New Business for Marine Inland Fabricators

Tuesday, July 27, 1999
Marine Inland Fabricators, Panama City, Fla., has a full yard of new business. The company recently built the fourth Clydesdale pushboat for Smith Brothers, Inc., two of which were sold before they were even completed. Additionally, seven sectional barges were shipped to Vallejo, Calif., for set construction of a Batman and Robin water show. Four more sectionals are being built for a 100 x 24 ft. floating dock at the American Yacht Club, in Rye, N.Y. Palm Island Transit recently took delivery of its second ferry barge built by Marine Inland Fabricators. The ferry barge measured 77 x 24 ft., and the bow ramp is moved by hydraulic cylinders with power from the barge's pushboat. Currently under construction is a 55 x 24 ft. dredge tender for Manson Construction of Seattle, another Clydesdale for Modern Continental Construction Company, a Stallion pushboat for O'Quinn Marine, Beaufort, S.C., and the four sectional barges for the Yacht Club.
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