Inventory of U.S.-Flag Launch Barges, 20080-20082 [2011-8532]

Download as PDF srobinson on DSKHWCL6B1PROD with NOTICES 20080 Federal Register / Vol. 76, No. 69 / Monday, April 11, 2011 / Notices The first major research correlating past and future performance was done in England by Greenwood and Yule in 1920. Subsequent studies, building on that model, concluded that crash rates for the same individual exposed to certain risks for two different time periods vary only slightly (See Bates and Neyman, University of California Publications in Statistics, April 1952). Other studies demonstrated theories of predicting crash proneness from crash history coupled with other factors. These factors—such as age, sex, geographic location, mileage driven and conviction history—are used every day by insurance companies and motor vehicle bureaus to predict the probability of an individual experiencing future crashes (See Weber, Donald C., ‘‘Accident Rate Potential: An Application of Multiple Regression Analysis of a Poisson Process,’’ Journal of American Statistical Association, June 1971). A 1964 California Driver Record Study prepared by the California Department of Motor Vehicles concluded that the best overall crash predictor for both concurrent and nonconcurrent events is the number of single convictions. This study used 3 consecutive years of data, comparing the experiences of drivers in the first 2 years with their experiences in the final year. Applying principles from these studies to the past 3-year record of the 19 applicants, two of the applicants were convicted for a moving violation and none of the applicants were involved in a crash. All the applicants achieved a record of safety while driving with their vision impairment, demonstrating the likelihood that they have adapted their driving skills to accommodate their condition. As the applicants’ ample driving histories with their vision deficiencies are good predictors of future performance, FMCSA concludes their ability to drive safely can be projected into the future. We believe that the applicants’ intrastate driving experience and history provide an adequate basis for predicting their ability to drive safely in interstate commerce. Intrastate driving, like interstate operations, involves substantial driving on highways on the interstate system and on other roads built to interstate standards. Moreover, driving in congested urban areas exposes the driver to more pedestrian and vehicular traffic than exists on interstate highways. Faster reaction to traffic and traffic signals is generally required because distances between them are more compact. These conditions tax visual capacity and driver response just as intensely as interstate driving conditions. The VerDate Mar<15>2010 17:49 Apr 08, 2011 Jkt 223001 veteran drivers in this proceeding have operated CMVs safely under those conditions for at least 3 years, most for much longer. Their experience and driving records lead us to believe that each applicant is capable of operating in interstate commerce as safely as he/she has been performing in intrastate commerce. Consequently, FMCSA finds that exempting these applicants from the vision standard in 49 CFR 391.41(b)(10) is likely to achieve a level of safety equal to that existing without the exemption. For this reason, the Agency is granting the exemptions for the 2-year period allowed by 49 U.S.C. 31136(e) and 31315 to the 19 applicants listed in the notice of February 11, 2011 (76 FR 7894). We recognize that the vision of an applicant may change and affect his/her ability to operate a CMV as safely as in the past. As a condition of the exemption, therefore, FMCSA will impose requirements on the 19 individuals consistent with the grandfathering provisions applied to drivers who participated in the Agency’s vision waiver program. Those requirements are found at 49 CFR 391.64(b) and include the following: (1) That each individual be physically examined every year (a) by an ophthalmologist or optometrist who attests that the vision in the better eye continues to meet the standard in 49 CFR 391.41(b)(10), and (b) by a medical examiner who attests that the individual is otherwise physically qualified under 49 CFR 391.41; (2) that each individual provide a copy of the ophthalmologist’s or optometrist’s report to the medical examiner at the time of the annual medical examination; and (3) that each individual provide a copy of the annual medical certification to the employer for retention in the driver’s qualification file, or keep a copy in his/her driver’s qualification file if he/she is selfemployed. The driver must also have a copy of the certification when driving, for presentation to a duly authorized Federal, State, or local enforcement official. Discussion of Comments FMCSA received one comment in this proceeding. The comment was considered and discussed below. The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is in favor of granting a Federal vision exemption to James W. Hoover, George D. Ruth, and Ronald C. Wolfe. The Department indicated that they have reviewed the driving histories of these three applicants and have no objections to FMCSA granting them