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1. Ferries find new life on Long Island Sound article 100 %
2. Bisso’s upgraded ASD tugs handle the Mississippi’s strong 
currents
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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3. Arcturus & Polaris
New Signet ASD tugs are guiding lights in powerful modern designs
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4. Bob Franco
Harley acquires a versatile new tug built to withstand the rigors of Alaska
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5. San Francisco catamaran ferry runs fast, quiet and shallow article 100 %
6. Crew/supply boats
“It’s quiet out there. Too quiet,” said John Wayne as he peered into the night in an old Western. That quote could be written into a present-day movie script with a shipyard owner looking out over the Gulf of Mexico.
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7. 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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8. With powerful engines and winch, shallow-draft tug handles variety of jobs
The 75-foot tug Sea Cypress has been busy since it was delivered from Rodriguez Shipbuilding of Bayou La Batre, Ala., to Garber Bros. Inc. in March.
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9. 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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10. Older tugs earn their salt by keeping it simple article 100 %
11. ‘Twin Towers’ assist with Manhattan dredge work article 100 %
12. Arcticus, crew hold the line on stormy Lake Huron
On a windswept day in June, the 78-foot Arcticus left the dock on Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Mich., made its way past Alpena Light and proceeded on a four-hour run to the middle of Lake Huron.
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13. Infrared gear, oil collection system provide new tools for spill response boats
Clean Gulf Associates, a New Orleans-based organization formed in 1972, is a nonprofit cooperative of 125 oil and gas companies operating in the Gulf of Mexico.
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14. MetalCraft patroller for Bangladesh a model of simplicity
Slicing through the drizzle and mist on the Cataraqui River at Kingston, Ontario, on a trial run before delivery to the Bangladeshi army, Bob Clark, contracts manager for MetalCraft Marine, was suited up against the chill and had the patrol boat’s throttles full forward.
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15. Little tugs conduct a big environmental cleanup on the Hudson River
In 1609, Henry Hudson explored a river whose water was as pure as the name of its source implies.
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16. Classic schooner equipped with modern propulsion redundancy
The word “unique” gets thrown around with abandon in this age of hyper promotion, but it seems the most apt word to describe the 85-foot schooner America 2.0, a modern high-tech version of the famous 19th-century racing schooner and winner of the first America’s Cup.
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17. Fort Lauderdale doubles down on response with fast fireboat
Fort Lauderdale is awash in luxury yachts and recreational vessels of all shapes and sizes.
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18. Gramma Lee T. Moran: A new generation article 100 %
19. Chloe K & Zeus
G&H Towing gets compact version of Robert Allan Z-Tech boats
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20. Stuck in the Mud article 100 %
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