|Photographer:||Oldkayaker [View profile]||Title:||JOHN A.B. DILLARD Jr.||Added:||May 10, 2013|
|Captured:||May 10, 2013||IMO:||Unavailable||Hits:||2,722|
|Location:||Benicia, United States|
||Waste Disposal Vessels|
|MV John A.B. Dillard Jr.
a US Army Corps of Engineers boat,first time spotted around here, transiting Carquinez Straits near Benicia, CA, USA
bottom profile surveying, submerged object identification and recovery, and they are able to act as a floating command center for emergency operations and vessel assist and emergency response. This is in addition to the primary function, clearing debris from The Bay
Length - 86.7 ft.
Built - 2010
Flag - USA
with two Caterpillar C 32 ACERT V 12 engines with series turbo charging, electronically variable valve actuation, hydraulically actuated Electronically controlled Unit Injector fuel system, and all integrated by the Cat ADEM electronics package
Hailing port - Sausalito, CA
15 ton pedestal mounted Effer 4400 3S-L hydraulic crane aft with Kinshofer Graple and Rotator
Maximum Capacity 285,000 Foot/Pounds
Kvichak Marine Industries
photographed, captured and added on 5-10-2013 correcting any incorrect information shown above