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Reference Number5168
Vessel TypeBarge & Landing Craft
Built ByEast Boston, MA, USA
Year Built1985
LOA15.85 m
Beam6.1 m
Draft1.22 m
Construction DetailsVessel is an all welded steel tank barge of approximately 33,000 US Gallons (797 Barrels) capacity.

There are eight (8) internal compartment tanks. The tanks are divided by a centerline longitudinal bulkhead and three (3) transverse oil tight bulkheads. The two (2)forward rake tanks, port and stbd, are void tanks. There are four (4) mid-body product tanks and two (2) aft void tanks, port and stbd.

The barge is currently certified to carry grade B or lower cargos in bulk, with a listed capacity of 797 barrels (approximately 33,474 US gallons) in four (4) mid-body product tanks.

The barge was last hauled in the summer of 2013. The bottom was reportedly cleaned and re-coated with anti-fouling paint. The cargo tanks were inspected in March 2013 (during audio gauging) and found to be clean and dry with no scaling or deterioration noted.

The vessel is all welded steel, with parallel straight sides, square cut stern and flat bottom with raked plating at the bow. The head log and stern are parallel to hard corners and the vessel has a flat deck without sheer. This barge is non-self propelled and without accommodations.

Survey and audio gauge reports can be available by request.
Auxiliary EngineDetroit 2/71 Hydraulic Pump-off engine - drives a hydraulic pump which can pump off of either end of the barge.
The engine is fully enclosed with dry vertical exhaust.
This engine is serviced by a 90 gallon cylindrical fuel tank mounted on deck.
OtherSAFETY EQUIPMENT - All US Coast Guard Required

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