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Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Three Dump Scows Built by Diversified Marine, Inc.

October 10, 2002

Diversified Marine, Inc. completed three Ala Wai Dump Scows for American Marine Corporation of Honolulu, Hawaii in June 2002. All three scows were built in Portland, Ore. at the Diversified Marine location and towed to Hawaii on barges. Each scow is built with a remote, air driven hydraulically operated control and with certified leak proof rubber seals. American Marine will use the scows for hauling dredged material from the Hawaiian Island waterways. The Glosten Associates, Inc. designed the scows. Length, molded 78.6 ft. Half breadth, hull, molded 12 ft. Beam, maximum o.a. 24.1 ft. Molded, depth, main deck 9.6 ft. Lightship weight 122 lt Lightship draft 2.6 ft. Design, waterline draft 7.9 ft. Displacement @ DWL 406 lt Hopper volume, level to top of coaming 300 cu. yd.
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