vision exemptions. PO 00000 Frm 00130 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 Conclusion Based upon its evaluation of the 19 exemption applications, FMCSA exempts, James L. Acree, Tracey M. Baucom, David L. Botkins, Richard D. Flaherty, Michael R. Holmes, James W. Hoover, Mark C. Jeffrey, Paul J. Jones, Pedro G. Limon, William G. Marshall, Timothy S. Moore, Kenneth H. Morris, Shelby V. Nicholson, Tracy J. Omeara, Gary W. Pope, George D. Ruth, Benjamin Stone, James H. Wallace, Sr., and Ronald C. Wolfe from the vision requirement in 49 CFR 391.41(b)(10), subject to the requirements cited above (49 CFR 391.64(b)). In accordance with 49 U.S.C. 31136(e) and 31315, each exemption will be valid for 2 years unless revoked earlier by FMCSA. The exemption will be revoked if: (1) The person fails to comply with the terms and conditions of the exemption; (2) the exemption has resulted in a lower level of safety than was maintained before it was granted; or (3) continuation of the exemption would not be consistent with the goals and objectives of 49 U.S.C. 31136 and 31315. If the exemption is still effective at the end of the 2-year period, the person may apply to FMCSA for a renewal under procedures in effect at that time. Issued on: March 31, 2011. Pamela M. Pelcovits, Director, Office of Policy, Plans and Regulations. [FR Doc. 2011–8562 Filed 4–8–11; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4910–EX–P DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Maritime Administration [Docket Number MARAD 2011 0030] Inventory of U.S.-Flag Launch Barges Maritime Administration, Department of Transportation. ACTION: Inventory of U.S.-Flag Launch Barges. AGENCY: The Maritime Administration is updating its inventory of U.S.-flag launch barges. Additions, changes and comments to the list are requested. Launch barge information may be found at http://www.marad.dot.gov/ ships_shipping_landing_page/ domestic_shipping/ launch_barge_program/ Launch_Barge_Program.htm. DATES: Any comments on this inventory should be submitted in writing to the contact person by May 11, 2011. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Joann Spittle, Office of Cargo Preference and Domestic Trade, Maritime SUMMARY: E:\FR\FM\11APN1.SGM 11APN1 20081 Federal Register / Vol. 76, No. 69 / Monday, April 11, 2011 / Notices Administration, MAR–730, 1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE., Washington, DC 20590. Telephone 202–366–5979; email: Joann.Spittle@dot.gov. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Pursuant to 46 CFR part 389 (Docket No. MARAD–2008–0045) Determination of Availability of Coastwise-Qualified Vessels for the Transportation of Platform Jackets, the Final Rule requires that the Maritime Administration publish a notice in the Federal Register requesting that owners or operators (or potential owners or operators) of coastwise qualified launch barges notify us of: received into any of our dockets by the name of the individual submitting the comment (or signing the comment, if submitted on behalf of an association, business, labor union, etc.). You may review DOT’s complete Privacy Act Statement in the Federal Register published on April 11, 2000 (Volume 65, Number 70; Pages 19477–78). (1) Their interest in participating in the transportation and, if needed, the launching or installation of offshore platform jackets; (2) the contact information for their company; and (3) the specifications of any currently owned or operated coastwise qualified launch barges or plans to construct same. In addition, we are also seeking information on non-coastwise qualified (U.S.-flag) launch barges as well. Dated: April 5, 2011. By Order of the Maritime Administrator. Murray Bloom, Acting Secretary, Maritime Administration. Privacy Act Anyone is able to search the electronic form of all comments REPORTED U.S.-FLAG LAUNCH BARGES [September 2010] srobinson on DSKHWCL6B1PROD with NOTICES Julie B ................................... Marty J .................................. Barge 455–3 ......................... Barge 400L ........................... Barge 500–1 ......................... Barge 410 ............................. 455 4 ..................................... 455 5 ..................................... 455 6 ..................................... 455 7 ..................................... 455 8 ..................................... 455 9 ..................................... MWB 403 .............................. H–851 ................................... H–114 ................................... H–122 ................................... H–541 ................................... H–627 ................................... McDermott Tidelands 021 .... McDermott Tidelands No. 012. McDermott Tidelands No. 014. McDermott Tidelands 020 .... McDermott Tidelands 021 .... INTERMAC 600 .................... MARMAC 400 ....................... MARMAC 300 ....................... MARMAC 22 ......................... MARMAC 21 ......................... MARMAC 20 ......................... MARMAC 19 ......................... MARMAC 18 ......................... MARMAC 17 ......................... MARMAC 16 ......................... MARMAC 15 ......................... MARMAC 12 ......................... MARMAC 11 ......................... MARMAC 9 ........................... COLUMBIA NORFOLK ......... FAITHFUL SERVANT ........... ATLANTA BRIDGE ............... BROOKLYN BRIDGE ........... CHARLOTTE BRIDGE ......... CHICAGO BRIDGE .............. MEMPHIS BRIDGE .............. Crowley Marine Services ...... Crowley Marine Services ...... Crowley Marine Services ...... Crowley Marine Services ...... Crowley Marine Services ...... Crowley Marine Services ...... Crowley Marine Services ...... Crowley Marine Services ...... Crowley Marine Services ...... Crowley Marine Services ...... Crowley Marine Services ...... Crowley Marine Services ...... HMC Leasing, Inc. ................ Heerema Shipping ................ Heerema Shipping ................ Heerema Shipping ................ Heerema Shipping ................ Heerema Shipping ................ J. Ray McDermott, Inc. ......... J. Ray McDermott, Inc. ......... 2008 2008 2008 1997 1982 1974 2009 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 1979 1987 1982 1978 2000 1978 1980 1973 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 853 525 400 540 580 240 240 130 105 105 100 105 99.5 105 105 105 105 105 105 105 206.7 137.8 100 138 160 72 72.2 23,600 19,226 19,226 19,646 16,397 12,035 19,226 19,226 19,226 19,226 19,226 19,226 16,322 128,452 39,226 16,788 41,067 51,829 4,700 4,217 23,100 18,766 18,766 19,146 15,897 11,535 18,766 18,766 18,766 18,766 18,766 18,766 6,800 60,000 25,000 5,500 20,500 26,000 2,200 4,000 X X X X X X X X X X X X X J. Ray McDermott, Inc. ......... 1973 240 72.2 4,217 4,000 X J. Ray McDermott, Inc. ......... J. Ray McDermott, Inc. ......... J. Ray McDermott, Inc. ......... McDonough Marine Service McDonough Marine Service McDonough Marine Service McDonough Marine Service McDonough Marine Service McDonough Marine Service McDonough Marine Service McDonough Marine Service McDonough Marine Service McDonough Marine Service McDonough Marine Service McDonough Marine Service McDonough Marine Service Moran Towing ....................... Puglia Engineering, Inc. ....... Trailer Bridge, Inc. ................ Trailer Bridge, Inc. ................ Trailer Bridge, Inc. ................ Trailer Bridge, Inc. ................ Trailer Bridge, Inc. ................ 1980 1981 1973 2001 1998 2003 2002 1999 1999 1998 1997 1995 1995 1994 1994 1993 1982 1979 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 240 240 500 400 300 260 260 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 329′ 31⁄2″ 492 402 402 402 402 402 72 72 120 99′-9″ 100 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 78 131 100 100 100 100 100 5,186 5,186 32,290 10,861 10,267 5,198 5,120 4,943 4,765 4,765 4,765 4,765 4,765 4,765 4,765 4,765 8,036 23,174 6,017 6,017 6,017 6,017 6,017 5,000 5,000 15,600 4,400 4,200 2,400 2,400 2,200 2,200 2,200 2,200 2,200 2,200 2,200 2,200 2,200 8,000 23,000 6,017 6,017 6,017 6,017 6,017 X X 17:49 Apr 08, 2011 Jkt 223001 PO 00000 Frm 00131 Fmt 4703 Length (ft.) Sfmt 4703 Beam (ft.) E:\FR\FM\11APN1.SGM DWT (L.T.) Coastwise qualified Owner VerDate Mar<15>2010 Built Approx launch capacity (L.T.) Vessel name 11APN1 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 20082 Federal Register / Vol. 76, No. 69 / Monday, April 11, 2011 / Notices [FR Doc. 2011–8532 Filed 4–8–11; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4910–81–P DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION National Highway Traffic Safety Administration [Docket No. NHTSA–2011–0006] Koenigsegg Automotive AB; Morgan Motor Company Limited; Receipt of Applications for Renewals of Temporary Exemptions From the Advanced Air Bag Requirements of FMVSS No. 208 National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Department of Transportation (DOT). ACTION: Notice of receipt of applications for renewals of temporary exemptions and request for comments. AGENCY: In accordance with the procedures in 49 CFR Part 555, Koenigsegg Automotive AB Koenigsegg’’) and Morgan Motor Company Limited (‘‘Morgan’’) have petitioned the agency for renewals of temporary exemption from advanced air bag requirements of FMVSS No. 208, ‘‘Occupant crash protection.’’The basis for each application is that compliance would cause substantial economic hardship to a manufacturer that has tried in good faith to comply with the standard. This notice of receipt of applications for renewal of temporary exemptions is published in accordance with the statutory provisions of 49 U.S.C. 30113(b)(2). Please note that we are publishing together the notice of receipt of the two applications for renewal to ensure efficient use of agency resources and to facilitate processing of the applications. NHTSA has made no judgments on the merits of each application. NHTSA will consider each application separately. We ask that commenters also consider each application separately and submit comments specific to individual applications. SUMMARY: Comments must be received on or before May 11, 2011. ADDRESSES: You may submit comments to the docket number identified in the heading of this document by any of the following methods: • Federal eRulemaking Portal: Go to