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Lauren Maya

The ‘Lauren Maya’, launched in August 1998, one month ahead of schedule, is a prime example of the fine workmanship and attention to detail for which Adelaide Ship Construction International has become known.

At 22 metres, the ‘Lauren Maya’ is destined for Port Lincoln, South Australia, where the seas are renowned for their ferocious nature.

The bulbous bow adds to stability and comfort, no matter the sea conditions, ensuring crew remain attentive even after prolonged hours of work.

The distinctive aluminium wheelhouse offers unrivalled 360° views, forward, and of course the rear deck.

Utilising high quality stainless steel bulwark rails and capping reduces the need for costly maintenance and upkeep.

After ‘Lauren Mayas’ successful sea trial, the owner’s shore manager said: “What is there to say….. except that, only knowledge and experience in the industry can produce such results”

The degree of discernment and quality of ‘Lauren Maya’ is evident from all angles.

This latest addition to Adelaide Ship Construction International of thoroughbred work horses is the second “New Generation” trawler built for the Kola family of Port Lincoln.

Vessel Type Prawn Trawler
LOA 22.0 metres
LWL 20.3 metres
Draught 3.0 metres
Beam 7.1 metres
Depth 3.64 metres
Speed 10.0 knots
Materials steel
Location Port Lincoln, SA
Designer Peter James