; fax: (202) 835-3861. OCTOBER NASPL: October 1-3, Minneapolis Convention Center, Minneapolis, Minn.

Contact: World Gaming Congress & Expo, Seven Penn Plaza, N.Y., N.Y. 10001-3900, tel: (212) 594-4120; fax: (212) 714-0514.

SNAME Annual Meeting and International Maritime Exposition: October 4-7, Washington Hilton, Washington, D.C.

Contact: Society of Naval Arcitects and Marine Engineers (SNAME), 601 Pavonia Ave., Jersey City, N.J. 07306, fax: (201) 798-4975.

Electric Propulsion: The Effective Solution?: October 5-6, Institute of Marine Engineers, London.

Contact: Kathleen Ford, Institute of Marine Engineers, The Memorial Building, 76 Mark Lane, London, EC3R 7JN, U.K., tel: +44 171481 8493; fax: +44 171 488 1854.

Oceans '95 MTS/IEEE Conference and Exhibition: October 9-12, San Diego, Calif.

Contact: Deam Given or Bill Hulburd, 9825 Bonnie Vista Dr., La Mesa, Calif. 91941-6828, tel: (619) 695-1197; or contact the MTS at tel: (202) 775-5966; or the IEEE at tel: (206) 525- 2578.

Training And The Human Element In Accident Prevention: October 11- 13, Downtown Athletic Club, New York City.

Contact: Rosalie Vitale, The Seaman's Church Institute, 241 Water St., New York, N.Y. 10038, tel: (212) 349-9090; fax: (212) 349-8342.

World Gaming Congress & Expo: October 16- 18, Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nev. Contact: World Gaming Congress & Expo, Seven Penn Plaza, N.Y., N.Y. 10001-3900, tel: (212) 594-4120; fax: (212) 714-0514.

American Association of Port Authorities' 84th Annual Convention: October 16-20, Sheraton New Orleans, New Orleans, La. Contact: AAPA, 1010 Duke St., Alexandria, Va. 22314, tel: (703) 684- 5700; fax: (703) 684-6321.

SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition: October 22- 25, Dallas, Texas.

Contact: SPE, Office, 4 Mandeville PI., W1M 5LA, London, England, tel: +44 71487 4250; fax: +44 71487 4229.

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API Refining Autumn Meeting: October 23-25, Walt Disney World Dolphin Hotel, Orlando, Fla.

Contact: API, 1220 L. Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20005, tel: (202) 662-8000; fax: (202) 682-8223.

International Marine Transit Association's (IMTA) 20th Annual Conference: October 23-26, Sydney, Australia.

Contact:Philip Hercus, president, IMTA, 1 Mafeking Ave., Lake Cove, NSW 2066, Australia, tel: +612 427 2822; fax: +61 2 427 7238.

Surface Navy Association Eighth National Symposium: October 23-27, Sheraton National Hotel, Arlington, Va.

Contact: Ruth Kane, SNA symposium manager, 7205 Burtonwood Dr., Alexandria, Va. 22207, tel: (703) 765-SHIP.

ASNE Maintenance Symposium: Fleet Maintenance In the Joint Environment: October 24-25, Virginia Beach, Va.

Contact: Ray Michelin, 1001 19th St., Suite 200, Virginia Beach, Va. 23451, tel: (804) 491- 5086; fax: (804) 491- 6684.

Newbuild 2000 And The Role Of The Naval Architect: October 24- 25, London, U.K.

Contact:Amanda Wilkes-Brough, Royal Institution of Naval Architects, 10 Upper Belgrave St., London, U.K. SW1X 8BQ, tel: +44 171 235 4622, fax: +44 171 245 6959. Expoship Riomar '95: October 24- 27, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Contact: Paulo Correa, FCI, Av. das Americas, 1.155 — Sala 1.507 22631- 000, Rio de Janiero, Brazil, tel: 55 21 439 9097; fax: 55 21 493 8203, or in the U.K., contact Bob Hill, Seatrade House, 42-48 N. Station Rd., Colchester COl 1RB, tel: +44 206 45121; fax: +44 206 45190. Pacific Structural Steel Conference (PSSC) 1995: October 25-27, The Mandarin Hotel, Singapore. Contact: John S.Y. Tan, PSSC 1995, Fourth Pacific Structural Steel Conference, 150 Orchard Road, #07- 14, Orchard Plaza, Singapore 0923, tel: +65 7332922; fax: +65 2353530. Bermuda International Shipping Association (BISA) Conference: October 25-28, Sonesta Beach Hotel, Bermuda.

Contact: Carleen L. Kluss, International Marketing Strategies, 66 Field Pt. Rd., Greenwich, Conn. 06830, tel: (203) 622-4014; fax: (203) 622-1929.

Clean Gulf '95: October 1-November 1, Pontchartrain Center, Kenner, La.

Contact: Sean Guerre, sales manager, Penn Well Conferences & Exhibitions, 3050 Post OakBlvd., Suite 205, Houston, Texas 77056-6524, tel: (713) 963-6218; fax: (713) 963- 6284.

NOVEMBER Transportation Fatigue Symposium: November 1-2, Sheraton Premiere Hotel, Tysone Corner, Va.

Contact: National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) Office of Public Affairs, Washington, D.C. 20594; tel: (202) 382-0660; fax: (202) 382- 6609.

Small Craft Symposium: November 9-10, Great Lakes/Great Rivers Section, Ann Arbor, Mich.

Contact: SNAME, 601 Pavonia Ave., Jersey City, N.J. 07306, tel: (201) 798-4800, fax: (201) 798-4975.

American Petroleum Institute (API) Annual Meeting: November 12-13, Hyatt Regency, Houston, Texas.

Contact: API, 1220 L. Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20005, tel: (202) 662-8000; fax: (202) 682-8223.

International Oil and Gas Exhibition: November 13-16, Beijing, People's Republic of China. Contact: SPE, Office, 4 Mandeville PI., W1M 5LA, London, England, tel: +44 71487 4250; fax: +44 71487 4229.

International Meeting on Petroleum Engineering: November 14- 17, Beijing, P.R. of China. Contact: SPE, Office, 4 Mandeville PI., W1M 5LA, London, England, tel: +44 71487 4250; fax: +44 71487 4229.

Euro Port 95: November 14-18, Amsterdam RAI Congress Center, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Contact: Euro Port 95, Amsterdam RAI, P.O. Box 77777, 1070 MS Amsterdam, The Netherlands, tel: +3120 5491212; fax: +3120 6464469. Trans Marine Propulsion's 2nd Diesel Engine Propulsion Seminar: November 15-16, Seattle, Wash.

Contact: Terje Wennberg, Trans Marine Propulsion Systems, Inc., 4200 24th Ave. West, Seattle, Wash. 98199; tel: (206) 282-9142; fax: (203) 282-6514.

Pacific Fishing 95: November 16- 18, Seattle, Wash., Pier 48.

Contact:Bruce Buls, tel: (206) 789- 5333; fax: (206) 784-5545.




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