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1. From Chicago to Peoria, navigating the Illinois Waterway article 100 %
2. Back and forth across the St. Johns River article 100 %
3. Weeks Marine suction dredge vital to restoring Louisiana’s coastline
On a drizzly Gulf Coast morning in March, the Weeks Marine cutter suction dredge C.R. McCaskill was pumping a thick mud sludge of dredge spoil through a 30-inch diameter pipe at 400 psi on a six-mile journey into Louisiana’s marshland. It took the mud 25 minutes to reach its destination.
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4. Crew/Supply Boats article 100 %
5. Vintage tug finds lots to do in New York’s nooks and crannies article 100 %
6. Texas pilots go bigger, bolder with Metal Shark newbuild
On a late January run out to the containership Bomar Resolute, anchored near the Freeport, Texas, sea buoy, the recently delivered Brazos Pilot was bucking a 6-to-8-foot sea.
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7. Crescent tugs bulk up to handle new era of megaships
Shortly after the Panama Canal expansion was completed in June 2016, new containerships carrying twice the cargo of Panamax vessels began arriving in the Port of Savannah, Ga.
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8. New Metal Shark duo speeds Lower Miss. pilot transfers
Belle Chasse Marine Transportation (BCMT) began operations in 1977 on the Mississippi River with one crew boat.
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9. Ferries find new life on Long Island Sound article 100 %
10. Arctic Titan: another extraordinary tug for Western Towboat
While phrases such as “Go west, young man” have lost their verve, “North to Alaska” is still a vibrant one for Seattle-based Western Towboat.
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11. Deep-draft Crescent Towing tugs have power to spare
For Crescent Towing of New Orleans, Mardi Gras came twice this year.
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12. Getting that ‘kid in a candy store’ feeling
Bisso Towboat is celebrating its 125th anniversary in business with the delivery of Becky S., the fifth z-drive tug in the company’s New Orleans fleet.
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13. Bouchard aims for fuel efficiency in its new ATBs
Capacity is an obvious focal point when designing an articulated tug-barge (ATB).
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14. Longtime interest in Gulf-built tug comes full circle for Mohawk
The story of the tugboat Michael, acquired by Mohawk Northeast in 2015, began in Florida a decade earlier when the family-owned construction company decided to upgrade its fleet.
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15. Sally Fox
For the 200 commuters disembarking on Seattle’s Pier 50 from Vashon Island on a drizzly July morning, their crisp new ride — the catamaran Sally Fox — provided a bright way to start the day.
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16. Atlas
Seabulk adds a powerful new z-drive tug to its Lakes Charles fleet
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17. Bouchard finds sweet spot with newest ATB class
A few years ago, as Bouchard Transportation looked to expand its fleet of articulated tug-barges, company officials were leaning toward building mega-vessels capable of moving 350,000 barrels of fuel.
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18. Reappearance of long-lost sign from repair yard brings a smile article 100 %
19. Covering Puget Sound: Crowley's diverse fleet gets the jobs done article 100 %
20. Patriot
Marine Towing of Tampa’s new tug is a bit longer and much more capable
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