Marine Fabricators Deliver First Of Two Supply Boats For Arrow Marine

Arrow Marine, Inc., Houston, Texas, has taken delivery of the M/V Arapaho Arrow, the first of two 120-foot supply vessels being built by Marine Fabricators, Inc., of Green Cove Springs, Fla.

The Arapaho is fully certified by the U.S.C.G. and carries an A.B.S. International Load Line certificate. The vessel is powered by two Detroit Diesel 16V92 engines developing 1,200 continuous horsepower. The two 40-kw Delco auxiliaries are powered by Detroit Diesel 471 series engines.

The vessel is equipped with a full complement of electronics: radar, Loran C, depth finder, 12-channel single-band radio, and a 56-channel VHF.

Some special features which are not typical to this length vessel are its deck capacity and accommodations.

The Arapaho is certified to sleep 17 industrial personnel in bunks, in addition to the crew. The 22-foot by 60-foot deck area will hold 120 tons of cargo.

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