Halter Delivers Third 110-Foot Supply Vessel To C & E Boat Rental

Halter Marine, Inc. of New Orleans, La., recently delivered the Russell A. Cheramie, third of four 110-foot supply/utility boats being built for C & E Boat Rental, Inc. of Galliano, La. The new vessel is now working out of Cameron, La., hauling supplies, potable water, and diesel fuel for Continental Oil Company. The multipurpose boat can also operate as a survey vessel or diving tender, and has accommodations for up to 20 people.

The vessel is powered by two General Motors 16V92N diesel engines through Twin Disc MG527 reduction gears with a 3.87:1 ratio.

She has a beam of 28 feet, depth of 10 feet, and is under 100 gross tons. Her capacities include 140 tons of deck cargo, 24,000 gallons of fuel oil, 9,000 gallons of potable water, and 40,000 gallons of ballast water.

Officers of C & E Boat Rental include Robert Eymard, president; Mrs. Betty Cheramie, vice president; and Ted Cheramie, secretary- treasurer.

The Russell A. Cheramie was built by Halter Marine's Lockport, La., division, one of 10 yards owned and operated by the company in the Southern U.S.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 17,  May 1980 Alaska

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