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Grand Republic (continued from page 28) ered by a 400-bhp Cat diesel through a Twin Disc reduction gear. AH of the Caterpillar equip- ment, the Tug Mate machinery monitoring system, and the air controls with Reintjes and WABCO components were supplied by H.O.
Penn Machinery Company.
Steering equipment consists of an SSI 4-station, electro-hydraulic system. The SKF OK shaft cou- plings were supplied by Bird-
Johnson; shaft bearings were manufactured by Johnson Rubber and Cooper Bearing. Radars and
VHF radio are by Raytheon, and the fathometer is from Datamarine.
Main engines (2) Caterpillar
Reduction gears (2) Reintjes
Propellers (2) Columbian
Shaft bearings Johnson/Cooper
Shaft couplings SKF
Bow thruster Schottel
Machinery monitoring Tug Mate
Fire protection Wormold
Cathodic protection Engelhard
Sewage treatment Omnipure
Air controls Reintjes/WABCO
Radars (2) & VHF Raytheon
Deck crane Alaska Marine (Slattery)
Capstans & windlass McElroy
Searchlight Carlisle & Finch
Nippon Kokan K.K./
Beaudrill Ltd., a subsidiary of
Gulf Canada Resources Inc. of Cal- gary, Alberta, took delivery at mid-1983 of the Ikaluk, first of two 14,900-bhp Arctic Class 4 ice- breaking anchor-handling/supply vessels for operations in the Ca- nadian Arctic. She was built at the Tsurumi Shipyard of Nippon
Kokan K.K. in Yokahama to a de- sign by Robert Allan Ltd. of Van- couver, B.C. The sister ship, Mis- caroo, was delivered about three months later by Vancouver Ship- yards Company Ltd. of North Van- couver, B.C. Both vessels will con- stitute a vital part of Gulf Canada's drilling operations in the Beaufort
The new vessels are among the most powerful of their type in the world, and are said to be the first commercial vessels constructed to 12
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