Wolfe Relocates Historic USS Sequoia Yacht

Belfast, ME / October 2023

USS Sequoia is moved on Wolfe steel beams and housemoving dollies
USS Sequoia is backed onto barge ramps
Housemoving dollies drive USS Sequoia onto barge
A Wolfe operator guides dollies with Sequoia over barge ramps
USS Sequoia sits on barge in harbor
Wolfe operators drive USS Sequoia off of barge
USS Sequoia sits on beams and cribbing
USS Sequoia is moved on Wolfe steel beams and housemoving dollies
USS Sequoia is backed onto barge ramps
Housemoving dollies drive USS Sequoia onto barge
A Wolfe operator guides dollies with Sequoia over barge ramps
USS Sequoia sits on barge in harbor
Wolfe operators drive USS Sequoia off of barge
USS Sequoia sits on beams and cribbing

Belfast, ME / October 2023

Wolfe relocated the historic USS Sequoia for a second time in its restoration process, moving it from its existing location onto a barge in Maine, and from the barge to its new site in Maryland. Wolfe lifted the Sequoia and used the Buckingham SmartSteerĀ® System to drive the 105′-long yacht to the waterfront, where they backed it into position and steered it up barge ramps onto the ocean barge. After its journey down the coast, they unloaded it in Maryland, drove it to the new storage location, and set it on beams and cribbing.

Specs

105'-long Wooden Boat

Served Multiple US Presidents

Moved from Maine to Maryland

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