Push Boat for Sale

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

A river and bay push boat built for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has been posted for immediate sale. The vessel features include:
•    Complete rebuild 2006
•    Regularly dry-docked and serviced
•    Good working condition 2009
•    47 ft long x 17 ft wide
•    Weight: 44 tons
•    Two 300HP Cummins NT855 Diesel Engines
•    Two 4-blade, 34 inch diameter brass props
•    750 gallon fuel capacity
•    Complete overhaul 2006: one engine rebuilt by Cummins dealer
•    New diesel gen-set installed
•    New batteries 2008
•    Built 1970 for Grafton Boats for US Army Corps of Engineers
•    Current location Delaware, USA
Sales Price: $335,000 Ex-works Site

For more information, contact: rmanning@dredge.com

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