General MacArthur

C&c Marine And Repair Delivers The General Macarthur To Callan Marine, Llc

June 8, 2020 – Belle Chasse, LA based C&C Marine and Repair recently delivered to Callan Marine, LLC the
General MacArthur, a new 24,000 horsepower (18,000 kw), 290’ x 72’ x 16’ Cutterhead Suction Dredge. The
General MacArthur has a digging depth of 97 feet, a suction diameter of 34 inches and a discharge diameter of
32 inches. C&C Marine and Repair, LLC completed construction of the vessels hull and superstructure in less
than sixteen months.

The General MacArthur was designed by Downey Engineering, based in Metairie, LA. The vessel includes three
(3) MAK diesel-electric engines, along with two (2) Caterpillar diesel driven generators. The vessel’s
accommodations include a total of 33 beds, a galley, gym and TV/Rec Room, conference room, laundry facilities,
engineer’s office, captain stateroom, and chief engineer’s stateroom. The vessel was outfitted with a soft-core
joiner system throughout the accommodation spaces for added crew comfort and safety.
All major dredging equipment on the project was supplied and installed by SPI/Mobile Pulley Works. All major
electrical equipment was supplied by M&I Electrical. Installation of all electrical equipment was done by
Versatech, Inc.

The General MacArthur was the second dredge built by C&C Marine and Repair in the past sixteen (16) months.
C&C Marine previously delivered the J.S. Chatry to Weeks Marine in February of 2019. The J.S. Chatry was a
22,000 HP, 310’ x 72’ x 17’, Cutterhead Suction Dredge, with a discharge diameter of 30 inches. C&C Marine and
Repair, LLC completed construction of the vessels hull and superstructure in less than eighteen months.
C&C Marine and Repair has been building support vessels and components for the dredging industry since 1997.
What started as repairs to existing dredges evolved into the fabrication and construction of hopper barges, deck
barges, anchor barges, supply barges, and idler barges for various customers in the dredging industry. “C&C
Marine’s facilities are well suited to handle new construction dredge projects. We’ve been able to develop a
build strategy that is efficient and cost effective for our customers.” States Tony Cibilich, owner of C&C Marine
and Repair.

C&C Marine and Repair was established in 1997 and is in Belle Chasse, LA, on 80 acres along the Intracoastal
Waterway. The company designs and builds towboats, dredges, offshore supply vessels, barges, and a variety of
other marine vessels. The company’s facilities are designed to perform all new construction under roof.

New Fabrication Bay

C&c Marine And Repair Acquires New Fabrication Building At Belle Chasse, La Shipyard

May 20, 2020 – Belle Chasse, LA based C&C Marine and Repair has announced the acquisition of a 35,000
square foot fabrication building from Versabar, Inc. The new fabrication bay brings C&C Marine and Repairs
total, under-roof, indoor fabrication facilities to 540,000 square feet. The new facility has four (4) 40-ton
overhead gantry cranes, equipped with 10-ton auxiliary cranes. C&C Marine and Repair took possession of the
building from Versabar, Inc., following the expiration of a lease back provision in the 2018 Purchase Agreement
between the two parties. C&C Marine and Repair will utilize the new building for new construction projects.
“We will make some minor modifications to the building, but otherwise we should be able to start vessel
fabricating by June 2020”, says Tony Cibilich, owner of C&C Marine and Repair.

This latest expansion to the C & C Marine and Repair shipyard follows the completion of their new 6,600 square
foot Pipe Blasting shop, back in March 2020. “We were able to increase the footprint of an existing fabrication
building by extending the slab and adding a lean-to. We outfitted the space with a Viking Automatic Pipe
Blasting machine and an Automatic Pipe Fitting Blasting machine”, explains Matthew Dobson, who oversaw the
project for C&C Marine and Repair. The new facility measures 120’ x 55’ and is under-roof. The machines can
blast pipe between 1” and 12” in diameter. The new facility allows C&C Marine and Repair more flexibility with
their production schedule by blasting and painting the pipe and fittings in-house.

The recent expansion and improvements to the shipyard have been made to accommodate the growing pipeline
of projects. Through the first quarter of 2020, C&C Marine and Repair has completed production of a 6,600 HP
(Triple-Z Drive) Towboat, a 2,600 HP Towboat, two Deck Barges, a Spud Barge, and two 30,000 BBL Tank Barges.
By the end of the second quarter, C&C Marine will have completed and delivered a second 2,600 HP Towboat,
another Deck Barge, and a 2,000 HP Diesel-Electric Cutterhead Suction Dredge, in addition to multiple projects
in various stages of construction.

Tony Cibilich, owner of C&C Marine and Repair states, “We have been fortunate to remain busy during the
Coronavirus Pandemic. C&C Marine and Repair has had to implement new policies and make changes to our
facilities to adapt to the impact of Covid-19, but there has been little impact to our production schedule. The
new fabrication building will help with our current production, while providing the additional capacity for new
jobs”.

All these additions have made C & C Marine and Repair well positioned to maintain its role as a technological
leader and innovator in the marine fabrication and repair industry.

Randy Mauer

C&C Marine and Repair delivers fifth towboats to Marquette Transportation Company

March 30, 2020 – The m/v Randy Mauer was designed by CT Marine, based in Portland, ME. The unique design includes three
Cummins QSK60-M main engines, provided by Cummins Mid-South. The engines are paired to three Steerprop
SP25D azimuthing z-drive thrusters, provided by Karl Senner, LLC. The triple azimuthing z-drive configuration
allows for optimal speed, power and maneuverability. In addition, the z-drives operate at lower engine loads to
boost fuel efficiency.

The vessel offers accommodations for 13 crewmembers. The vessel’s superstructure is supported on a bed of
springs for added crew comfort, and a soft-core jointer system installed in the accommodation spaces for
additional comfort and fire safety. The soft-core system was installed, as part of the joiner system, by Marine
Interior Systems.

C&C Marine and Repair was established in 1997 and is located in Belle Chasse, LA, on 80 acres along the
Intracoastal Waterway. The company designs and builds towboats, offshore supply vessels, dredges, and
barges, along with a variety of other marine vessels. The company’s facilities are designed to perform all new
construction under roof and perform barge repairs on land.