Blount-Barker Signs Contract for Whale Watch Catamaran

Thursday, June 27, 2002
Blount-Barker Shipbuilding signed a contract with a B.B.O., LLC of Portsmouth, New Hampshire for the construction of a 124 ft. Whale Watch Catamaran for operation in Bar Harbor, Maine. The vessel designed by Crowther Multihulls of Sydney, Australia will operate both seasonal whale watch tours and high-speed commuter service. The 124 ft. x 36 ft. catamaran designed with a main, mid and upper deck will accommodate 444 passengers at a loaded operating speed of 40 knots. The vessel’s structure will be designed to DNV Rules and Regulations for the classification of high-speed light craft and built to U.S. Coast Guard Subchapter K Rules and Regulations. The all-welded aluminum catamaran will be powered by four Cummins KTA50-M2 engines, 1,800 HP at 1,900 RPM with ZF 4600D reverse gears driving four Hamilton HM651 Jets.
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