Harvey Gulf International Delivers M/V Harvey Thunder

Friday, January 25, 2002
Harvey Gulf International Marine, Inc., announces the delivery of their second new 13,500 hp class offshore tug, the M/V “Harvey Thunder.” This state-of-the-art-towing vessel is equipped with a 500 hp bow thruster for improved station keeping capabilities while working with semi-submersible drilling rigs. Harvey Gulf presently has the M/V “Harvey War Horse” under construction, which is a 16,000 hp class anchor handling/towing vessel slated for delivery by March 15, 2002.
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