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USACE’s High Speed Survey Vessel ic surveys using sophisticated multibeam and single beam sonars. The Hydrographic Survey Vessel was fabricated jointly with subcontractor Aluma Marine at its facilities in

Harvey, LA. Built and designed and built to Lloyd’s Special

Service Craft rules, it is equipped with 1,970 BHP MAN

V8 propulsion engines which turn two Hamilton waterjets allowing for quick mobilization and response at high speeds in excess of 38 knots and survey speeds up to 10 knots.

The vessel’s Hydrographic Survey capabilities features

Technology Associates, Inc. (TAI), a New Orleans, LA SONIC 2024 Multibeam sonars and single frequency so- based Maritime Solutions Company, has completed the nars mounted inside a retractable survey pod. The vessel contract for the Design and Construction of a High Speed has a galley, mess, and sleeping accommodations. The Foil

Foil Assisted Hydrographic Survey Vessel. The US Army Assisted Catamaran system offers high speeds with mini-

Corps of Engineers (USACE) Baltimore District accepted mal installed BHP and fuel consumption. This con

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