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Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Crane Barge Drydocked at Great Lakes Shipyard

November 28, 2016

  • Photo: Great Lakes Shipyard
  • Photo: Great Lakes Shipyard
  • Photo: Great Lakes Shipyard Photo: Great Lakes Shipyard
  • Photo: Great Lakes Shipyard Photo: Great Lakes Shipyard

Ryba Marine’s crane (CR) barge CT-150 (150’ x 50’ x 10’) was recently in drydock at Great Lakes Shipyard for maintenance and repairs.

 
Great Lakes Shipyard’s contract, awarded by Ryba Marine on October 28, 2016, included drydocking, steel repairs and ABS Load Line Inspection and renewal. The work wrapped up on November 14, 2016.
 
As a regular customer at Great Lakes Shipyard over the past year, Ryba Marine has sent several vessels for drydocking at the yard, including dump scow GL-5 (170’ x 41’ x 15’), GL-6 (170’ x 41’ x 15’), tug Thomas R. Morrish and tug Kathy Lynn.


 
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