Kvichak Delivers 65' Passenger Catamaran

press release
Friday, December 28, 2012

Kvichak Marine Industries, of Seattle, WA, recently delivered the P/V “Tecopa”, a 65’ passenger catamaran for the Chemehuevi Transit Authority of Lake Havasu, California.  The vessel operates as a ferry on Lake Havasu, with ports of call at Lake Havasu City on the Arizona side and at Havasu Landing on the California side.  
 

Tecopa was sea trialed in Seattle then disassembled and loaded on two trucks and shipped to Havasu Landing, CA where it was reassembled by Kvichak with support from the tribe.  Her maiden voyage was on Dec 3, 2012.

 

Designed by Kvichak Marine, the 150-passenger catamaran is powered by twin MTU series 60 diesel engines, rated for 600 HP @ 2100 RPM, and fitted to ZF 550 marine gears.  The vessel operates at a service speed of 20+ knots and is capable of operating with a crew of three.


Additional vessel features include:
 

• LOA 64’6”

• Beam 24’
• Fuel capacity 1200 gallons

• (2) MTU series 60 diesels
• (2) Northern Lights 20kW generators

• Furuno electronics package

 

For additional information please contact Kvichak Marine Industries, 469 NW Bowdoin Place; Seattle, WA, USA; telephone (206) 545-8485; FAX (206) 545-3504; e-mail: sales@kvichak.com; web site: www.kvichak.com.

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