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2018 Ship of the Year: Araho

2018 Ship of the Year: Araho

In March, aboard the new factory trawler Araho, all was a bustle. The vessel, moored at Pier 91 in Seattle, was fresh from making the Panama Canal from Eastern Shipbuilding in Panama City, Fla.

American Ship Review 2018
Hydrus

Hydrus

Named for a small constellation, Hydrus became the brightest star in San Francisco’s Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA) fleet in April.

American Ship Review 2018
Liam J. McCall

Liam J. McCall

“Fast, faster, fastest” is a buzz phrase that aptly describes the evolution of SEACOR Marine’s fleet of fast supply vessels (FSVs).

American Ship Review 2018
J.L. O'Brien

J.L. O'Brien

The 95-foot J.L. O’Brien, delivered in February, is the fourth oil spill response vessel (OSRV) built by Midship Marine Inc. for Clean Gulf Associates, a nonprofit cooperative in New Orleans.

American Ship Review 2018
W.T. Hogarth

W.T. Hogarth

When it came time to replace its aging workhorse R/V Bellows, the Florida Institute of Oceanography (FIO) planned to do what it has always done: Buy and retrofit a used boat.

American Ship Review 2018
2017 Ship of the Year: Protector

2017 Ship of the Year: Protector

The “May grays” had dropped a heavy morning curtain on Port of Long Beach, but the lack of sunshine did little to tarnish the gleam of Protector, the harbor’s new fireboat.

American Ship Review 2017
Atlantic Pioneer

Atlantic Pioneer

On a blue-sea, blue-sky day at Quonset Point in North Kingstown, R.I., Atlantic Pioneer cleared the breakwater and entered Narragansett Bay.

American Ship Review 2017
Magnolia State

Magnolia State

In 2006, General Dynamics NASSCO took on a five-ship contract to build product tankers for U.S. Shipping Partners LP.

American Ship Review 2017
Harvey Sub-Sea

Harvey Sub-Sea

Deep into the Gulf of Mexico oil field doldrums, there are still a few support vessel hulls moving module-by-module toward completion.

American Ship Review 2017
Woods Hole

Woods Hole

The Massachusetts port of Woods Hole harbors an extensive collection of watercraft, most notably fisheries and oceanographic research vessels and the Steamship Authority’s fleet of ferries.

American Ship Review 2017
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