Tugs & Barges

JANUARY 29, 2018 — Jensen Maritime, Crowley Maritime Corp.'s Seattle-based naval architecture and marine engineering firm, is providing the design for a new 100-foot, Z-Drive hybrid tugboat to be built by Nichols Brothers Boat Builders…
JANUARY 22, 2018 — Damen Shipyards has delivered five new harbor tugs to Empresa de Navegación Caribe, a subsidiary of Cuba's Grupo Empresarial de Transporte Marítimo Portuario (GEMAR). Prior to the order being placed, all…
JANUARY 19, 2017 — East Boothbay, ME, shipbuilder Washburn & Doughty is to design and build two 93' x 38' Z drive tugs with a "stem to stern" Caterpillar Marine hybrid solution for Harbor Docking…
JANUARY 18, 2018 — IJmuiden, Netherlands, headquartered Offshore Ship Designers (OSD) has launched a new tug design as part of its expanding portfolio of fuel-efficient vessels. The 390 gt Azistern 2870 harbor tug has a…
JANUARY 11, 2018 — Wärtsilä has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to design an eco friendly harbor tug for with Petrocity, the parent company of a new port facility being built in the Brazilian…
JANUARY 5, 2018—This year, Melville, New York-based Bouchard Transportation Co. celebrates its 100th anniversary. While the family-owned operator has a well-established reputation of providing safe, reliable transport of petroleum products in the Jones Act trade,…
JANUARY 2, 2018 — Matson, Inc. ("Matson"; NYSE: MATX) announced that its subsidiary Matson Navigation Company, Inc. has replaced one of its three barges dedicated to serving Hawaii's neighbor island ports with a newer, larger…
DECEMBER 23, 2017—Dutch towing company Kotug has never been shy about developing and applying new technology to its operations. The family-owned business, which stretches back to 1911, has developed the Rotortug—a tug with a triangular…
DECEMBER 21, 2017—In the continuation of a newbuilding partnership that extends some 10 years, Chesapeake Shipbuilding Corp., Salisbury, MD, announced that it had inked a new agreement with Vane Brothers, Baltimore, MD to design and…
DECEMBER 19, 2017 — Coupeville, WA-based vessel broker Marcon International, Inc. recently fixed the tow of the 400.3 ft x 106.3 ft x 28.3 ft heavy lift crane barge Pacific Lifter (ex-Maya, McDermott Derrick Barge No.…
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