Quality Shipyards Launches Terrel Tide

Wednesday, January 14, 2009
On Friday, January 9, 2009, Quality shipyards launched its Hull 1271, the M/V Terrel Tide, a 266 ft by 56 ft by 19 ft 6 inch Offshore Oilfield Supply Vessel. The M/V Terrel Tide is being constructed for Tidewater Marine and is named for Terrel Hebert, Vice President of Production and a 38 year veteran of Quality Shipyards.
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