http://www.regulations.gov. Follow the online instructions for submitting comments. • Mail: Docket Management Facility, M–30, U.S. Department of Transportation, West Building, Ground srobinson on DSKHWCL6B1PROD with NOTICES DATES: VerDate Mar<15>2010 17:49 Apr 08, 2011 Jkt 223001 Floor, Rm. W12–140, 1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE., Washington, DC 20590. • Hand Delivery or Courier: West Building Ground Floor, Room W12–140, 1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE., between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Eastern Time, Monday through Friday, except Federal holidays. • Fax: (202) 493–2251. Regardless of how you submit your comments, you should mention the docket number of this document. You may call the Docket at 202–366– 9324. Instructions: For detailed instructions on submitting comments and additional information on the rulemaking process, see the Public Participation heading of the Supplementary Information section of this document. Note that all comments received will be posted without change to http:// www.regulations.gov, including any personal information provided. Please see the Privacy Act discussion below. Privacy Act: Anyone is able to search the electronic form of all comments received into any of our dockets by the name of the individual submitting the comment (or signing the comment, if submitted on behalf of an association, business, labor union, etc.). You may review DOT’s complete Privacy Act Statement in the Federal Register published on April 11, 2000 (65 FR 19477–78). We shall consider all comments received before the close of business on the comment closing date indicated below. To the extent possible, we shall also consider comments filed after the closing date. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Ms. Dorothy Nakama, Office of the Chief Counsel, NCC–112, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 1200 New Jersey Ave., SE., Washington, DC 20590. Telephone: (202) 366–2992; Fax: (202) 366–3820. I. Advanced Air Bag Requirements and Small Volume Manufacturers In 2000, NHTSA upgraded the requirements for air bags in passenger cars and light trucks, requiring what are commonly known as ‘‘advanced air bags.’’ 1 The upgrade was designed to meet the goals of improving protection for occupants of all sizes, belted and unbelted, in moderate-to-high-speed crashes, and of minimizing the risks posed by air bags to infants, children, and other occupants, especially in lowspeed crashes. The rule accomplished this by establishing new test requirements and injury criteria and specifying the use of an entire family of 1 See 65 FR 30680 (May 12, 2000) (Docket No. NHTSA–2000–7013). PO 00000 Frm 00132 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 test dummies: the then-existing dummy representing 50th percentile adult males, and new dummies representing 5th percentile adult females, 6-year-old children, 3-year-old children, and 1-year-old infants. The advanced air bag requirements were a culmination of a comprehensive plan that the agency announced in 1996 to address the adverse effects of air bags. This plan also included an extensive consumer education program to encourage the placement of children in rear seats. The new requirements were phased in beginning with the 2004 model year. Small volume manufacturers (i.e., original vehicle manufacturers producing or assembling fewer than 5,000 vehicles annually for sale in the United States) were not subject to the advanced air bag requirements until September 1, 2006. In recent years, NHTSA has addressed a number of petitions for exemption from the advanced air bag requirements of FMVSS No. 208. The majority of these requests have come from small manufacturers which have petitioned on the basis of substantial economic hardship to a manufacturer that has tried in good faith to comply with the standard. Although NHTSA has granted a number of these petitions in situations where the manufacturer is supplying standard air bags in lieu of advanced air bags,2 NHTSA is considering (1) whether it is in the public interest to continue to grant such petitions, particularly in the same manner as in the past, given the number of years these requirements have now been in effect and the benefits of advanced air bags, and (2) to the extent such petitions are granted, what plans and countermeasures to protect child and infant occupants, short of compliance with the advanced air bags, should be expected. Given the passage of time since the advanced air bag requirements were established and have been implemented, and in light of the benefits of advanced air bags, NHTSA is considering whether it is in the public interest to continue to grant exemptions from these requirements, particularly in the same manner as in the past. The costs of compliance with the advanced air bag requirements of FMVSS No. 208 are costs that all entrants to the U.S. automobile marketplace should expect to bear. Furthermore, NHTSA understands that, in contrast to the 2 See, e.g., grant of petition to Panoz, 72 FR 28759 (May 22, 2007), or grant of petition to Koenigsegg, 72 FR 17608 (April 9, 2007). E:\FR\FM\11APN1.SGM 11APN1

