SS Mount Washington AOT-5076   -   LAST VOYAGE
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The Mount Washington is carrying an "OFFSHORE PETROLEUM DISCHARGE SYSTEM" [OPDS] on her deck.
Displacement 65,800 t.(fl) 
Length 736'  Beam 102'  Draft 40' (max)
Speed 15.3 kts. Complement 38,
Cargo Capacity 364,000 bbls fuel oil
Armament none
Propulsion Steam turbines, 2 boilers, 1 shaft, 21,500 shp,
Mount Washington Class Tanker:
Laid down in 1963, as ST Mount Washington, at Bethlehem Steel Corp. Quincy MA.
Completed and delivered to Mount Washington Tanker Co, 31 October 1963
Title transferred to the Maritime Commission (Exchange Program), 5 November 1987
ST Mount Washington (AOT-5076) is one of the MSC's thirteen Common User Tankers and
One of the 90 RRF ships in the Sealift Program Office (PM5)
ST Mount Washington is laid up in in the National Defense Reserve Fleet, Suisun Bay, Benicia, CA.

              

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TradeWinds's Towing Tug Rachel 

is making the tow.


Rachel arrived at Pier 50 on 12-5-2013.
Photo left displays
 how the ship waited to be picked up.

The tow began on Monday, December 9, 2013
 at 1140 hours.
ETA. Balboa, Panama is January 5, 2013.

Bay Departure Map


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