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Mississippi (USACE)
8888724
Length 240 feet - Width 58 feet - Triple Screw Cat 3606TA, 6270 hp
Built 1993 by Halter Marine, Inc., Moss Point, MS

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   Last Updated at 14:24 on Thursday, November 5, 2009   
Copyright Photo by Ed Tremewan - Thanks, Ed!
Downbound At Memphis, TN, 8/2009
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The Mississippi is the largest towboat ever built in the United States.
She is 241 feet long, 58 feet wide and five stories high, and is powered
by three 2,100-hp diesel engines. Her primary mission is to move barges
in support of bank stabilization work on the lower Mississippi River.
However, each spring and late summer, she hosts a series of Mississippi
River Commission public meetings, with the late summer trip coming as
far north as St. Paul, MN.






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