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USACE M/V Quincy
USACE M/V Gordon M. Stevens (2008- 2021)
Built in 2007-08, as MV Gordon M. Stevens at Orange Shipbuilding, Orange, TX.
Launched in 2008
Delivered to the US Army Corps of Engineers, May 2008
Christened and placed in service May 2008 as USACE MV Gordon M. Stevens
Assigned to the US Army Corps of Engineers Louisville, KY. District
Transferred. April 2021 to the US Army Corps of Engineers Rock Island IL. District
Christened and placed in service as USAV M/V Quincy, at Quincy IL., 30 April 2021
Current Disposition, active in commission
Displacement 571 t.
Depth of Hold 10'3"
Speed 12 kts
Fuel Oil - 36,000 gal.
Lube Oil - 800 gal.
Potable Water - 10,400 gals.
Electronics - unknown
Main Engines - two CAT 3512B diesel engines, 1500 hp ea @ 1,200 RPM
Propellers - two 5-blade, 80" diameter, (Kort Nozzles)
Generator set - two John Deere 6081AFM, 150KW 480V
Deck Winches - two Patterson 60 ton single drum electric
Capstan - Schoellhorn-Albrecht (electric)
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||USACE MV Gordon M. Stevens underway date and location unknown
US Army Corps of Engineers photo
||USACE M/V Quincy built in 2008, joins five other vessels in the Mississippi River Structures Maintenance fleet located at the
Mississippi River Project Office in Pleasant Valley, Iowa. Its function is to serve as the primary towing vessel for the fleetís new Quad Cities Crane barge.
US Army Corps of Engineers Rock Island District photo # 210421-A-VX113-001
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Last Updated 7 May 2021
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