Fishing Boat Built with Cummins Engines

Tuesday, July 27, 1999
A.F.Theraiult of Meteghan River, Nova Scotia is building a 99.1-ft. steel fishing boat for Capt. Wesley Hennebery of Ivy Fisheries. To be powered by a Cummins KTA38 M1 main engine rated to 1,000 hp at 1,800 rpm, the boat will be rigged for harpooning, longlining and trawling. The main engine will drive through a ZF BW361 gear with a 6.16:1 ratio. Electrical power will be supplied by a 70 kW gen set powered by a Cummins 6BT 5.9 G2m engine. Engines for the boat will deliver this September with the vessel delivery scheduled for early in 2000.

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