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Mid-Coast Marine, Coos Bay,
Ore., recently delivered a 72-foot combination crabber, called North- ern Mariner, built for Tom and
Denise Branshaw of Cordova,
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 circu- lation 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
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Tail shaft Aquamet
Propellor Independent Propellor
Reduction gear Twin Disc
Grid coolers Fernstrum
Generator engines Isuzu
Hydraulic pumps Denison
Electric clutches Pitts
Fire suppression Kidde
Deck crane Alaska Marine
Anchor winch Thompson
Anchor Danforth crew members in three staterooms.
For more information on Mid-
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MAN GHH Launches
At its West German yard in Nor- denham, MAN Gutehoffnungshutte
GHH AG recently launched a float- ing dock with a lifting capacity of 15,000 tons that will operate on the
Mediterranean coast about 124 miles east of Algiers. MAN GHH built the 623-foot long, 131-foot wide dock for Entreprise National de Reparation Navale, the Algiers repair yard. The Algerian company named the unit "Dock Flottant
For more information on MAN
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John E. Flannigan
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John E. Flannigan
The Marine Machinery Associa- tion announced the death of John E.
Flannigan, the chairman of its board of directors.
Mr. Flannigan began his career as an engineer at Gibbs & Cox in 1940, and with time out for army service in World War II, he stayed with that firm until 1954, when he took a position with the Whiton
Machine Co. He remained with that organization as it became part of
Terry Turbine Co., Ingersoll-Rand
Co., and then Dresser-Rand, until his death in June of 1990 at the age of 68.
He was a founder of the Marine
Machinery Association and brought to it his devotion to quality and ethics. In 1989, the Association created the "Jack Flannigan
Award," presented annually to hon- or contributions to the quality of machinery for Navy ships. 66 Maritime Reporter/Engineering News