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1. Big ships and tight corners require nimble, powerful tugs article 100 %
2. In the spirit of collaboration, Western Towboat readies Arctic Titan article 100 %
3. Muscular Seaway Guardian has big shoes to fill
Tugboat watchers along the Saint Lawrence Seaway between Massena, N.Y., and Lake Ontario will witness a changing of the guard during the 2020 shipping season.
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4. At age 86, Entech’s Basile hasn’t stopped innovating yet article 100 %
5. Portland Tugboat: Keeping the oil flowing north article 100 %
6. Lake Champlain ferries form a temporary link as new bridge takes shape article 100 %
7. Hannibal riverboat honors Mark Twain article 100 %
8. New boat gives Fla. city speed and punch needed to fight fires article 100 %
9. Two big ASD tugs custom-designed for moving LNG tankers article 100 %
10. Model-bow tugboats capable of inland, offshore operations article 100 %
11. Moran acquires the first of a new class of broad-beam docking tugs article 100 %
12. Shipyard finds its niche in truckable pushboats and smaller workboats article 100 %
13. Productive and punctual, Jones Act tanker is ray of sunshine for Chevron article 100 %
14. Smaller tugs give East Coast bunkering company room to maneuver
Over the past eight years, 21 new Vane Brothers tugs have been delivered from Thoma-Sea Boat Builders, of Houma, La., and Chesapeake Shipbuilding, of Salisbury, Md.
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15. ACO's supply vessels thrive 'on the shelf' article 100 %
16. Teddy Meyer article 100 %
17. La. Wildlife & Fisheries boat covers the water in a hurry article 100 %
18. Probing the depths: Dive vessel provides a base for subsea workers article 100 %
19. Six-cylinder tugs prove their mettle in Mobile Bay
On a crisp day in early January, the Crescent Towing tugboat Lisa Cooper crossed the Mobile River and joined the shiny new tug J.K. McLean at the C&G Boat Works dock.
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20. Wood hull and wood heat: Former Army transport keeps Maine islanders supplied and warm article 100 %
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