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Folio #: DR109
Location: US Gulf


Build Date:
1980, USA
ABS load line
Dims (L x B x D):
60.04 x 12.43 x 5.02m
Draught (m):
4.45 (dredging)
Dredge Depth (m):
Maximum 20
Hopper Capacity (m3):
993m³ / 1,962mts
Pump Ashore:
Dredge pump:
Trailing pipe:
1 x 559mm
Discharge type:
Bottom dump through splithull and bow discharge

Additional Information

‘Atchafalaya’ – Trailing Suction Hopper Dredger – approx. 1,000m³; splithull; with pump ash

Built: 1980, at Twin City Shipyard, Inc, USA
Class: ABS loadline – expires 09/2026 (originally classed ABS +1 Dredging Service)
LOA: 60.04m, Beam: 12.43m, Depth: 5.02m
Draft laden: average 4.45m

Discharge type: bottom dump through splithull and bow discharge
Max dredge depth approx 20m

Hull type: splithull
Hopper dims: 32 x 6.1m
Cubic capacity: 99 4m³
DWT (summer): 1,530mt
Dredging carrying capacity: 1,962mt

Number of suction pipes: 1
Max dredging depth 19.8m @ 45 deg.

Liquid caps: GO 113m³ / PW 34m³

Main engines: 2 x Caterpillar D398 total 1,267kW (rebuilt in 2021 with 1,154 & 1,205hrs)
Propulsion: 2 x Niigata ZP-D8 Z drives.

Auxiliary Generators: 2 x Caterpillar 3306 (both rebuilt 2021, now with 1,588 and 1,626hrs).

Dredging generators: Generator Caterpillar C27 with 14,500Hours.

Dredging: dredge motor 522kW; suction head 1,620mm; suction pipe 559mm; discharge pipe 510mm
Pump impeller diameter: 1,219mm
Jet pump: 134kW

Air compressors: 2 Quincy 350l

Accommodation: 15 berths

Please contact our brokers for further details and availability.

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