US Army Corps of Engineers
Philadelphia District & Marine Design Center

USACE HUNTINGTON WORKBOAT

Built in 2004

Published Aug. 31, 2012
The HUNTINGTON WORKBOAT is owned by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Huntington District.

The HUNTINGTON WORKBOAT is owned by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Huntington District.

Vessel Owner: United States Army Corps of Engineers
Vessel Builder: Marine Builders, Inc., Utica, Ind.
Project Management Team: USACE Marine Design Center and Huntington District
Vessel Operation Team: USLRH Huntington District, Huntington, WV
Year Built and Classed: 2004 (Unclassed)

Vessel Particulars, Equipment, and Special Features
Length Overall: 50’-0”
Breadth: 18’-0”
Hull Depth:  8’- 6”
Draft:  4’-6” (at full load)
Fuel Capacity: 1,300 Gal.
Displacement: 59.2 Ltons
Winches: (2) Wintech-B331L/R-40 ton
Main Engines: (2) Cummins 6CTA8.3, 255 HP each @1800rpm
Reduction Gears: (2) Twin Disc MG 516-Ratio 4.04:1
Propellers:   Padgett-Swan - 4 Blade, 46x30 NIBRAL
Generators: (1) Onan 17MDKAD - 17 kW, 120/240V, Single Phase
Engine Controls: Morse mechanical controls
Steering: (full follow-up, mechanical over hydraulic) 2 Main, 4 Flanking Rudders