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• The Maritime Administration approved an application by Triton Industries, a British Virgin Islands corporation, to transfer ownership of the Liberian drilling unit Sedco 703 to Sedco Forex International Drilling, Inc., a Panamanian corporation, without change in Liberian registry. The ship was built in 1974 in Avondale, La.

• Freela, Inc., of Miami, Fla., has filed an application with MarAd to sell two deck barges—M 571 and M 572. The proposed purchaser is Irvin Nadan Dewdath, Paramiribo, Suriname. The 3,300-dwt barges were both built in 1969 in Harvey, La.

• MarAd has issued its 1993 survey of U.S. shipbuilding and repair facilities. The survey was required by law primarily for use in determining whether an adequate mobilization base exists for national de fense and for use in a national emergency. The survey provides a database that is used to evaluate the feasibility of proposed shipbuilding programs. Determinations are made as to which existing shipyards might construct proposed ships consistent with ship size and delivery date requirements. The Report on Survey of U.S. Shipbuilding and Repair Facilities for 1993 may be obtained from MarAd's Office of External Affairs, room 7219; tel: (202) 366-5807.




Shipbuilding / Vessel Construction History

American Shipbuilding Issociation
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BUYING INTO THE FUTURE
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CVN-76: BEYOND VIRGINIA
Detroit Diesel Computer System To Control Engines On Gladding-Hearn Built Research Vessel
Expansion Via Acquisition
Gladding-Hearn Builds Whale-Watching Cat
Industry Leaders Meet To Discuss Maritime Policy, Commercialization
Kockums To Launch New Generation Of Shipbuilding Systems
Kvaerner, Daewoo Calling It Quits In Shipbuilding Businesses
Lake Shore A Military and Commercial Institution Evolves
Mapping The Future Of Design
MarAd News Title XI
McDermott, Shipbuilding Ventures Inc. Sign Agreement To Build Product Carriers In U.S.
Navy's Newest Amphibious Assault Ship Commissioned At Ingalls
New facility broadens Dutch yard's scope
Newport News One Of Two Finalists For Sabine Double- Hull Refit Contracts
NNS To Develop Construction, Repair Facility In UAE
Norwegicm Innovation Sburs Commercial Success
PHOENIX WORLD CITY Landmark Passenger Ship Intends To Boost U.S. Maritime Industry Into International Commercial Competition
Royal Schelde Expands Commercial Work
South Korean Curbs On Shipbuilding To End Amid Controversy
That's The Way It Is
The Future Of American Shipbuilding
U.S. Named Official Partner Country At SMM '96
Vickers Shipbuilding Upgrades Software Capability
World Orderbook Up Slightly
World Shipbuilding Associations Address Commercial Fleet Safety
 
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