Combination Aluminum Seiner Delivered By Progressive Marine

A 67-foot aluminum salmon and herring drum seiner built by Progressive Marine Installations Ltd. of New Westminster, B.C., Canada was delivered recently to Capt. Ross Aleksich of Vancouver, B.C. The 99-gt vessel has an overall length of 67 feet 11 inches, beam of 22 feet, and depth of 10 feet 2 inches.

Her main engine is a Cummins KTA-1150- M diesel with an output of 450 bhp. Other equipment includes Capitol reverse/reduction gear; two Ford diesel auxiliaries; Hytac hydraulic system, seine winch, and bow thruster; Harrison and Robbins anchor winch; Pumps and Power bilge, fire, and circulating pumps; and General Refrigeration chillers, receivers, condensers, and system components.

With a 7-man crew, the seiner has fuel capacity of 1,900 gallons, water ballast of 2,200 gallons, fresh water of 1,300 gallons, and fish hold capacity of 3,000 cubic feet.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 63,  Oct 15, 1980

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