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USACE Towboat Warioto (II)

  • Built in 1986 for the US Army Corps of Engineers, at Superior Boat Works, Greenville, MS.
  • Launched in 1986
  • Delivered to the US Army Corps of Engineers, in 1986
  • Christened and and put into service as USACE Towboat Warioto (II) in 1986
  • Current Disposition, active in commission
    Displacement unknown
    Length 85'
    Beam 28'
    Hull Depth unknown
    Draft unknown
    Speed unknown
    Crew unknown
    Fuel Oil Capacity unknown
    Potable Water unknown
    two diesel engines, 2350hp
    twin propellers

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    Warioto is the native American name for the Cumberland River
    Convergence of the Cumberland and Obey Rivers at the western border of Celina, OH., once a major river port. Many goods were taken downstream to Nashville on the Cumberland from Celina and points north.
    Clay County Partnership Chamber
    Tommy Trampp
    Warioto (II)
    66k USACE Towboat Towboat Warioto (II) moored pierside in 2008. John Spivey
    Warioto (II)
    126k USACE Towboat Towboat Warioto (II) with a tow of two barges on the Mississippi River at La Crosse, WI., date unknown.
    Photo from by Doug Connell
    John Spivey

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