Archive of: Spills

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Coast Guard rescues lift boat crew in Gulf

One of Superior Trust's legs failed near Southwest Pass, La.

Web Bulletin 2017

Tugboat leaks bilge oil into Florida river

Pollution responders contain the spill of 100 gallons from Tutahaca

Web Bulletin 2017
Navy cruiser grounds, spills hydraulic oil

Navy cruiser grounds, spills hydraulic oil

Propeller damage on USS Antietam will likely lead to an extensive dry-docking

Web Bulletin 2017
Union: Sunken US tug a consequence of foreign crews in Canadian waters

Union: Sunken US tug a consequence of foreign crews in Canadian waters

A union leader cites Nathan E. Stewart as Canadian maritime workers protest federal jobs policy

Web Bulletin 2017
Tug breaches, spills fuel after striking moored barge in Seattle

Tug breaches, spills fuel after striking moored barge in Seattle

The tugboat Island Wind struck a moored deck barge at a Seattle terminal, breaching the tug’s hull above the waterline and causing a diesel spill in the Duwamish Waterway.

June/July 2017
Owner praises responders after tug grounds, spills fuel near Ketchikan

Owner praises responders after tug grounds, spills fuel near Ketchikan

An oceangoing tugboat towing a cargo barge ran aground on a charted shoal near Ketchikan, Alaska, while traveling along the Inside Passage.

May 2017
Grounded tug declines tow, then breaches, spills fuel along BC coast

Grounded tug declines tow, then breaches, spills fuel along BC coast

After running aground at night near Bella Bella, British Columbia, the captain of an articulated tug-barge told the Canadian Coast Guard that the ATB was not in danger of sinking.

February 2017

Tugboat sinks, spills fuel in New York reservoir

A dive team is salvaging the unidentified vessel from Schoharie Reservoir

Web Bulletin 2016

Four rescued as landing craft sinks in California

Salvage crews are assessing the World War II-era vessel in the Sacramento River

Web Bulletin 2016
Sunken BC tug lifted from rocks, loaded on barge

Sunken BC tug lifted from rocks, loaded on barge

Nathan E. Stewart, aground for 32 days, spilled 26,000 gallons of fuel

Web Bulletin 2016
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