Great Lakes Shipyard Replaces Propulsion on USCG Cutter
Great Lakes Shipyard is completing the replacement of the main propulsion control system on the United States Coast Guard Cutter MOBILE BAY.
This work marks the final installation under a five-year contract with the USCG’s Engineering Logistics Center, Baltimore, MD. This contract included installation of new main propulsion control systems for the entire fleet of nine 140-foot Bay Class of Ice Breaking tugs.
The Shipyard’s mobile vessel crew is conducting the work on-site in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin and is to be completed in early October.
Great Lakes Shipyard is a full-service state-of-the-art facility specializing in every kind of marine construction, fabrication, and repair for all types of commercial and government vessels and barges as well as both on-site and off-site topside work and emergency repairs of every kind. The Shipyard’s current order book includes fabrication of a new floating breakwater for Whiskey Island Marina and drydocking and repairs on the R/V SPENCER F. BAIRD of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
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