Archive of: Roundups, Ship Roundups

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Crew/supply boats

Crew/supply boats

Oil rules along the Gulf’s shipyard coast, and confidence ebbed for a while after Deepwater Horizon. The drilling moratorium saw rigs and support vessels leaving for oil fields off the coasts of Brazil and Africa.

American Ship Review 2013
Moran acquires the first of a new class of broad-beam docking tugs

Moran acquires the first of a new class of broad-beam docking tugs

American Tugboat Review 2012
Despite slow economy, some towboat yards still built several boats

Despite slow economy, some towboat yards still built several boats

Several inland shipyards saw no shortage of towboat orders in 2011 and some made several multi-boat deliveries to new and repeat customers.

American Tugboat Review 2012
Pilots, Fire, Patrol

Pilots, Fire, Patrol

A 64-foot fireboat capable of 45 knots, a new series of yard patrol boats for the U.S. Naval Academy and a trickle of pilot boats highlight this busy segment of the industry.

American Ship Review 2012
Crew/Supply Boats

Crew/Supply Boats

The refrain of Gulf Coast shipyards, lining the bayous close to the offshore oil, has morphed from location, location, location to uncertainty, uncertainty, uncertainty.

American Ship Review 2012
Ferries

Ferries

Swan Quarter, a new 220-foot, 50-vehicle ferry, is built for the short chop and constant winds of North Carolina's shallow Pamlico Sound.

American Ship Review 2012
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