DuraPoly Delivers Plastic Workboat to Back Bay Marine

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Tuesday, April 30, 2013
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DuraPoly Boats delivered a 10'x32', 100% plastic powerhouse workboat to Back Bay Marine Service.

It features a tunnel hull design, a 5,000 crane, is powered by twin 200 Yamaha motors, attains a top speed of 40mph and can run in 12 inches of water.

The vessel will be used for site clearance, pipeline repair and as a dive platform in the oil fields south of Venice.

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  • Photo: DuraPoly Boats

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