Jun. 06, 1965 - New Supply Vessel To Service North Sea Oil Rig: Continental Oil Company of England, the North Sea exploration subsidiary of Continental Oil Company, has chartered the newly built ''Smit-Lloyd I''. A feature of this vessel is her bridge control, which has the most advanced system of automation for this type of vessel as the engines, bow thruster, fore and aft anchor winches are directly operated from there. Photo shows The Smit-Lloyd I pictured at Tower Stairs, Upper Pool of London, today.

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Jun. 06, 1965 - New Supply Vessel To Service North Sea Oil Rig: Continental Oil Company of England, the North Sea exploration subsidiary of Continental Oil Company, has chartered the newly built ''Smit-Lloyd I''. A feature of this vessel is her bridge control, which has the most advanced system of automation for this type of vessel as the engines, bow thruster, fore and aft anchor winches are directly operated from there. Photo shows The Smit-Lloyd I pictured at Tower Stairs, Upper Pool of London, today.
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Jun. 06, 1965 - New Supply Vessel To Service North Sea Oil Rig: Continental Oil Company of England, the North Sea exploration subsidiary of Continental Oil Company, has chartered the newly built ''Smit-Lloyd I''. A feature of this vessel is her bridge control, which has the most advanced system of automation for this type of vessel as the engines, bow thruster, fore and aft anchor winches are directly operated from there. Photo shows The Smit-Lloyd I pictured at Tower Stairs, Upper Pool of London, today. (Credit Image: Keystone Pictures USA/ZUMAPRESS)