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1. 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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2. Wood hull and wood heat: Former Army transport keeps Maine islanders supplied and warm article 100 %
3. Powerful new vessels bolster Boston Towing’s escort tug fleet article 100 %
4. Fifth-generation McAllister becomes top leader in family business, AWO
The first half of 2013 was eventful in the life of Brian Buckley McAllister. First it was announced that Buckley, the son of Capt. Brian McAllister and a fifth-generation member of the famous New York tugboat family, was promoted to president of McAllister Towing and Transportation Co., a position his father held since 1984.
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5. God of thunder packs a punch article 100 %
6. New pilot boat navigates the mouth of the Mississippi article 100 %
7. Great Lakes Towing seeks opportunity in adversity article 100 %
8. New Navy tractors steal the show from traditional YTBs article 100 %
9. New Navy z-drive tugs exhibit power and finesse article 100 %
10. New Chicago tour boat harkens to luxury yachts of 1920s article 100 %
11. New Orleans optimistic about recovery, as marine operators deploy new tugboats article 100 %
12. Securing LNG article 100 %
13. Crew boat builders struggle to keep the torches lit
Although the crew boat shipyards, tucked among the sugarcane fields lining Bayou Teche in south Louisiana, are in a deep slump, Gulf Craft, Breaux Brothers and Breaux’s Bay Craft are still employing skeleton crews on a smattering of orders.
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14. Tug captain's career spanned era marked by progress and conflict article 100 %
15. Z-drive reports for duty on the lower Mississippi article 100 %
16. Watch-standers ensure smooth sailing at tight Port Everglades
Florida's Port Everglades resembles an airport, right down to a control tower overlooking the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway (AIW) running between the port and a narrow barrier island that is the John U. Lloyd Beach State Park.
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17. Offshore LNG Projects Provides Boost for Boston Towing Company article 100 %
18. World’s most famous crane? Shuttle move shines spotlight on Weeks
With a late afternoon storm threatening, the space shuttle Enterprise made its final atmospheric flight in the form of a crane lift from the deck of a Weeks Marine barge onto the flight deck of the retired aircraft carrier USS Intrepid.
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19. The Browns of New York: Traditional boats, traditional skills article 100 %
20. Keeping pace with the towing regulation article 100 %
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