- Customer: Olympic Tug & Barge, Harley Marine
- Industry: Transportation and Logistics
- Type: Shipbuilding / Barges
- Year: 2011
Shortly after we finished fabricating the 83,800 BBL fuel barge Sixty Five Roses for Harley Marine, the barge owner returned to our Portland yard to have Vigor construct another vessel. The double-hulled, state-of-the-art Betsy Arntz is designed to transport 31,500 BBL of fuel.
Like many Harley Marine vessels, Betsy Arntz is named to honor a young person who struggled with a debilitating disease. Betsy lost her fight with juvenile diabetes; Sixty Five Roses was named in honor of a child who succumbed to cystic fibrosis. Betsy measures 241’ x 64’ 6” x 24’ 4” depth (73.5m x 19.7m x 7.4m).
Betsy Arntz owner/operator: Olympic Tug & Barge division of Harley Marine, Seattle, WA
|Length: 241 ft.||24,500 bbls IFO @ 98%|
|Beam: 64.5 ft.||7,000 bbls MGO @ 98%|
|Depth: 23.5 ft.||Machinery:|
|Regulatory:||Pumps: IFO (2) Byron Jackson Model 11LS|
|Built: 2011, Portland, OR||MGO (1) Byron Jackson Model 10LS|
|Gross Tonnage: 2,724||Prime Movers: (2) DET 60, Tier III|
|ABS, A1 Oil Tank Barge||Hose Handling Crane: North American 65’|
|Double Hull||Facing Wire Winches: (2) 40 ton Beebe’s|
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