US Army Corps of Engineers
Philadelphia District & Marine Design Center

USACE Survey Vessel IRVINGTON

Delivered: October 2001

Published Aug. 31, 2012
The Survey Vessel IRVINGTON was delivered in 2001 to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mobile District.

The Survey Vessel IRVINGTON was delivered in 2001 to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mobile District.

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

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

Vessel Particulars
Length Overall: 56'-8"'
Breadth: 20'
Hull Depth: 9-6"'
Draft: 5'-3"
Displacement: 60,000 LBS
Max Speed: 33.5 Knots
Fuel Capacity: 1,200 Gal.
Potable water: 150 Gal.
Waste Water Holding: 125 Gal.
Accommodations: (2) Single Crew Member Staterooms, Galley & Head
Vessel Certification: USCG Sub-Chapter T

Machinery, Survey Equipment, and Special Features
Main Engines: (2) Cat 3406E-700 HP each@2200rpm
Reduction Gears: (2) ZF 350A
Generators: (2) Northern Lights - 16 kW, 240V
Engine Controls: Kobelt Electronic
Steering: Kobelt Power Steering
Transducer Wells (2) 18" ASW Windows BF Goodrich
Main Transducer: Reson 8125 on Retractable Strut Arm
Forward Looking Transducer: Reson 8128 on Deployable Strut Arm
Echo Sounders: (3) Odom Echo Trac Mark II 41208 KHZ
Davit: 3 Socket Positions, 500# Cap, 4' Reach