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  • CUNY’s Hybrid Catamaran Research Vessel Taking Shape at Derecktor

    27 July 2016

    Construction is coming along nicely for a new hybrid research vessel being built at Derecktor Shipyard in Mamaroneck, NY. JMS Naval Architects is serving as Owner’s Rep during the construction, outfitting, system tests, and sea trials of the 65-foot, aluminum, hybrid, catamaran, research vessel for City University of New York (CUNY). The vessel will be used…

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  • JMS-Designed Dry Dock Launches New Reinauer Tug at Senesco Marine

    18 July 2016

    JMS Naval Architects designed a 2,500 Long Ton Floating Dry Dock for Senesco Marine.  On Friday, the ATB tug GRACIE M. REINAUER was transferred to the new dry dock in preparation for the new tug’s launch later this week.  The new ATB tug was built at Senesco Marine in North Kingstown, RI for Reinauer Transportation…

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  • JMS-Designed Stevedoring Barge Arrives at Port of Providence Rhode Island

    17 May 2016

    JMS Naval Architects engineered and designed a crane barge for the State of Rhode Island that will be used for stevedoring operations at ProvPort Inc. ProvPort is a nonprofit public-private partnership, formed in 1994, which owns and operates the municipal port of the City of Providence, RI. ProvPort is New England’s premier deep water multimodal facility…

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  • JMS-Designed ARCTICUS Delivered to USGS Great Lakes Science Center

    23 October 2014

    The oceanographic research and fisheries assessment vessel ARCTICUS, designed by JMS Naval Architects (JMS) of Mystic, CT, completed her sea trials and was delivered to the U.S. Geological Survey’s Great Lakes Science Center ( on October 17. The ARCTICUS replaces the R/V GRAYLING and becomes the newest member of a 5-vessel fleet owned and operated…

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