Tugs & Barges

JUNE 7, 2016 — Foss Maritime reports that the second of three state-of-the-art Arctic Class tugs, the Denise Foss, was recently christened at the Foss Waterway Seaport in Tacoma, WA. Built at the Foss Rainier,…
JUNE 6, 2016 — SAAM S.A., a leading towage company with operations across South, Central and North America, has taken delivery of two ASD Tugs 2411 from the Damen Shipyards Group. These compact yet powerful…
JUNE 3, 2016 — Delivered by Eastern Shipbuilding Group, Panama City, FL  last month, the Zyana K is the second in a series of Robert Allan, Ltd. (RAL) designed Z-Tech 2400 class terminal and escort…
MAY 30, 2016 — A U.S.-flag ATB tug under construction for SEA-Vista  at BAE Systems Jacksonville, FL, shipyard is equipped with Van der Velden Barke high-lift flap rudders for enhanced maneuverability and course keeping stability.…
MAY 30, 2016—Conrad Shipyard, Amelia, LA, recently delivered a 300-foot long x 72-foot wide rake/box barge with a deck rating of over 6,000 pounds per square foot to ProvPort, Providence, RI, according to naval architect…
MAY 23, 2016 — IJMuiden, Netherlands, based Offshore Ship Designers (OSD) has added a powerful, low-emission compact e-tug to its Azistern series of vessels. "The Azistern-e has the typical low resistance stable hull and all-round…
MAY 18, 2016 — Purple Water Ltd. has appointed Marcon International, Inc.,Coupeville, WA, as exclusive broker to handle the shipyard licensing for construction of an innovative new tug in the Americas. Called the Giano tug,…
MAY 17, 2016 – Bouchard Transportation Co., Inc., Melville, NY, the largest independently-owned ocean-going petroleum barge company in the U.S, has unveiled a new corporate logo, and is to launch an updated website at www.bouchardtransport.com,…
MAY 13, 2016 — Baltimore, MD, headquartered Vane Brothers has added two more vessels its growing fleet: the 4,200 horsepower tugboat Hudson and the 55,000 barrel barge Double Skin 601. The Hudson is the second…
MAY 12, 2016—Although Z-drive propulsion is not new, it is newly accepted by the inland towing industry. In eight short years the number of Z-drive towboats has risen from four to over 50. The evolution…
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