St. Johns Ship Building delivers sea strength

PALATKA, Fla. — St. Johns Ship Building announced it recently delivered the offshore service vessel (OSV) SeaStrength to A.R. Singh Contractors of Point Fortin, Trinidad. The 157′ vessel is currently undergoing owner inspections and is available for work in the Caribbean offshore market.

A.R. Singh Contractors Ltd. has served the local Trinidad market since 1978 and provides marine transportation, pipe laying and offshore construction services. The company operates a fleet of approximately 20 vessels including tugs, barges, crew boats and supply boats.

St. Johns Ship Building. is a full-service ship building facility with over 30 years combined experience and a crane capacity of 500 tons. The shipyard features over 900′ of bulkhead waterfront including a 400′ launch basin, a 1,200 Ton Dry Dock, a 425′ x75′ fabrication shop as well as complete carpentry, electrical and machine shops.

Sea Strength Particulars:  

L.O.A.

157’ – 0”

Beam (Molded)

38’ – 0”

Depth (Molded)

11’ – 6”

Designed Draft

9’ – 6”

Fuel Oil Capacity

50,000 gallons minimum

Fresh Water Capacity

80,000 gallons minimum

Lube Oil Storage

800 gallons

Contaminated Oil

1,500 gallons

Dirty Bilge Water

1,500 gallons

Sewage

2,000 gallons

Gray Water

2,000 gallons

 

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