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The Survey Vessel MORITZ was commissioned in 2001 and is operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers New York District.

The Survey Vessel MORITZ was commissioned in 2001 and is operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers New York District. (Photo by USACE Photograph)

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USACE Survey Vessel MORITZ

Commissioned: September 16, 2003

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Vessel Owner: United States Army Corps of Engineers
Vessel Builder: Kvichak Marine Industries Inc.
Project Management Team: USACE Marine Design Center and New York District
Vessel Operation Team: USACE New York District, New York NY.

Foil Assisted Catamaran, 5083-H116 Aluminum Hull, W/2 Stainless Steel HydroFoils

Vessel Particulars   
 
Length Overall:                62'-2"
 Breath:                          18'-6"
 Hull Depth:                     9'-6"
 Draft:                             5'-3"  
 Displacement:                70,000 LBS
 Max Speed:                   30.5 Knots
 Fuel Capacity:               1,200 Gal
 Portable Water:              150 Gal
 Waste Water Holding:    125 Gal
 Accommodations:          (1) 2 Crew Member Stateroom, Gallery & Head

Machinery, Survey Equipment, and Special Features

Main Engines:                   (2) Detroit Series 60, 740 HP each @ 2300 RPM                         
 Reduction Gears:             (2) ZF 350A W/ Trolling Valves
 Generators:                      (2) Northern Lights - 16 kW, 240V
 Engine Controls:               Detroit Diesel DDEC System
 Steering:                          Kobelt Power Steering
 Transducer Wells:             (2) 20” ASW Windows BF Goodrich
 Main Transducer:              Dual Reson 8101 on Hull Mounted Pods
 Sweep Arm System:         Ross Dolphin Mini-Sweep w/ 9 transceivers
 Davit:                               3 Socket Positions, 500# Cap, 4’ Reach

Vessel Certification:          USCG Sub Chapter T