Originally built by Broward Shipyards in 1995, Serque was completely rebuilt in 2008 at Lauderdale Marine Center. This was a refit of refits as she was deconstructed to her aluminum frames and extended an additional 18 feet with multiple system adjustments including the engines. The engines now boost
her up to 20 knots at top speed and 12 knots at cruising speed. DLBA
developed her naval architecture and design adjustments. The owner was thrilled with the outcome.
130′ / 40m
23′ / 7m
2×1,800 hp / 1,342 kw
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