Jensen design selected for NAVSEA workboat; Tanker blaze raises fears of East China Sea pollution disaster

Jensen design selected for NAVSEA workboat
January 8, 2018 — Jensen Maritime Consultants, a Crowley company, reports that one of its workboat designs will be used by a Pacific Northwest boat builder to fulfill a construction project for the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA). Jensen will supply a functional and regulatory design package for the 41-foot vessel, which will provide ship- and sub-assist services, as well as other port operational services at U.S. Navy port locations around the world.

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