Deutz to Repower for Hydrolines

Friday, November 12, 1999
Deutz Canada has received an order for two TBD 620 V12 to repower Hydrolines catamaran Express II, operated by Seastreak. Rated at continuous output of 2,072-hp at 1,800 rpm, the engines drive fixed pitch propellers. Hydrolines also repowered Express I this May with a pair of TBD 620 V12. In conjunction with Seastreak, the company has awarded Deutz Canada the contract to repower its second vessel.
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