Foss christens initially in brand-new ASD pull collection


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The Jamie Anne is slated for mid-March release to Foss Harbor Services in San Francisco Bay where she will certainly offer vessel companion and also aids for Foss Maritime’s Oil and also Gas clients.

Foss Maritime christened the Jamie Ann, the very first of 4 brand-new ASD-90 pulls unfinished at the Nichols Brothers Boat Builders shipyard, in Freeland,Wash on Saturday, February 29, 2020. Her 3 siblings: the Sarah Averick, the Leisa Florence, and also the Rachael Allen result from to be provided this year for solution within the Saltchuk Marine household of business.

The Jamie Ann is slated to show up mid-March in San Francisco where she will certainly sign up with Foss Maritime’s Harbor Services fleet.

Jamie Ann‘s upgrades consist of 2 MTU Tier 4 engines creating 6,866 horse power and also fulfilling the EPA’s highest possible criteria. The engines minimize particle and also nitrogen oxide exhausts to near no via an SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) system and also are effective adequate to companion the biggest vessels and also containerships calling the UNITED STATE West Coast ports the pull will certainly offer.

“We’re building these vessels to the most stringent emissions standards in the world,” claimed Janic Trepanier, the Foss marine designer handling the task. “These were 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.”

The vessel’s updated safety and security functions concentrate on team safety and security on deck, wheelhouse exposure, winch procedures and also audio reduction in the engine space and also staterooms.

Foss christens initially in brand-new ASD pull collection
The vessel’s name, Jamie Ann Goldberg, the little girl of Saltchuk founder Fred Goldberg, attended to the group collected at Nichols Brothers last weekend break to christen the vessel. Also visualized: David Pearson, Clergy; Gavin Higgins, Chief Executive Officer Nichols Brothers; Janic Trepanier, Naval Architect and also Project Manager, Foss.

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