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USACE Nacotchtank

Floating Crane Barge:
  • Built in 2020 by Metal Trades, Inc. Hollywood, S.C.
  • Launched in 2020
  • Christened, commissioned and placed in service as USACE Nacotchtank, in January 2021
  • Assigned to the US Army Corp of Engineers Baltimore District, District of Columbia’s Drift field office
  • Current Disposition, active in service
    Vessel Particulars
    Hull Length (molded) 85’-0”
    Hull Breadth (molded) 30’-0”
    Hull Depth (molded) 7’- 0”
    Lightship Draft 2’-3”
    Rated Deck Load 1,200 psf.

    Machinery, Equipment and Crane Particulars
    Crane Model EBI Cranes Model C60XHB-60
    Main Hoist Capacity 30,000 lbs. @ 15’ radius
    Auxiliary Hoist Capacity4,500 lbs.
    Boom Length 60 feet fixed
    Regulatory Standard API.2C Medallion

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    Nacotchtank - An indigenous Algonquian people who lived in the area of what is now Washington, D.C. during the 17th century
    Photo - Nacotchtank people with European Settlers (17th Century) -
    Map - Nacotchtank location on John Smith's 1624 map of Virginia
    Tommy Trampp
    383k USACE Nacotchtank moored at the District of Columbia’s Drift field office docks alongside the Anacostia River
    U.S. Army Corp of Engineers Rock Island District photo # 210209-A-A1403-101 and 210209-A-A1403-100
    Tommy Trampp

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