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NMHA Monmouth 350th Anchor Sponsors

NMHA thanks this group of committed and generous local maritime companies for providing the funds to make the Cruise of the Onrust a reality:

Martin & Ottaway Engineering or operational maritime problems? Since 1875 the maritime world has been calling Red Bank based Martin & Ottaway.

KPI-Bridge Oil You need ship’s fuel anywhere around the world? Call Red Bank, NJ based KPI-Bridge 24/7 and they’ll take care of you.

Bailey Refrigeration Is your banana boat coming in with broken reefer equipment? Call Bailey and they’ll hustle over to get the plant running again.

Sea Shipping North America You need to ship something weird to the end of the world? Call Red Bank, NJ based Sea Shipping and they’ll take care of it.

Condition Analyzing Corporation Worried about your rotating equipment aboard your ship anywhere around the world? Call Eatontown, NJ based CAC and they’ll send their techs over to figure out what is going on.

The Law Firm of Eugene McDonald Maritime Law is an ancient and very elegant legal specialty. Gene McDonald is the attorney who knows how to put Monmouth and Maritime Law together.

LMM Claims Service Freight forwarders and NVOCC's need insurance and claims need to be handled quickly. LLM Claims Service is the Matawan based North American claims manager for A.T.L.A.S.

Randive Sooner or later something needs to be taken care of by divers and that is when Randive gets called in. If it is underwater they do it; any time, day or night.

Goltens Engine problems anywhere around the world? Call Goltens and they’ll have their people on the way to fix the problem.

Donjon Marine Salvage, Dredging, Demolition, or Scrapping, Donjon Marine does it all and does it New Jersey fast. 

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Navesink Maritime Heritage Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to engaging Eastern Monmouth County with maritime and water related historical, skill building, environmental, and recreational activities, and encouraging responsible use of the Navesink estuary through its Discover, Engage, and Sustain approach

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