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INLAND BARGES

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DECK BARGES

McDonough Marine Service has a large and varied fleet of flat deck barges available for charter. These barges are designed to carry cargo on deck and differ in size and structural design, depending on their intended use. Deck cargos include pipe, piling, fabricated structures, equipment, rock, palletized material or even horses, cattle, and rocket boosters. In some instances, certain liquid cargos may be carried in the interior watertight compartments. Deck barges are also used as work platforms for workers and machinery, thereby serving as an extension of land. Some of these barges may have raised rake decks. Please contact us for more information on the capacity, load marks, and dead weight of specific barges.

 

 

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SPUD BARGES & POWER SPUDS

Drop Spud Barges can be specially built to support a working crane. This type of barge typically has a boxed stern that provides maximum flotation while operating a crane. Extra strengthening is generally provided under the crane working area by use of additional bulkheads, internal trusses, or deck frames. Wooden crane mats should always be used to further distribute the concentrated load and provide traction for the crane. Drop spud barges can also be used for transportation of general cargo or as work platforms. The spuds are operated by a crane placed aboard the barge or by a spud-winch that may be installed.

 

 

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Hopper Barges

Hoppers are usually of double-hull construction, wherein the sides and bottom of the cargo hold are separated from the hull by void spaces. These barges are designed for efficient transport of commodities in bulk, such as grain, coal, sugar, ore, steel, aggregates, timber products and numerous other cargos.

Hopper barges have a boxed, single raked, or double-raked hull configuration. The hoppers may be covered or open. Covers provide protection of cargos from outside elements. Covers may be roll-top (telescoping), or lift-off (stacking) type.

 

 

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SHALE BARGES

McDonough Marine Service has various barges designated for use in nonhazardous oilfield waste service. These are deck barges with cargo bins and open hopper type barges, both having stabilizing bulkheads in the cargo compartment. These barges are used at oil well drilling sites to contain and transport any liquids and (shale) cuttings produced by the drilling operation that cannot be discharged overboard because of environmental considerations. This cargo is then disposed of by an approved processing company. These barges are subject to rules and regulations promulgated and enforced by the U.S. Coast Guard, which publishes appropriate manuals for public guidance.

 

 

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OCEAN BARGES

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OCEAN BARGES

Oceangoing barges are designed for the transportation of cargo in open sea states. The deck barges provide advantages with open deck space for over-sized cargo, as well as shallow port access.  These barges are built to the requirements set by the U.S. Coast Guard and the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS), as the building Class Society. The Class Society is charged with vessel inspection, construction parameters, and verification of standards. The corresponding Class Society documents are required to be carried on board the vessel at all times.

 

 

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PROJECT CARGO BARGES

McDonough Marine Service offers barges engineered and constructed to transport heavy and concentrated cargo loads. These barge sizes range from 150’ to 400’ in length with designed deck strengths up to 4500 lb./sq.ft. Since many cargos may not require high deck load capacity, McDonough Marine Service offers a large and diverse fleet to transport over-size cargo.

 

 

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PROJECT CARGO BARGES

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BARGE FLEET CHARTS

DECK BARGE FLEET

SPUD BARGE FLEET

1’

2’

3’

4’

72’ x 54’ x 12’6”

1135

1027

810

702

110’ x 40’ x 7’ *

555

485

355

220

120’ x 30’ x 7’

480

365

255

155

140’ x 39’ x 9’

995

825

650

485

140’ x 40’ x 9’

1050

875

700

530

140’ x 45’ x 9’

1255

1060

860

670

160’ x 54’ x 12’ *

2435

2170

1905

1640

180’ x 54’ x 12’

2800

2500

2200

1900

195’ x 35’ x 9’6”

1395

1165

960

755

195’ x 70’ x 10’6” *

3470

3042

2616

2193

200’ x 48’ x 12’

2835

2535

2235

1935

250’ x 54’ x 12’6”

3936

3512

3091

2675

Barge Size

Approximate Short Ton Cargo Capacity at Freeboards of:

60’ x 26’ x 5’

110’ x 30’ x 7’

110’ x 40’ x 7’6” *

140’ x 34’ x 8’

140’ x 40’ x 7’6” *

140’ x 40’ x 9’6”

150’ x 40’ x 10’

160’ x 54’ x 12’6”

180’ x 60’ x 12’

195’ x 35’ x 10’6”

200’ x 40’ x 10’6”

250’ x 54’ x 11’

282’ x 54’ x 12’6”

125

440

892

820

1136

1150

1240

2510

2800

1625

1905

3405

75

340

748

672

954

980

1055

2255

2500

1415

1655

2985

30

235

600

525

768

820

865

2000

2200

1205

1405

2570

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140

457

381

588

660

680

1745

1900

1000

1160

2155

4963

4488

4018

3552

*Some of these barges have spudwells.

LIQUID MUD BARGE FLEET

130’ x 34’ x 7’

USCG Deck

2314

259

Barge Size

Barge Type

Maximum Barrel Capacity

Gross Registered Tonnage

*Barrelage may be less than listed depending on the specific gravity of your cargo.

