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    KVICHAK/MARCO Pollution Control Products

    KVICHAK/MARCO Offshore Class

      Offshore VOSS 19
    (formerly known as "Class XI (eleven)")
    Number in service: 17
    First built in the early 1980s, the VOSS 19 was KVICHAK/MARCO’s first venture into Vessel of Opportunity Skimming Systems. It was adopted by the US Navy. In a version introduced in 1992, 15 were purchased by National Response Corporation, where they are relied upon above everything else in their fleet for oil recovery throughout North America and overseas.

      Offshore 36 Oil Recovery Vessel
    (formerly known as "Class V (five)")
    Number in service: 29
    First delivered to the US Navy in 1977, the 24 Class V skimmers have long been the workhorses of their offshore oil spill clean-up fleet. They were touted widely during the EXXON VALDEZ spill as the only skimmers that were able to handle the spilled oil. Individual units are also owned by Alyeska Pipeline Company (Alaska, USA), Petrobel (Egypt), Phillips Petroleum (England), Keelung Harbor Bureau (Taiwan) and Kaohsiung Harbor Bureau (Taiwan).

      Offshore 50 Oil Recovery Vessel
    (formerly known as "Class VII [seven]")
    Number in service: 3
    Delivered between 1977 and 1983, these three ocean-capable skimming vessels remain in service at oil terminals in British Columbia (Canada), Ras Tanura (Saudi Arabia), and Alaska (USA).

      Offshore 75 Tractor Oil Recovery Vessel
    A 22-meter ocean-capable skimming vessel designed for Burrard Clean to accommodate the high tidal currents along the Canadian Pacific coast. It is stationed in Victoria, British Columbia and is equipped with the first 120cm-wide Filterbelt module ever built.


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