Shrimper/Crabber Built By Mid-Coast Marine

Mid-Coast Marine, Coos Bay, Ore., recently delivered a 78-foot combination shrimper-crabber to Ron and Marie Miller of Grayland, Wash.

Christened the Jamie Marie, the fishing vessel has a beam of 25 feet 6 inches and a molded depth of 12 feet 2 inches. She is powered by a Cummins KT 38M diesel engine, which develops 800 hp at 1,800 rpm. She is fitted with a Twin Disc marine gear, Aquamet stainless steel shafting, a Cooper split type roller bearing and a Bird-Johnson-supplied Coolidge four-blade bronze propeller.

Auxiliary power is supplied by a Cummins NT855 engine fitted with a Lima 125-kw generator on the back end and twin double Vickers hydraulic pumps on the front, driven by a Twin Disc two pump drive.

The second generator set is a John Deere 6414T with a Lima 50-kw generator and a single hydraulic pump drive. All three engines are cooled by Fernstrum grid coolers and the exhaust is handled by Harco mufflers.

The Jamie Marie was designed to operate along the coasts of Oregon and Washington.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 10,  Nov 1988

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