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USACE MV Stephenson II

  • Built in 2009-10 as MV Stephenson at Patti Marine Enterprises, Pensacola, FL.
  • Launched in 2010
  • Delivered to the US Army Corps of Engineers in July 2010
  • Commissioned in July 2010, as USACE MV Stephenson (II)
  • Assigned to the US Army Corps of Engineers Kansas City District
  • Current Disposition, active in commission
    Displacement 53 t.
    Length 56'
    Beam 22'
    Depth of Hold 7'
    Draft 4'6" (full load)
    Crew none (day boat)
    Fuel Oil - 1,275 gal.
    Lube Oil - 152 gal.
    Potable Water - none
    Electronics - E & R Marine Electronics (Fununo)
    Main Engines - two CAT C12B diesel engines, 385 hp @ 1,800 RPM
    Propellers - two Rolls Royce 48" diameter 5-blade, Next Generation Work Wheels, CF-3 stainless steel
    Generator set - one CAT4.4, 44KW @ 1,800 RPM
    Deck Machinery two Wintech mdl. 311-RC, 5 HP, 40-to barge winches
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    Stephenson (II)
    47k USACE MV Stephenson (II) under construction at Patti Marine Enterprises, Pensacola, FL., 17 August 2010
    Jensen Naval Architects and Marine Engineers
    Tommy Trampp
    Stephenson (II)
    211k USACE MV Stephenson (II) underway with tow, date and location unknown
    Patti Marine Enterprises
    Stephenson (II)
    406k USACE MV Stephenson (II) underway, 9 April 2012, location unknown
    US Army Corps of Engineers photo # 120904-A-EO314-118
    John Spivey
    Stephenson (II)
    115k USACE MV Stephenson (II) underway date and location unknown
    Tommy Trampp

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