Vigor completes repower of AMHS ferry

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Vigor completes repower of AMHS ferry

August 29, 2014—Naval architecture and marine engineering firm Elliott Bay Design Group (EBDG) reports that the repower of the M/V Columbia, the Alaska Marine Highway System’s flagship vessel, has been completed. EBDG provided design services and ongoing owner support services for the ferry’s repower, which was performed by Vigor Marine’s Portland, OR, shipyard. The repower included replacing all ancillary equipment to the engines.

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