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LeConte to undergo repairs at least cost


November 28, 2019

LeConte docked at Skagway, Alaska

After thorough inspections of the 45-year-old M/V LeConte and the 44-year-old M/V Aurora, the Alaska Marine Highway System is moving forward with repairs for the LeConte.

Engineers inspecting the ships determined that both will require extensive steel replacement. The Aurora will require 20% more steel to be replaced and locations are more challenging because of associated electric, plumbing, and hydraulic lines. Repair work on the Aurora will be more expensive and will take longer.

Estimates for the LeConte repairs are $5.2 million total. Last month, $1.2 million was spent on the ship's...

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