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Bollinger Delivers Supply Boat to Tidewater

February 10, 2004

Bollinger Shipyards, Inc., Lockport, La., has delivered the Jonathan Rozier, the third of four 207-ft., 4,750 BHP supply boats to Tidewater, Inc., New Orleans, La. It follows the recent delivery of the Lousteau Tide and Deville Tide, of Bollinger’s new 220 class offshore support vessels (OSV), designed for Tidewater by Bollinger. The fourth vessel, BOURGEOIS TIDE will be delivered in April of 2004. The boats are part of Bollinger’s 220 Class OSVs that are designed to provide greater cargo capacities, more versatility, more options and lower operating costs than larger vessels. Overall, Jonathan Rozier is 207-ft. long, 53-ft. wide and 19-ft. deep. Light draft is 6.5 ft.; loaded draft is 16.2 ft. It has two Caterpillar (CAT) 3516B diesel engines developing a total of 4,750 BHP at 1,600 RPM driving two Rolls Royce US 205 Z-Drives. The Bow Thruster is a Rolls Royce TCNC 73-1050 CPP Swing Down thruster, driven by a Caterpillar 3508B diesel providing greater maneuverability and station keeping. Her cargo deck has a clear area of 5,808 square feet capable of carrying 1,380 long tons. Liquid mud capacity is 6,223 barrels and bulk capacity is 6,000 cu ft. Air-conditioned and heated accommodations are provided for 26 people in 11 cabins. A double bed hospital is also included and the boat’s galley can serve 12 persons at a time. Jonathan Rozier is U. S. flagged and classed by the ABS Maltese Cross A1, AMS, DPS1 and documented by the U. S. Coast Guard under sub-chapter L OSV & I Misc. Vessel and carries full SOLAS certificate. The Jonathan Rozier is named in memory of 1st Lt. Jonathan Rozier, who was killed July 19, 2003 just outside of Baghdad, Iraq. He was assigned to Bravo Company, 2-70th Armor, 3rd Brigade, 1st Armored Division. Rozier is the grandson of deceased Gwen Phillips, a Tidewater corporate headquarters employee of 24 years.

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