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1. Tug built for Alaskan waters gets a warm welcome in New York
A tour of the ports of New York and New Jersey aboard Donjon Marine’s tug, the 81-by-28-foot Meagan Ann, affords a mere glimpse of the company’s numerous and diverse operations in one of the world’s busiest harbors.
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2. 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.
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3. Gramma Lee T. Moran: A new generation article 100 %
4. 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.
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5. Family tugboat business serves growing ‘saltie’ trade at Thunder Bay
Couched in the lee of Lake Superior’s legendary Sleeping Giant, the tugs Glenada and Miseford slipped through the water of Lakehead Harbour, fronting the city of Thunder Bay, Ontario, heading for the James Richardson International Terminal and the grain-laden ship BBC Mississippi.
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6. New Dry Tortugas ferry is fast, green, comfortable
On a winter’s day, the 70-mile crossing from Key West, Fla., to Dry Tortugas National Park — Sunshine State or not — can be a cool and rough one.
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7. Hydrus
Named for a small constellation, Hydrus became the brightest star in San Francisco’s Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA) fleet in April.
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8. Columbia River tug designed for barge work and ship escort
In early February the 80-foot ASD tug Sommer S, was taking shape in Diversified Marine’s dry dock, its z-drives waiting to be installed. The tug joined the Shaver Transportation fleet in May.
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9. Paducah thrives from the vessels, crews operating on its many rivers article 100 %
10. A family tradition: ASD tugs on the Mississippi article 100 %
11. Crew/supply boats
Port Fourchon, La., is a lonely place to moor a boat this year.
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12. High-powered pumper fills critical response gap in San Francisco
On a heart-stopping clear day in March, San Francisco’s new fireboat, veiled in a gauzelike spray of water shooting from its six cannons in front of The Embarcadero, created an impressionistic rendering of the Bay Bridge.
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13. After six decades on the water, Townsend ready to pass the baton
At the age of 10, Corning Townsend began a life immersed in the maritime world.
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14. Brawny Crescent z-drive takes on all comers in Big Easy
On an overcast day last November, the bright yellow Crescent Towing tugs Mardi Gras and South Carolina, bows bibbed for Navy work, lent color to the metal gray day.
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15. Tier 4 offshore support tug ready to work the oil patch
Harvey Gulf International Marine’s new tugboat could be overlooked amid a steady newbuild program of sophisticated oil field support vessels and the first LNG fleet of OSVs in the U.S.
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16. Foss tugs work in unison to assist ro-ro ship at Tacoma
The tugboats Henry Foss and Marshall Foss idled slow bell in the Tacoma, Wash., harbor.
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17. ‘Twin Towers’ assist with Manhattan dredge work article 100 %
18. With fresh paint and new engines, tug begins long tow to Uruguay
The 115-foot tug Ocean Tower was recently in New Orleans with a sparkling new paint job and a new power train.
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19. Arcturus & Polaris
New Signet ASD tugs are guiding lights in powerful modern designs
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20. Signet Magic
Signet Magic: Small, powerful tug designed to thrive in tight spots
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