Intracoastal Builds Another Lugger

Thursday, May 01, 2008

Intracoastal Iron Works, Inc. of Bourg, will deliver another of their popular 72.5 x 28-ft. lugger-type boats this June with one more to follow in September. The boats are powered by a pair of 600 hp Cummins KTA19 main engines turning into Twindisc 5170 gears.
Owners of the handy inshore vessel will be G.O.L. (Gulf Offshore Logistics). The 1200 hp tug will have 28 x 32-ft. of clear deck space forward. The model bow is set with a pair of push knees.

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