HOPPER BARGE FLEET

2’

3’

4’

195’ x 35’ x 13’

1880

1670

1460

Barge Size

Approximate Short Ton Cargo Capacity at Freeboards of:

195’ x 35’ x 13’

200’ x 35’ x 13’

1630

2100

1450

1880

1245

1660

2’

4’

6’

8’

30’ x 120’ x 7’

365

155

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50 ton or less

35’ x 120’ x 7’

380

150

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75 ton or less

35’ x 195’ x 10’6”

1415

1000

890

490

100 ton or less

39’ x 140’ x 7’

560

240

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100 ton or less

40’ x 110’ x 7’6”

892

748

600

457

100 ton or less

40’ x 140’ x 7’6”

1136

954

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100 ton or less

45’ x 100’ x 6’6”

425

160

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125 ton or less

45’ x 140’ x 9’

995

620

260

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150 ton or less

50’ x 120’ x 7’

750

345

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175 ton or less

50’ x 160’ x 8’

1035

545

75

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250 ton or less

54’ x 100’ x 7’

615

290

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250 ton or less

54’ x 160’ x 9’

1550

1005

475

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275 ton or less

54’ x 180’ x 12’

2445

1850

1260

670

300 ton or less

55’ x 120’ x 7’

690

300

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250 ton or less

55’ x 135’ x 8’

975

525

100

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250 ton or less

60’ x 130’ x 9’

1220

790

360

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300 ton or less

60’ x 180’ x 12’6”

1885

1385

905

445

300 ton or less

70’ x 180’ x 10’6”

2470

1750

1010

280

400 ton or less

Barge Size

Approximate Short Ton Cargo Capacity at Freeboards of:

30’ x 110’ x 7’

34’ x 140’ x 8’

35’ x 120’ x 8’

39’ x 100’ x 7’

40’ x 110’ x 7’

40’ x 140’ x 7’

40’ x 140’ x 9’

45’ x 100’ x 7’

50’ x 110’ x 7’

50’ x 130’ x 8’

52’ x 110’ x 7’

50’ x 130’ x 7’

54’ x 160’ x 12’

340

820

540

390

485

560

875

465

615

860

660

710

140

672

295

180

220

240

530

210

280

485

315

325

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525

55

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265

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110

———

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381

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54’ x 250’ x 11’

55’ x 120’ x 8’

55’ x 150’ x 9’

60’ x 150’ x 10’

68’ x 140’ x 8’

70’ x 195’ x 10’6”

2170

2985

690

1330

1885

1677

1640

2155

300

830

1385

1096

1110

1965

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345

905

542

590

1165

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445

———

3042

2193

1361

544

Crane Size Commonly Used*

50 ton or less

50 ton or less

75 ton or less

100 ton or less

100 ton or less

100 ton or less

125 ton or less

125 ton or less

150 ton or less

250 ton or less

200 ton or less

250 ton or less

300 ton or less

300 ton or less

250 ton or less

250 ton or less

300 ton or less

300 ton or less

300 ton or less

*Dependent upon proper crane operation and proper use and placement of crane mats.

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POWER SPUD BARGE FLEET

SHALE BARGE FLEET

110’ x 30’ x 7’

USCG Deck

1335

365

140’ x 34’ x 8’

USCG Deck

2400

670

Barge Size

Barge Type

120’ x 30’ x 7’

195’ x 35’ x 12’

USCG Deck

USCG Hopper

1335

6800

365

1500

Maximum Barrel Capacity

Maximum Short Ton Cargo Capacity

*Barrelage may be less than listed depending on the specific gravity of your cargo.

OCEAN BARGES

3’

4’

5’

6’

140’ x 40’ x 9’6”

965

820

660

500

340

160’ x 50’ x 8’ *

 982

787

545

305

75

180’ x 54’ x 12’6” *

2380

2230

1935

1640

1345

200’ x 50’ x 13’

2600

2500

2150

1820

1460

250’ x 72’ x 16’

See pages 12-13 in catalog for details.

260’ x 72’ x 16’

See pages 14-16 in catalog for details.

Barge Size

Approximate Short Ton Cargo Capacity at Freeboards of:

140’ x 40’ x 9’ *

150’ x 55’ x 9’

180’ x 54’ x 12’ *

180’ x 60’ x 12’6” *

210’ x 60’ x 13’6”

250’ x 80’ x 16’

260’ x 100’ x 16’

740

830

2200

2524

3180

580

345

1900

2182

2805

420

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1600

1844

2410

260

250

1300

1509

2015

Loadline

900

1330

2360

2696

3050

See page 16 in catalog for details.

See page 17 in catalog for details.

300’ x 100’ x 19’9”

See pages 17-18 in catalog for details.

318’ x 96’ x 20’

See page 19 in catalog for details.

300’ x 100’ x 18’

400’ x 99’9” x 20’

See page 18 in catalog for details.

See page 19 in catalog for details.

2’

4

6’

8’

34’ x 140’ x 8’

365

155

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50 ton or less

39’ x 100’ x 7’

390

180

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 100 ton or less

40’ x 110’ x 7’6”

485

220

———

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100 ton or less

40’ x 140’ x 7’

560

240

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100 ton or less

54’ x 130’ x 7’

1060

670

290

———

100 ton or less

55’ x 120’ x 7’

690

300

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250 ton or less

Barge Size

Approximate Short Ton Cargo Capacity at Freeboards of:

30’ x 110’ x 7’

34’ x 140’ x 8’

39’ x 140’ x 7’

40’ x 110’ x 7’6”

40’ x 140’ x 7’6”

55’ x 120’ x 7’

70’ x 195’ x 10’6”

340

670

560

748

954

710

3042

140

380

240

457

588

325

2193

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105

———

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1360

———

———

———

———

———

———

544

Crane Size Commonly Used*

50 ton or less

100 ton or less

100 ton or less

100 ton or less

100 ton or less

250 ton or less

300 ton or less

*Dependent upon proper crane operation and proper use and placement of crane mats.

*Some of these barges have spudwells.

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