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USACE M/V Kenneth Eddy


Towboat:
  • Built in 2006 for the US Army Corps of Orange Ship Building Orange TX.
  • Launched in 2006
  • Delivered to the US Army Corps of Engineers, in 2006
  • Christened and and put into service as USACE M/V Kenneth Eddy, 31 October 2006
  • USACE MV Kenneth Eddy was named for the former Huntington District employee and towboat CAPT. Kenneth Eddy
  • Assigned to the USACE Huntington District, Huntington W.V.
  • Current Disposition, active
    Specifications:
    Displacement 453 t.
    Length 124'
    Beam 10'3"
    Hull Depth unknown
    Draft 8'
    Speed 12kts
    Crew Accommodation 11
    Fuel Oil Capacity 32,000 gal.
    Gear Oil Capacity 500 gal.
    Potable Water 10,400 gal.
    Propulsion two Catepillar 3512B1500 HP ea @1200rpm
    Reduction Gears, two Falk 2083MRHV Ration 4.5:1
    Generators, two John Deere 6081AFM-150kW,480V
    Engine Controls Sentinel (Electric)
    Propellers two 5 Blade 80 inches Dia. (Kort Nozzles)
    Steering Advance Marine (four)Flanking (four)Steering
    Deck Winches two Patterson 60 Ton Single Drum Electric
    Capstan two Schoellhorn-Albrecht (Electric)
    Ballast System four Tanks 17,000 Gal.
    Lube Oil System Capacity 800 gal.
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    Kenneth Eddy
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    66k USACE M/V Kenneth Eddy underway, 9 April 2012, location unknown.
    USACE Photo # 120904-A-EO314-124M/i>
    Tommy Trampp

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