News: Cross Group Expands Its Rental Horizons

Wednesday, September 03, 2003

Cross Maritime announced the availability of the Multi-Purpose Barge, The Cross Mar-14. The ABS classed barge is 250 x 72 x 16-ft. with accommodations for 60 persons, a 4/6 point mooring system, 300-ton crawler crane, and helicopter deck. The versatility of this barge allows it to be used in many applications including dive support, construction and salvage projects.

The barge will also be used to transport sub-sea packages and perform wet hand offs to installation vessels in the field. Construction is being completed at The Cross Group Facility in Houma, La. The Cross Mar-14 will be available for long and short-term rental contracts August 15, 2003.

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