Moran To Launch Pushboat

Monday, June 25, 2007
Around the end of June Moran Towing Corp. of New Canaan, Connecticut will launch the Lisa Moran, a new triple screw push boat at the C&G Boatworks yard in Mobile Alabama. This will be the third push boat in the extensive and varied Moran fleet. The firm’s two existing pushboats were repowered with Cummins engines earlier this year. Three Cummins KTA38 M0 mains, each one producing 850 hp at 1800 rpm, will power the 77 x 30-ft. Lisa Moran. Each engine will turn into ZF model W3310 marine gears with 5:1 reduction and five-inch diameter Aquamet 17 shafts. The hull has a molded depth of ten feet six inches. Accommodations are designed for a crew of eight. Tankage includes 30,000 gallons of fuel, 5,000 gallons of water and 165 gallons of lube oil. The boat will be fitted with a Markey TYS-24 towing winch and 65 ton Nabrico deck winches.

The Lisa Moran’s main engines were furnished by Cummins Power Systems out of Baltimore and up fitted by Cummins Mid-South L.L.C. for delivery to C&G Boatworks. Cummins Mid-South is the distributor of Cummins and Onan products for Arkansas, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Eastern Missouri, Southern Illinois, the panhandle of Florida, and western Tennessee.

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