T&T Bisso Salvages Miss Janice

Wednesday, December 31, 2008

T&T Bisso has successfully salvaged the 72 ft 1600 hp vessel, Miss Janice, which recently sank in the Port of New Orleans in the Mississippi River.  T&T Bisso was contracted by owner’s representatives to immediately respond to stabilize the fuel and lube oil then remove the vessel from the busy ship channel where it sank in 85 ft of high current, zero visibility water.  T&T Bisso used its own divers and the Gulf of Mexico based 600t capacity D/B Lili Bisso to lift the 375t vessel.

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