JMS designs 53 foot tankship with diesel outboard propulsion

A self-propelled, 53- by 18-foot, 10,000 gallon, USCG inspected, double-hull tankship designed by JMS Naval Architects, Mystic, Conn., is unique for its compact size and diesel outboard propulsion. Propulsion is provided by a pair of 300 HP high performance Cox Powertrain CXO300 diesel outboard engines made by COX Marine. The four-stroke, V8 CXO300 delivers a combination of high power, high torque, and single fuel, enabling it to offer the same performance and efficiency of an inboard, but with the convenience and flexibility of an outboard.
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