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    Another crewboat from Breaux's Bay Craft

    Vessel & ROV News // October 30, 2006

    Anna M - the latest newbuild from Breaux's Bay Craft.

    Offshore Oil Services of Freeport, Texas added an eighth boat to its distinctively white-hulled fleet of crewboats recently when the company took delivery of a new vessel from Breaux’s Bay Craft of Loreauville, Louisiana.

    The company named the vessel Anna M, for the wife of Captain Carl Muchowich.

    At 145ft overall, Anna M has a 28ft beam and 12ft moulded depth. This provides for 12,000 gallons of fuel, 24,500 gallons of rig water, 800 gallons of potable water and 250 gallons each for lube and waste oil.

    The 84 x 23ft open aft deck will take up to 200 tons of cargo.

    Four 1,350hp Cummins KTA38 main engines turning four-blade 44 x 42in props on 4.5in Aquamet shafts through Twin Disc MG6650SC gears with 2.47:1 reduction.

    The vessel is designed to travel at 28 knots light ship and 25 knots with 100 tons of cargo. 

     

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