Miclyn Express Offshore Takes Delivery

Tuesday, September 02, 2008
photo courtesy of Penguin Shipyard International Ltd.

Following on the delivery of three 120-ft. (36-meter) crew boats in 2007 and early 2008, Miclyn Express Offshore has taken delivery of the Express 61. This 90-passenger crew boat is the fourth of the consecutively named Panamanian-registered vessels among the firm’s fleet.  The Express 61, like itssisters, is powered by three 1350 hp Cummins KTA38 M2 main engines turning into Twin Disc MGX6690DC gears. With a total of 4050  hp, the BV-classed boats have a 21-knot cruising speed and a 26-knot maximum speed. Auxiliary power includes two Cummins 6BT5.9 DM powered generators.

 

As were the earlier deliveries, the latest boat was built by Penguin Shipyard International Pte. Ltd. in their shipyard.

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