'JR Sugarman.'

November 2011
Ausmarine;Nov2011, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p31
Trade Publication
The article highlights the "J.R. Sugarman," a crane barge built by Alucraft Boat Builders and Designers for Australian Maritime Systems (AMS), which would be used to service moorings and navigational aids within the Sydney Basin area in New South Wales. It relates that the barge measures 13.35 meters in length and has a full load displacement of 9 ton. It is also equipped with a HIAB XS 066 crane and is propelled by two Yamaha F150 outboards that drive it at cruising speeds of 18-22 knots.


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