RV Aqua Quest

Built in 1964, Aqua Quest’s construction yard was located in Houma, Louisiana, where vessels are designed for rugged offshore oilfield services. She has been owned and operated by Captain, Bob Mayne, since 1987. The steel hull measures sixty-five feet in length, draws seven feet, and has a beam of twenty-two feet. She is a documented vessel bearing certificate 296154, carrying sixty net tons with a gross weight of eighty-nine tons.

Powered by two 8-71 Detroit diesels, Aqua Quest is fitted out with a pair of 2-71, twenty KW generators and a five-thousand gallon fuel tank capacity. She carries two-thousand gallons of water and is equipped with an R/O water maker producing an additional two hundred and fifty gallons of fresh water per day. The vessel has nine air-conditioned births.

RV Aqua Quest Discoverer

Aqua Quest Discoverer is the newest addition to our fleet. She was commissioned in 1972.  The hull is constructed with double planked Alaskan yellow cedar over white oak laminated frames with bronze fasteners.  Deck house / super structure is constructed of 1/4 ” aluminum with a fire proof interior.

Basic Details
Make:   Peterson Ship Building
Model:  YP-672
Length: 80 ft
Year:   1972
Hull Material:  Wood
Draft:  6 ft 5 in
Number of Engines:      4
Fuel Type:      Diesel
Number: 4775836
LOA:    80 ft
Beam:   18 ft 6 in
Max Draft:      6 ft 5 in
Fuel Tanks Capacity:    2100 gal
Fresh Water Tanks Capacity:     400 gal
Holding Tank Capacity:  280 gal

Four Detroit Diesel 671 Inboard Engines