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USACE Dredge Hurley

International Radio Call Sign:
Alpha - Echo - Delta - Tango
AEDT
Self-propelled Dustpan Dredge:
  • Built in 1993 as the Dredge Hurley for the US Army Corps of Engineers at Halter Marine, Moss Point, MS.
  • Launched in 1993
  • Delivered in 1993
  • Christened, commissioned and placed in service in 1993 by the US Army Corps of Engineers as USACE Dredge Hurley
  • Hurley is assigned to the US Army Corps of Engineers Memphis District
  • Current Disposition, active
    Specifications:
    Displacement 1,600 t. lt
    Length 353'
    Beam 58'5"
    Draft 7'
    Height 56'
    Dredging Pump Motors two 1,500 hp motors
    Dredging Depth 75'
    Complement unknown
    Propulsion
    Diesel engines 5,700 hp
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    Hurley
    302615306
    277k USACE Dredge Hurley eases towards her mooring as she returns to her homeport of Ensley Engineer Yard in Memphis Harbor around 11 a.m. Monday, 9 December 2019. Their arrival marks the end of the two most productive dredging seasons in the vesselís history.
    US Army Corp of Engineers photo # 191209-A-LD870-1002 by Jessica Hayes.
    Tommy Trampp
    Hurley
    302615303
    211126-A-CE999-100
    138k USACE Dredge Hurley dredging on the lower Mississippi River, date unknown
    US Army Corp of Engineers photo #'s 211126-A-CE999-100 and 211126-A-CE999-1002 by Dredge Hurley Master Adrian Pirani.
    Tommy Trampp
    Hurley
    302615304
    211126-A-CE999-1002
    122k
    Hurley
    302615301
    278k USACE Dredge Hurley arrives at her home port of Ensley Engineer Yard, Memphis, TN., 9 December 2019. after a successful dredging season on the lower Mississippi River. Hurley will remain at Memphis over the winter for upkeep and maintenance before beginning another season in 2020.
    US Army Corp of Engineers photo # 200215-A-OO87-003.
     
    Hurley
    302615302
    63k USACE Dredge Hurley moored at the US Army Corps of Engineers Ensley Engineer Yard, Memphis, TN., after getting hit hard with frigid temperatures in mid-February, 2021. From frozen pipes to no electricity, many people and structures were impacted by the icy weather, including the districtís Dredge Hurley. It took approximately one month and multiple Ensley Engineer Yard crews to thaw out and repair the dredge. Now that Hurley is thawed and repaired, itís ready to dredge the Mississippi River, which is scheduled to start within the next two weeks.
    US Army Corp of Engineers photo # 210413-A-CE999-1010.
    Tommy Trampp
    Hurley
    302615305
    158k USACE Dredge Hurley moored at the US Army Corps of Engineers Ensley Engineer Yard, Memphis, TN. being repaired after much of the south, including Memphis was hit hard with frigid temperatures in mid-February 2021.
    US Army Corp of Engineers photo # 210413-A-LD870-1126.
    Tommy Trampp
    Ward
    303004802
    148k USACE Towboat Ward and USACE Dredge Hurley at the Memphis Districtís Ensley Engineer Yard after getting hit hard with frigid temperatures in mid-February 2021. From frozen pipes to no electricity, many people and structures were impacted by the icy weather, including the districtís Dredge Hurley. It took approximately one month and multiple Ensley Engineer Yard crews to thaw out and repair the dredge.
    US Army Corps of Engineers Memphis District photo # 210413-A-CE999-1005 by Jessica Haas
    Tommy Trampp

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