An all-aluminum crewboat delivered recently by Aluminum Boats, Inc. of Crown Point, La., to Five Star Marine Service of Belle Chasse, La., the Joe Lynn II (shown), is described by Five Star president Clyde A. Giordano as "a 50- foot crewboat that has the look, feel, ride, and performance of a much larger boat." The new boat's design is a joint effort by Cameron Thompson, Aluminum Boats' design consultant, and Mr. Giordano.
Some of the innovative design and Joe Lynn II's "bigness" is apparent inside because of its space and unusual amenities. Twelve passenger seats were sacrificed to provide additional room and comfort for 18 passengers and a crew of two.
While most crewboats in this category have a depth of about five feet, the Joe Lynn II has a depth of 6 feet 10 inches, providing a smoother, more comfortable ride.
Propulsion is provided by twin Caterpillar 3408TA diesel engines developing a total of more than 850 bhp at 1,800 rpm, driving through Twin Disc 514 reverse/reduction gears, giving a cruising speed of 27 knots. The engines and support services were supplied by Boyce Machinery, Caterpillar distributor for Louisiana.
The Joe Lynn II is working for Shell Pipeline Corporation of Venice, La., on a contract Five Star Marine Service has held for 23 years.
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Maxon Marine Industries, Inc., Tell City, Ind., recently delivered the M/V Joe Al Jim II to J.L. Shiely Company, St. Paul, Minn. The towboat is 72 feet 6 inches by 19 feet by 7 feet 6 inches, and has an operating draft of 5 feet. It is equipped with two Caterpillar Model D353 T.A. main propulsion eng
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