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Haig Point IV Repower

Haig Point Transportation, located on picturesque Daufuskie Island, SC, has asked DLBA to assist with a repower of the 55’ (17m) HAIG POINT IV vessel in their ferry fleet. DLBA has previously provided similar services for the HAIG POINT II vessel.

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CFD Analysis for High-Speed Catamaran

DLBA is excited to announce a collaboration with Blue Gulf Cat (UAE) on the hydrodynamic design of a 42’ (13m) high-speed catamaran. With a design top speed exceeding 65kts, speed is king on this platform leading to the use of multiple transverse steps on each demi hull to reduce resistance at the highest operating speeds.

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Meet us at the International Workboat Show

The International Workboat Show is set for Wednesday, December 1st – Friday, December 3rd in New Orleans with an estimated 1,000 exhibitors ready to get back to business in person. DLBA is excited to be there with other attendees and exhibitors in this amazing southern state.

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What’s New in Yachting

With the proposal and management spearheaded by DLBA leadership, Gibbs & Cox Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Leidos, was selected to perform additional work in Phase 1 Track A of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s (DARPA) No Manning Required Ship (NOMARS) program.

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