Mid America Shipyard Delivers Another Truckable Tug

Monday, September 20, 2010
Photo courtesy Mid America Shipyards LLC

Mid America Shipyards LLC, of Fort Smith, Arkansas, has just delivered another of its truckable tug boats. The vessel has been shipped to a project in up-state New York. This tug boat was constructed in 30 working days which was done in half the time of our last tugs. The J-KRAB is the Seventh Vessel to leave our yard this year so far. John Deere 6081's gives the vessel 660 hp.
 
Specifications: 
Length    25.5 ft
Beam    14 ft
Hull depth    5 ft
Max draft    3.3 ft
Propulsion    Twin screw
Twin Disc. Transmissions    5075 SC
Propellers:    34 inches
Propeller Shafts    3 inch stainless steel
Vessel weight    Approx. 41,000 lbs

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