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Genesis Marine adding to strength of inland fleet

Genesis Marine adding to strength of inland fleet

Genesis Marine has launched another towboat to join Shannon Mary and Robert Anthony.

American Tugboat Review 2015
Salute to the F-117 with a faceted design

Salute to the F-117 with a faceted design

It’s been six years since Reinauer Transportation Co. took delivery of its first “facet tug” built with a hard-edged steel hull instead of the standard faired shape.

American Tugboat Review 2015
Signet harbor tug boldly goes where others cannot

Signet harbor tug boldly goes where others cannot

Signet Vigilant is designed to work where bigger harbor tugs cannot go.

American Tugboat Review 2015
Moran adds another beamy workhorse from Washburn & Doughty

Moran adds another beamy workhorse from Washburn & Doughty

It’s a proven pedigree, a mix of muscle and maneuverability with a wide beam for greater stability at higher speeds.

American Tugboat Review 2015
Vane Bros. gets energized with Elizabeth Anne class

Vane Bros. gets energized with Elizabeth Anne class

Even the Energizer bunny would tire trying to keep up with a decade of fleet expansion by Vane Bros.

American Tugboat Review 2015
New Alaska Titans depend on z-drives

New Alaska Titans depend on z-drives

When Western Towboat of Seattle started building its first Titan ASD long-haul tug at its base on the Seattle Ship Canal in 1995, owners Ric and Bob Shrewsbury were simply responding to the growth of barge service to southeast Alaska.

American Tugboat Review 2015

Articulated tug-barge units in service in North America

American Tugboat Review 2015

Articulated tug-barge units in service in North America

Following is a list of articulated tug-barge units (ATBs) in service in U.S. and Canadian waters. Listed alphabetically 
by company name. Updated as of May 2013.

American Tugboat Review 2013
ATB Legacy strives to be the safest and greenest as well as the biggest

ATB Legacy strives to be the safest and greenest as well as the biggest

The first of Crowley Maritime’s three 750-class ATBs is working in the Gulf of Mexico on long-term charter to Marathon Petroleum.

American Tugboat Review 2012
In its Ocean class, Crowley sets a new standard for offshore towing

In its Ocean class, Crowley sets a new standard for offshore towing

Responding to market expectations, Crowley Maritime, in conjunction with its subsidiary in Seattle, Jensen Maritime Consultants, has designed and engineered the Ocean class tugboat.

American Tugboat Review 2012
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