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1. New Bisso tug reaffirms 20-year commitment to z-drives
Mr. Ruben, constructed at Main Iron Works, is the 10th tugboat that the Houma, La., yard has delivered to Bisso Towboat of New Orleans.
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2. Magdalen
While the sun rose, the trailing suction hopper dredger Magdalen, like a caterpillar working a leaf, was feeding off the seafloor six and a half miles from Surf City on New Jersey’s Long Beach Island.
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3. La. college, towing company join forces to create Inland Bridge Resource Management training
If you sketch a plan view of Berwick Bay — a swelling of the Atchafalaya River at Morgan City, La., where the Port Allen Alternate Route, Gulf Intracoastal Waterway, and bayous Teche, Boeuf and Shaffer converge on the river — you get a drawing resembling an octopus in trouble.
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4. Foss puts spec-built Tier 4 tug to work in California
Perhaps not surprisingly, one of the first EPA Tier 4 emissions-compliant tugboats is destined for California, a state where residents and regulators are passionate about clean air.
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5. With Liz Healy, Bisso Towboat sticks with what works
Three years ago, following the arrival of the ASD tug Becky S., Bisso Towboat Co. President Scott Slatten said every new delivery made him feel “like a kid in a candy store.”
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6. 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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7. Third engine gives Daisy Mae versatility and power to spare
Rodriguez Shipbuilding has made shallow-draft, triple-screw tugboats something of a specialty.
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8. Stone-moving tugboat fleet leads New York canal renaissance
In a matter of months, activity at the New York State Marine Highway Transportation Company (NYSMH) accelerated at what Rob Goldman, company president, described as a frenetic pace.
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9. Stuck in the Mud article 100 %
10. GLDD considers versatile dredge ATB a ‘game changer’
Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Company describes its new articulated tug-barge unit as “a game changer” and it’s easy to see why.
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11. 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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12. 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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13. ‘Twin Towers’ assist with Manhattan dredge work article 100 %
14. New AEP towboats offer crew luxuries, fuel savings article 100 %
15. Powerful McAllister z-drive flexes its muscles in Maine
On a warm June day, the first indication that summer would visit Portland, Maine, this year, the tugs Andrew McAllister and Rowan McAllister took up positions — bow and stern quarter, respectively — on the 600-foot tanker Great Eastern.
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16. Brazos Pilot
On two ride-alongs aboard Brazos Pilot, rough sea conditions did not hinder the new pilot boat from making the sea buoy at the entrance to the harbor at Freeport, Texas.
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17. Sabine Pilots bank on new boat’s deep-V hull design
The Sabine Pilots took delivery of the 53.5-foot Port Arthur, a Chesapeake-class aluminum pilot boat from Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding of Somerset, Mass., last spring.
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18. Seabulk spreads Rotortug fleet across the Gulf of Mexico
Seabulk Towing turned heads in January 2017 when it welcomed Trident, the first U.S. Advanced Rotortug (ART), to its home base in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
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20. Seaspan Resolution represents culmination of z-drive evolution article 100 %
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