Reynolds

Reynolds

About the Ship

Reynolds is used to remove large debris such as trees and pier timbers from the water. She home ports in Baltimore and patrols each day to remove hazards to navigation in the federal channel of the Baltimore Harbor. Her daily routine on a cold day in January 2008 turned out to be not-so-routine when her crew saved a life, rescuing a man in the water whose boat had capsized. Reynolds participated in Star-Spangled Sailabration in 2012 and Star-Spangled Spectacular in 2014.

Specifications

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Flag: USA
Home port: Baltimore, Maryland
Type: debris removal vessel
Built: 1992
Length: 65’
Draft: 6’
Beam: 22’
Freeboard: 7’
Tons: 99
Service speed: 9 knots
Working crew: 6

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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers: Debris Unit

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