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LLOYD McCAFFERY

24 gun ship BOSlDN, 1748.

Scale 16' = I''.

Overal l length 11 ' .

Box 954 Westbrook , Ct. 06498

On April 23, 1838. the wooden-hulled paddle steamer SIR IU S arrived at New York , re sponsible for starting the first North Atlantic steamship service , heralding a new era.

On April 25, 1981, we, the men and women comprising the SIRIUS crew of today, moved across the East River and settled into our own and permanent berth alongside this historic shore. Please note our new address and communications numbers below.

Capt . Wolf Spille, President

212-330-1817

TANKER DEPARTMENT:

S IRIUS HOUSE - 76 Montague Street Brooklyn Heigh ts, New York 11201 Telephone: (212) 330-1800 Cable: .. SIRIUS NEWYORK" lnt'I Telex: TA T 177881 / ITT 422871 / ACA225111 Domestic Telex: WU 126758/645934/ TWX 710 -584-2207

SEA HISlDRY, WINTER 1983

Theo Theocharides, V.P. Ed Willis Hugh Bellas-Simpson

212-330-1810 212-330-1812 212-330-1806

DRY CARGO DEPARTMENT: James A . Bergonzi , V.P. Phil Romano

212·330·1843 212·330·1845

OPERATIONS AND RESEARCH: Capt . Arnaldo Tassinari, V.P.

212-330-1830

Janet Forti FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION: Jose Fiorenzano, V.P.

212·330-1833 212-330-1835

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