Boat Services

Sea Engineering maintains a fleet of workboats ranging from 17 to 74 feet in length. Our vessels support our wide range of services including hydrographic and geophysical surveys, construction and diving operations, and are also available for charter. Our main support vessels are the 74-foot Huki Pau and 43-foot Huki Pono out of Hawaii, and our 32-foot Huki Wana stationed in California.

Capabilities

  • Salvage
  • Mobilization
  • Transport
  • Logistical support for oceanographic or research projects

Representative Projects

Huki Pau

The Huki Pau is a 74-foot twin-screw workboat set up to support diving and marine construction operations in the Hawaiian islands. The vessel has a large open well-deck, knuckleboom crane, and built-in diving stations.

 General

  • Length Overall: 74’-0"
  • Beam 21’-0"
  • Draft Light: 4’-3"
  • Hull Material: Aluminum
  • Cargo Capacity: 120,000 lbs.
  • Open Foredeck: 43’ x 17’
  • Open Afterdeck: 8’ x 19’, with swim step
  • Main Engines: 4 ea. GM-671, twin screw, 2:1
  • Allison gears
  • Genset: 25 kW Yanmar
  • Fuel 950 Gallons
  • Cruising Speed: 9 knots
  • Range: 450 nautical miles
  Huki Pau

Safety

  • EPIRB
  • Flares
  • Life jackets
  • High water level alarm
  • Halon system in engine compartment
  • Bilge pumps (2 each Pacer hydraulic)

Accommodations

  • Three crew berths
  • Full galley
  • Enclosed head and shower

Electronics

  • Furuno depth sounder
  • Furuno differential GPS
  • VHF radio
  • CB radio
  • Autopilot
  • Remote steering station
 

Special Facilities/Equipment

  •  Air conditioned wheelhouse and 204 sq. ft. deckhouse
  • Hydraulic system: 62 gpm, 3000 psi
  • Operable hydraulic bow ramp
  • Four-point mooring system (4 each Keypower winches, 4 each 1000-lb. anchors
  • Crane (National, 7000-lb. capacity, certified)
  • Two built-in dive stations with Quincy 340 compressor
  • Aurora 500 gpm fire pump

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Huki Pono

The Huki Pono is a 43-foot twin screw workboat set up to support diving and marine survey operations in the Hawaiian islands. The vessel has two steering stations and a large, air-conditioned deckhouse ideal for use as a support center for survey or ROV operations.

  • Owner-Operator: Sea Engineering, Inc.
  • Dimensions: 43 feet x 14 ft x 6 ft
  • Manufacturer: Delta Marine, Seattle, WA
  • Year Built: 1985
  • Hull Type: Fiberglass, semi-displacement, hard chine
  • Steering stations: Two (wheelhouse and back deck)
  • Certification: U.S. Coast Guard documented for 30 passengers plus two crew
  Huki Pono

Propulsion/Performance

  • Twin Caterpillar 3208 marine diesels, 320 hp each
  • 500 gallon fuel capacity
  • 19 knot cruising speed
  • Range: 300 nautical miles at cruise speed 

Accommodations

  • Four single berths forward
  • Refrigerator
  • Microwave oven
  • 75 gallons potable water
  • Enclosed head

Electronics

  • Furuno Model 501 depth sounder
  • Furuno Model 1650 differential GPS
  • Polaris VHF radio
  • Cybernet CB radio
 

Special Facilities/Equipment

  • Air conditioned wheelhouse and 110 sq. ft. deckhouse
  • 18 Kw generator
  • Hydraulic system: 25 gpm, 2500 psi, quick disconnect, ports on deck for winches and equipment.
  • 180 sq. ft. aft deck
  • Articulating stern A-frame (2,000 pound capacity) with 4000 lb. winch
  • Stern swim step

Safety

  • Two 15-person life rafts
  • EPIRB
  • Flares
  • Life jackets
  • High water level alarm
  • Halon system in engine compartment

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Huki Wana

  • Owner-Operator: Sea Engineering, Inc.
  • Length Overall: 32'
  • Beam: 10'
  • Draft Light: 3.2'

Safety

  • EPIRB
  • Flares
  • Life jackets

Electronics

  • Depth Sounder
  • GPS
  • VHF radio
  • CB radio

Special Facilities/Equipment

  • 1000lb. Winch and boom.
  Huki Wana

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