Maritime Administration Taps Tote Services for Training Ship Construction Mgmt

Jeff Brody

The Department of Transportation's Maritime Administration has selected Tote Services to manage the construction of a new national security training ship under a $39.1M contract.

The company will choose a shipyard and apply industry best practices for the delivery of the National Security Multi-Mission Vessel, MARAD said Tuesday.

NSMV is designed to serve as a training platform for state maritime academies, and provide up to 600 trainees with instructional spaces and a practice bridge.

The ship would also be geared to support the government's disaster response missions.

Tote aims to deliver the ship by fall of 2022.

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