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Nautica Queen at Great Lakes Shipyard for Repairs

January 24, 2011

Photo courtesy The Great Lakes Towing Co.

Photo courtesy The Great Lakes Towing Co.

Great Lakes Shipyard, Cleveland, Ohio, will perform deck repairs to the Nautica Queen. The 124 ft long Nautica Queen was built in 1981 and is home-ported in Cleveland, Ohio on the west bank of the flats. The Nautica Queen can accommodate up to 400 passengers in the two enclosed decks and spacious observation deck on the top of the ship. The vessel hosts lunch and dinner cruises as well as Sunday brunch and also hosts corporate and birthday parties as well as wedding receptions.

Great Lakes Shipyard, a division of The Great Lakes Towing Company, operates a full-service shipyard and drydock in Cleveland, OH, specializes in all types of marine construction and vessel repairs including tugs, supply boats, ferries, barges, excursion vessels, dinner boats, research vessels, large yachts, and off-site topside work of every kind.  The Company has expanded its capabilities and workforce to include new “HandySize” tug, barge and vessel construction, and repairs as well as aluminum and steel fabrication. This new shipyard and drydock facility will include a new 700-ton Marine Travelift.now being manufactured by Marine Travelift, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. and installed in mid 2011. This Travelift will be the largest of its type on the U.S. and Canadian Great Lakes, and the second largest Travelift in the western hemispere.

The Great Lakes Shipyard’s Order Book now includes orders for construction of two new 70-ft aluminum research vessels for U.S. Geological Survey’s Great Lakes Science Center, a new 3,200 hp HandySize tug, two floating restroom barges for the U.S. National Park Service, the drydocking of the USGS research vessels Grayling and Sturgeon and several specialized pontoon construction projects.



 
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