Mid-Coast Marine Delivers Combination Crabber, Packer

Mid-Coast Marine, Coos Bay, Ore., recently delivered a 72-foot combination crabber, called Northern Mariner, built for Tom and Denise Branshaw of Cordova, Alaska.

The coastal crabber is 72-feet 6- six inches long with a 23-foot 3-inch beam and a 11-foot molded depth.

Capacities include 10,000 gallons of fuel oil in port and starboard wing tanks, 2,300 gallons of fresh water, two fish holds in RSW or crab circulation with the forward hold at 2,300 cubic feet, and the aft hold at 650 cubic feet.

A 500-hp Caterpillar 3412 DIT diesel with a Twin Disc 518 marine gear at 5.07:1 powers the vessel.

Auxilary equipment includes two main auxiliary gensets which are Isuzu model 6 SAIT with 75-kw Lima SER generators on the back end and a Denison T6 CC double hydraulic pump on the front end, driven through Pitts electric clutches.

/The vessel accommodates five crew members in three staterooms.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 66,  Sep 1990

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