Vessels: Sea Horse Marine To Take L/B Donny Paul

Monday, November 24, 2003

Following on the success of the lift boat, Alex Scott, that they had build at Bollinger Shipyard last year, Sea Horse Marine Inc. of Lockport, La., will be taking delivery of a sister ship this December.

The 131x77-ft. L/B Donny Paul has a molded depth of 10 ft. and provides 3,500 sq. ft. of open deck space. The accommodations are equipped to house and feed up to 31 people in the work crew with a 5-person boat crew.


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