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1. Tug captain's career spanned era marked by progress and conflict article 100 %
2. McAllister Tier 4 powerhouse leads fleet in NYC
It seemed fitting that McAllister Towing, synonymous with New York City, would present its biggest gun for the parade of naval vessels participating in the city’s annual Fleet Week show.
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3. 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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4. From the Ohio River ‘hole,’ fleeting company serves regional cargo hub
Under a leaden sky and in a light drizzle, the crew aboard the 50-foot fleet boat Jacob Lane was shifting barges at the MVBS Jeffersonville fleet in Nugent Harbor, a bight with a narrow entrance cut out of the Indiana bank of the Ohio River, across from Louisville, Ky.
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5. Customers prefer z-drives, and Bisso’s new tug delivers
On a blustery March morning, Capt. Aaron Anderson was putting the new azimuthing stern drive (ASD) tugboat Archie T. Higgins through its paces on the Mississippi River in front of the E.N. Bisso & Son dock at the foot of Walnut Street in New Orleans.
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6. Gramma Lee T. Moran: A new generation article 100 %
7. 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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8. Alma S.: Getting Traction article 100 %
9. Sikuliaq
Marinette Marine is finally delivering what the American scientific community has always wanted: its own purpose-built research vessel that can sail through ice in the Arctic.
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10. 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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11. Circling the Big apple
An inside look at the ferry company New York Circle Lines
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12. Seattle collection offers one man’s history of marine propulsion
Mike Wollaston can be found every morning with his friend Dan Grinstead engaging in their common interests, drinking coffee out of to-go cups and feeding a little flock of ducks at the Lake Washington Ship Canal in Seattle across from Kvichak Marine.
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13. IPS-driven Manatee step up for Tampa Bay pilots
Manatee, fast and sleek and seeming to come out of nowhere, snugged up abreast of the pilot’s ladder on the hull of the 611-foot break-bulk ship Texas Enterprise.
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14. 2020 Ship of the Year: Pyxis
With the sun rising, Pyxis made its way up the Napa River and docked at the Vallejo Ferry Terminal.
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15. San Francisco catamaran ferry runs fast, quiet and shallow article 100 %
16. New Port Canaveral pilot boat designed for safety, comfort
Capt. Mike Rigby, the senior boat captain and director of engineering for the Canaveral Pilots Association at Port Canaveral, Fla., worked with naval architect Bill Preston at Marine Design in Gulf Breeze, Fla., for a year to gain the pilots’ approval for the design of their new pilot boat, Timucua.
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17. Bisso’s upgraded ASD tugs handle the Mississippi’s strong 
Capt. Christian Hoffman maneuvered the 96-foot azimuthing stern drive tug Beverly B alongside the bow of Energy 11103, a 391-foot Hornbeck tank barge made up to the 126-foot tug Freedom Service, upriver from New Orleans on the Mississippi River.
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18. Signet Magic
Signet Magic: Small, powerful tug designed to thrive in tight spots
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19. C-Dive skips the conversion, opts for newbuild in the Gulf
In a time of sluggish activity in the Gulf of Mexico oil field, C-Dive’s new dive boat, DSV 217, is busy and rarely in port.
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20. Towboat likes tight quarters of the Houston Ship Channel
Capt. Ralph Castillo was maneuvering the 70-foot pushboat, San Brooklyn, making his way through the narrow passage tightened with traffic and typical of the City Docks stretch of the Houston Ship Channel in Houston.
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