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Work boat number of loyal, repeat customers, such as Harley Marine Services of Seattle. "A repeat customer is the sincerest form of flattery." said McMahon. The ship- yard delivered its eleventh tractor tug.
Millennium Star, which is a 105-ft. (32 m) vessel with a beam of 36.8 ft. (11.2 m) and a molded depth of 16.5 ft. (5 in). and is a prime example of Marco's expertise at building the most advanced workboats on the market. According to
McMahon, the demand for advanced
Voith Schneider and Z-drive tugboats continues lo grow, as vessel owners and operators recognize the superior han- dling and flexibility of these vessels.
Marco is eager to serve this burgeoning market, as its 105-ft. tug, which was designed in house, can be built — "if we're pushed" — in about six or seven months with about ten to twelve weeks between deliveries in series production..
Powered by a pair of Caterpillar 3516B diesel engines providing a total
Millennium Star Main Particulars
Length 105 ft. (32 m)
Beam 36.8 ft. (11.2 m)
Depth 16.5 ft. (5 m)
Marine engines 2 x Caterpillar 3516B
Power 4,400 hp
Winches Burrard Iron Works
Hydraulic tow pins Smith Berger Marine
Z-drives Ulstein I650H
Electric Harris Electric
California Main Particulars
Length 104 ft. (31.7 m)
Beam 29.5 ft. (9 m)
Depth 12.5 ft. (3.8 m)
Marine engines 2 x Caterpillar 3508B
Power 2.200 hp
Propellers Sound Propeller
Gears Twin Disc
Electric Harris Electric-
Speed 14 knots
Radars. GPS Furuno
Chart plotting Transas
Gy rocompass Sperry
Loudhailer Rav 430
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Inflatable life rafts, life jackets, and other marine safety equipment.
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The Work Force Specialists
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We Deliver: • Quality Personnel • Insurance to meet your needs • Quick Response Time • Professional coordination • Safety Trained Workforce • Extensive Marine Experience
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At Ameri-Force, Inc. we have been supplying top notch craftspeople to major U.S Shipyards since 1991. What do we have to offer?
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