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DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

Maritime Administration

[Docket Number MARAD 2011 0030]


Inventory of U.S.-Flag Launch Barges

AGENCY: Maritime Administration, Department of Transportation.

ACTION: Inventory of U.S.-Flag Launch Barges.

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SUMMARY: The Maritime Administration is updating its inventory of U.S.-
flag launch barges. Additions, changes and comments to the list are 
requested. Launch barge information may be found at http://www.marad.dot.gov/ships_shipping_landing_page/domestic_shipping/launch_barge_program/Launch_Barge_Program.htm.

DATES: Any comments on this inventory should be submitted in writing to 
the contact person by May 11, 2011.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Joann Spittle, Office of Cargo 
Preference and Domestic Trade, Maritime

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Administration, MAR-730, 1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE., Washington, DC 
20590. Telephone 202-366-5979; e-mail: Joann.Spittle@dot.gov.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Pursuant to 46 CFR part 389 (Docket No. 
MARAD-2008-0045) Determination of Availability of Coastwise-Qualified 
Vessels for the Transportation of Platform Jackets, the Final Rule 
requires that the Maritime Administration publish a notice in the 
Federal Register requesting that owners or operators (or potential 
owners or operators) of coastwise qualified launch barges notify us of:
    (1) Their interest in participating in the transportation and, if 
needed, the launching or installation of offshore platform jackets; (2) 
the contact information for their company; and (3) the specifications 
of any currently owned or operated coastwise qualified launch barges or 
plans to construct same.
    In addition, we are also seeking information on non-coastwise 
qualified (U.S.-flag) launch barges as well.

Privacy Act

    Anyone is able to search the electronic form of all comments 
received into any of our dockets by the name of the individual 
submitting the comment (or signing the comment, if submitted on behalf 
of an association, business, labor union, etc.). You may review DOT's 
complete Privacy Act Statement in the Federal Register published on 
April 11, 2000 (Volume 65, Number 70; Pages 19477-78).

    Dated: April 5, 2011.

    By Order of the Maritime Administrator.
Murray Bloom,
Acting Secretary, Maritime Administration.

