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Tuesday August 16, 2022 (1 month, 2 weeks ago)


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FALMOUTH – The Steamship Authority has announced that it will purchase two Offshore Supply Vessels to add to its fleet.  The sister ships were used for the oil and gas industry off the Gulf Coast and will eventually replace the open-deck freight vessels M/V Gay Head and M/V Katama, said Authority Communications Director Sean Driscoll.  […] The post Steamship Authority Acquiring Two Vessels appeared first on CapeCod.com.

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