Baltimore Marine Industries Awarded Various Contracts

Friday, September 24, 1999
Baltimore Marine Industries (BMI) has been granted several new contracts for ship work, including one valued at more than $2 million for the drydocking and maintenance of USNS Butte, an ammunition ship from the U.S. Navy's Military Sealift command fleet. An agreement worth more than $500,000 for the drydocking and maintenance of Carnival Cruise Line's MS Imagination will also be performed by BMI, as well as a $3 million deal for the drydocking and overhaul of USNS Kanawha, a Military Sealift Command fleet oiler, which will arrive at the Yard on November 5. Princess Cruise Lines' MS Royal Princess is due in at the Yard on November 6 to undergo $1 million worth of drydocking and maintenance. BMI also signed a contract with Maersk Line Limited for the drydocking and maintenance of the Maritime Prepositioning Ship (MPS) M/V CPL. Louis J. Hauge. Arriving at the yard on December 27, the contract also provides for similar work on each of three additional MPS vessels.

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