                                                            Reported U.S.-Flag Launch Barges
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                                                                                           Length                                 launch      Coastwise
                 Vessel name                               Owner                Built      (ft.)      Beam (ft.)   DWT (L.T.)    capacity     qualified
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Julie B.....................................  Crowley Marine Services........     2008          400          130       23,600       23,100            X
Marty J.....................................  Crowley Marine Services........     2008          400          105       19,226       18,766            X
Barge 455-3.................................  Crowley Marine Services........     2008          400          105       19,226       18,766            X
Barge 400L..................................  Crowley Marine Services........     1997          400          100       19,646       19,146            X
Barge 500-1.................................  Crowley Marine Services........     1982          400          105       16,397       15,897            X
Barge 410...................................  Crowley Marine Services........     1974          400         99.5       12,035       11,535            X
455 4.......................................  Crowley Marine Services........     2009          400          105       19,226       18,766            X
455 5.......................................  Crowley Marine Services........     2009          400          105       19,226       18,766            X
455 6.......................................  Crowley Marine Services........     2009          400          105       19,226       18,766            X
455 7.......................................  Crowley Marine Services........     2009          400          105       19,226       18,766            X
455 8.......................................  Crowley Marine Services........     2010          400          105       19,226       18,766            X
455 9.......................................  Crowley Marine Services........     2010          400          105       19,226       18,766            X
MWB 403.....................................  HMC Leasing, Inc...............     1979          400          105       16,322        6,800            X
H-851.......................................  Heerema Shipping...............     1987          853        206.7      128,452       60,000
H-114.......................................  Heerema Shipping...............     1982          525        137.8       39,226       25,000
H-122.......................................  Heerema Shipping...............     1978          400          100       16,788        5,500
H-541.......................................  Heerema Shipping...............     2000          540          138       41,067       20,500
H-627.......................................  Heerema Shipping...............     1978          580          160       51,829       26,000
McDermott Tidelands 021.....................  J. Ray McDermott, Inc..........     1980          240           72        4,700        2,200            X
McDermott Tidelands No. 012.................  J. Ray McDermott, Inc..........     1973          240         72.2        4,217        4,000            X
McDermott Tidelands No. 014.................  J. Ray McDermott, Inc..........     1973          240         72.2        4,217        4,000            X
McDermott Tidelands 020.....................  J. Ray McDermott, Inc..........     1980          240           72        5,186        5,000            X
McDermott Tidelands 021.....................  J. Ray McDermott, Inc..........     1981          240           72        5,186        5,000            X
INTERMAC 600................................  J. Ray McDermott, Inc..........     1973          500          120       32,290       15,600
MARMAC 400..................................  McDonough Marine Service.......     2001          400      99'-9''       10,861        4,400            X
MARMAC 300..................................  McDonough Marine Service.......     1998          300          100       10,267        4,200            X
MARMAC 22...................................  McDonough Marine Service.......     2003          260           72        5,198        2,400            X
MARMAC 21...................................  McDonough Marine Service.......     2002          260           72        5,120        2,400            X
MARMAC 20...................................  McDonough Marine Service.......     1999          250           72        4,943        2,200            X
MARMAC 19...................................  McDonough Marine Service.......     1999          250           72        4,765        2,200            X
MARMAC 18...................................  McDonough Marine Service.......     1998          250           72        4,765        2,200            X
MARMAC 17...................................  McDonough Marine Service.......     1997          250           72        4,765        2,200            X
MARMAC 16...................................  McDonough Marine Service.......     1995          250           72        4,765        2,200            X
MARMAC 15...................................  McDonough Marine Service.......     1995          250           72        4,765        2,200            X
MARMAC 12...................................  McDonough Marine Service.......     1994          250           72        4,765        2,200            X
MARMAC 11...................................  McDonough Marine Service.......     1994          250           72        4,765        2,200            X
MARMAC 9....................................  McDonough Marine Service.......     1993          250           72        4,765        2,200            X
COLUMBIA NORFOLK............................  Moran Towing...................     1982    329' 3\1/           78        8,036        8,000            X
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FAITHFUL SERVANT............................  Puglia Engineering, Inc........     1979          492          131       23,174       23,000
ATLANTA BRIDGE..............................  Trailer Bridge, Inc............     1998          402          100        6,017        6,017            X
BROOKLYN BRIDGE.............................  Trailer Bridge, Inc............     1998          402          100        6,017        6,017            X
CHARLOTTE BRIDGE............................  Trailer Bridge, Inc............     1998          402          100        6,017        6,017            X
CHICAGO BRIDGE..............................  Trailer Bridge, Inc............     1998          402          100        6,017        6,017            X
MEMPHIS BRIDGE..............................  Trailer Bridge, Inc............     1998          402          100        6,017        6,017            X
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