ASD-90 pull signs up with Foss Maritime fleet in Long Beach


image description

With her 6,866 horse power as well as 90 bunch bollard pull, the Jamie Ann is effective sufficient to companion the biggest vessels as well as containerships calling UNITED STATE West Coast ports. [Image: Foss Maritime]

The Jamie Ann, the very first of 4 brand-new ASD-90 yanks created by Nichols Brothers Boat Builders for the Saltchuk team of firms, showed up Saturday in her brand-new homeport of Long Beach, Calif.

With her 6,866 horse power as well as 90 bunch bollard pull, the Jamie Ann is effective sufficient to companion the biggest vessels as well as containerships calling UNITED STATE West Coast ports, as well as will certainly offer Foss Maritime clients in the Ports of LA/Long Beach location.

The pull fulfills one of the most rigid exhaust criteria. Her 2 MTU Tier 4 engines satisfy the EPA’s highest possible criteria, decreasing particle as well as nitrogen oxide exhausts to near no with a Selective Catalytic Reduction system. The vessel’s updated security attributes are just as outstanding as well as concentrate on staff security on deck, wheelhouse exposure, winch procedures as well as audio reduction in the engine area as well as staterooms.

“The Jamie Ann was built to satisfy the requirements of the State of California – requirements we believe will soon be required of the rest of the country and the world,” claimed Janic Trepanier,Foss Maritime Project Manager “Her innovative design offers greater operating efficiencies by producing lower emissions resulting in less maintenance down time.”

The Jamie Ann is the very first of 4 ASD-90 yanks created at the Nichols Brothers shipyard in Freeland,Wash Her 3 sis: the Sarah Averick, the Leisa Florence, as well as the Rachael Allen are because of be provided this year for solution within the Saltchuk Marine team of firms.

“We are excited to see Jamie Ann arrive in her new homeport,” claimed Jason Childs, Chief Executive Officer ofSaltchuk Marine “Her addition to the Foss fleet demonstrates our continued commitment to our mariners, our customers, the environment, and the State of California.”

Source of This New.