Burger Boat Returns to Commercial Boat Building

Monday, March 07, 2011
Photo courtesy Burger Boat
Burger Boat Company is pleased to announce the upcoming delivery of a 60’ Fisheries Research Vessel, R/V Coregonus, to the Wisconsin Department of Resources in April 2011.  This commercial vessel marks the reinstatement of commercial boat building for Burger Boat Company.
 
Vessel particulars are:
Length, o.a. 60 ft
Beam 16 ft
Draft 4.6 ft max
Hull type Semi-displacement
Hull/Superstructure Aluminum
Speed 20 knots @ full load
Propulsion       Twin Caterpillar C18’s, 454 BHP
Area of operation Great Lakes
Special features Bow thruster, moon pool, folding transom dive platform, crane, lab area
Fishing equipment Gill net lifter, trawl net reel, (2) trawl winches
Designer SeaCraft Design LLC, Sturgeon Bay, Wis.
 
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