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Dutch Harbor amenities.

Dutch Harbor Amenities. SeaLand Service added Dutch Harbor to its linehaul route serving Anchorage and Kodiak. The firm's 710-foot S/L Kodiak now calls weekly, replacing service by a chartered tug and barge.

Sea-land also is participating in a $6 million Unalaska/Dutch Harbor dock expansion project with the city and Petro Marine Services. In addition to extending the dock to almost 800 feet, the project will include the installation of dolphin piers, yard lights, crane rails and a container crane. Completion is expected in mid-1991.
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Title Annotation:Alaska Business Briefs: Transportation; Dutch Harbor, Alaska
Publication:Alaska Business Monthly
Date:Dec 1, 1990
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