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USACE MV Rock Island II


Towboat:
  • Built in 2010-11, as MV Rock Island at Patti Marine Enterprises, Pensacola, FL.
  • Launched in 2011
  • Delivered to the US Army Corps of Engineers, 2 June 2011
  • Commissioned in June 2011, as USACE MV Rock Island (II)
  • Assigned to to the US Army Corps of Engineers Rock Island District
  • Current Disposition, active in commission
    Specifications:
    Displacement 132 t.
    Length 65'
    Beam 24'
    Depth of Hold 8'6"
    Draft 6'5" full load
    Crew 6
    Capacities
    Fuel Oil - 9300 gals.
    Lube Oil - 350 gals.
    Potable Water - 1,600 gals.
    Electronics - E&R Marine Electronics (Furuno)
    Main Engines - two CAT C18B diesel engines, 600hp @ 1,800 rpm
    Propellers - two Michigan Wheel 54" diameter 5 blade, Progressive/Variable Pitch Design, CF-3 stainless steel
    Generator sets - two CAT C4.4, 76KW @ 1,800 RPM
    Deck Machinery
    Crane - one Stellar 5200 10 ft. 25,000 lbs
    Barge Wenches - two Winteck mdl. 311-RC 5 HP, 40 ton

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    Rock Island (II)
    303002401
    106k USACE MV Rock Island (II) underway date and location unknown
    US Army Corps of Engineers photo
    John Spivey
    Rock Island (II)
    303002402
    198k USACE MV Rock Island (II) underway date and location unknown
    US Army Corps of Engineers photo # 120904-A-EO314-119
    Tommy Trampp

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