Ships of the Sea Organization, 1967 to 1975

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Ships of the Sea Organization, 1967 to 1975
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Topic Ships of the Sea OrgAbbreviation for Sea Organization. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976)., 1967 to 1975
Author Howard Dickman
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The Sea Organization

The Sea Organization (Sea OrgAbbreviation for Sea Organization. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976).) came into existence on August 12, 1967[1]. As the name implies, this fraternal organization operated off of ships, around Europe/North Africa and on the west coast of the United States. The Sea OrgAbbreviation for Sea Organization. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976). operated off of the following ships until 1975; at which time the Sea OrgAbbreviation for Sea Organization. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976). sold all the ships and became land based.

Europe/North Africa

The ships that operated around Europe/North Africa were;

  1. Apollo (originally known as the Royal Scotman)[2]
    • Length 340'
    • Beam 48'
  2. Athena (originally known as the Avon River)[2]
    • Length 145' 4"
    • Beam 26' 1"
  3. Commodore Queen[3]
    • Length 150'
  4. Diana (originally known as the Enchanter)[2]
  5. Kastelholm[3]
  6. Nkambi[3]
    • Length 20'

The west coast of the United States

The ships that operated off of the west coast of the United States were;

  1. Aries (originally known as the Bluefin[4])[3]
    • Length 65'
  2. Bolivar (originally known as the Grinnel)[3]
    • Length 173' 8"
    • Beam 23'
  3. Excalibur (originally known as the Asia)[3]
    • Length 184' 6"
    • Beam 33' 1"
  4. Neptune[3]

    Notes

  1. ^ Hubbard, L. Ron. Flag OrderThis is the equivalent to a policy letter in the Sea Org. Contains policy and sea technical materials. (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R) #1. Church of Scientology. 12 August 1967
  2. ^ a b c Hubbard, L. Ron. Welcome to the Sea OrgAbbreviation for Sea Organization. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976). Course, Sea Organization Product Zero, Glossary. Church of Scientology. 1990
  3. ^ a b c d e f g Hubbard, L. Ron. Modern Management Technology Defined, Church of Scientology of California, Publications Organization, United Sates. 1976
  4. ^ Hubbard, L. Ron. AOLAAdvanced Organization Los Angeles. Delivers OT levels I-V and the Class VIII course. Good News Letter. Church of Scientology. January 1969
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