|BAE Systems delivers ‘Sea Power’ to Seabulk Tankers|
|Thursday, 18 August 2016 15:58|
BAE Systems has delivered a tug, the ‘Sea Power’, to Seabulk Tankers to power barges carrying chemical and petroleum between US ports.
Seabulk Tankers, headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, operates and leases US-flagged petroleum and chemical carriers.
Built at BAE Systems’ Jacksonville, USA, shipyard, the ‘Sea Power’ is a 42-metre-long, 9,000kW, twin-screw tug that will work in tandem with a high-specification, 30,000DWT chemical tank barge as an articulated tug and barge unit.
BAE Systems and Guido Perla and Associates of Seattle designed the vessel.
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