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1. Florida Marine Transporters tweaks proven design for new retractable
Over the last decade, Florida Marine Transporters has embarked on an unprecedented building program that has transformed its inland fleet.
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2. Commuter headaches, toll roads boost popularity of Va. ferry fleet
Only the occasional muffled sound emanating from the BAE Systems shipyard across the Elizabeth River from Norfolk’s Waterside Marketplace and the low drone of Elizabeth River Ferry II approaching from Portsmouth cut the quiet of a September morning washing over Hampton Roads.
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3. Hybrid boat spreads environmental awareness article 100 %
4. Genesis Marine welcomes new class of ‘go-anywhere’ towboats
Last August, the 84-foot Elizabeth Prince left the John Bludworth Shipyard in Corpus Christi, Texas, and joined Genesis Marine’s inland fleet.
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5. Crew boat built to perform and to entertain article 100 %
6. On the boat, or off? article 100 %
7. Newest Z-Tech escort tugs offer smaller footprint and plenty of horsepower
There were seven azimuthing stern drive (ASD) tugs under construction during a recent visit to Eastern Shipbuilding’s Nelson Street yard, and all were destined for G&H Towing, the operating company for Suderman & Young Towing and Bay-Houston Towing.
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8. Katrina spawns new facility, new era of training at Delgado
Hurricane Katrina, the banshee that visited floodwaters upon the Gulf Coast in 2005, created an endless list of rebuilding and recovery projects.
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9. Tampa tug designed with wider beam to improve stability
An azimuthing stern drive tug with 75 tons of bollard pull seems like a lot of muscle to assist in docking a tank barge, but the adage “no job is too small” often rules the day.
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10. Sabine Pilots bank on new boat’s deep-V hull design
The Sabine Pilots took delivery of the 53.5-foot Port Arthur, a Chesapeake-class aluminum pilot boat from Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding of Somerset, Mass., last spring.
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11. Something old, something new: Tall ships take New Orleans with modern hand
In 1718, Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville of the French Mississippi Company sailed up the Mississippi River and established La Nouvelle-Orleans, now New Orleans, the Crescent City.
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12. Fast Server
Spotting the brilliant orange and yellow of an Edison Chouest oilfield support vessel in the Gulf of Mexico is as common as spotting egrets in a Louisiana swamp, and the boats soon will be even more common.
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13. Compact Bisso z-drive boasts Canadian lines, Mississippi bones
It was only a matter of time before a Robert Allan Ltd.-designed azimuthing stern drive tug joined 17 other z-drives, spread among four companies, working the Mississippi River from its mouth to Baton Rouge, La.
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14. New Texas A&M boat gets researchers right where they need to go
As Capt. Steve Brown entered Bolivar Roads at the entrance to Galveston Bay, he opened up the Scania mains, propelling Texas A&M’s new 65-foot research and training vessel up to 22 knots, then demonstrated a very flat turn at speed.
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15. Harbor police: Keeping a key oil port secure article 100 %
16. Tug festival of parades, lights and heritage
Wendy Murray, manager at the Alcove Marina & Pub, a funky tavern perched on a backwater channel of the Hudson River in Schuylerville, N.Y., summed it up: “All we hear about all year long is the Waterford Tugboat Roundup.”
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17. 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.
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18. Crowley tugs keep pace at bustling LA/Long Beach
The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach kept Crowley Maritime’s fleet of four tugs busy last spring, with each vessel conducting 110 to 120 ship moves per month.
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19. Louisiana lugger tug works the shallow-water bays and bayous
Capt. Kenneth Helmer and mate George Clement, the two-man crew on George C, a 68-foot-by-26-foot lugger tug moored at the Venice Marina, north of Head of Passes on the Mississippi River, were making ready to leave on a rig move in March.
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20. Heritage Marine rejuvenates Gulf tugs for service at Great Lakes port
When Michael Ojard founded Heritage Marine in the Great Lakes port of Duluth/Superior in 2007, his ancestral heritage furnished him with the name.
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