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MM&P crewed tug.Warrior running off Point Barrow, Alaska in oil pipeline and Sealift supply operation to Prudhoe Bay.

This is MM&P Country. Square-riggers that brought the "49ers" up' from the Isthmus to the gold fields of California , deep-laden lumber schooners , puffing stern wheeled steam tugs , all make up the rich seafaring tradition of our nation's west coast Today, skilled members of the MM&P Pacific Maritime Region Group continue to keep the area's vital waterborne trade "on the move" from Mexico to Canada and Alaska and Wood chip burning Columbia River log towboat of the 1920s. ; throughout the Pacific Ocean. These union seamen (and women too) include San Francisco inland pilots, licensed deck and engineer officers, and also unlicensed personnel on harbor and world-ranging . ocean tugs , excursion boats , Washington State super-ferries and Alaska highspeed passenger ferries , th_e largest passengercarrying vessels in the U.S. 'lneq;;hant marine. •'" .... ...

ROBERT J. LOWEN

LLOYD M. MARTIN lntecnational Secretary- Treasurer

International Presiden.t

·:.,,DAVE A. BOYLE

ALLEN C. SCOTT lnterQational Executive Vice President

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Vice. f>resident, PMR

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-Masters, Mates & Pilots 39 Broadway, New York , N.Y. 10006/(212) 425-3860 / Cable: BRIDG.EDECK / Telex No.: 12-5858

Sea History 019 - Winter 1980-1981  

8 WA VERTREE TO WINDWARD, Peter Stanford • 13 WAVERTREE MEMORIES, Captain James E. Roberts • 17 THE SHIP SAVERS: THE SHIP TRUST MOVEMENT • 1...

Sea History 019 - Winter 1980-1981  

8 WA VERTREE TO WINDWARD, Peter Stanford • 13 WAVERTREE MEMORIES, Captain James E. Roberts • 17 THE SHIP SAVERS: THE SHIP TRUST MOVEMENT • 1...

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