St. Johns Ship Building Landing Craft Contract

Thursday, March 25, 2010
Photo courtesy St. Johns Ship Building, Inc.

St. Johns Ship Building, Inc was awarded contract to construct a 190-ft Landing Craft for G & G Shipping out of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.  This will be the fifth vessel of its fleet which joins others built by St. Johns.  The vessel designed by Frank Basile of Entech and Associates, Inc. Houma, La.

The Landing Craft will be equipped with twin CAT 3412 Engines approx 720 hp each and have an open deck space of 6,600 sq ft with capacity to carry 600 Tons roll on roll off cargo. Its’ shallow draft and ramped bow allows for easy access to unimproved beaches and shores.  The Landing Craft is scheduled to deliver November 2010.

St. Johns Ship Building is a new construction and marine repair facility that specializes in steel and aluminum vessel construction, repair and refit. The yard has a history of constructing steel workboats including: double hulled fuel barges, offshore service vessels, utility vessels and commercial landing crafts.

St. John Ship Building’s 98 acre facility is located along the St. Johns River, 68 miles southwest of Jacksonville in Palatka, Fla. The yard is equipped with an 800-ton dry dock, 900-ft of bulkhead waterfront, a 400-ft launch basin, complete fabrication shop, electrical and carpentry shops. St Johns Ship Building has established a reputation for quality workmanship and is committed to developing life long customer relationships.

(www.stjohnsshipbuilding.com)

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