The American Courage, a 617-foot lake freighter that ran aground in the St. Clair River November 7 at 7:21 a.m. local, was successfully refloated around 7 p.m. with the help of towing
Glosten, Seattle, Wash., has announced its new tug design, a 120- by 39-foot tug with a molded depth of 23 feet. The CT-120 is a sizeable oceangoing tug made for long-distance and
Following up on an initiative with Vancouver, B.C., based naval architect company Robert Allan Ltd. first announced in November 2021, the Maersk group’s towage company, Svitzer, has launched the second phase of
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Coupeville, Wash., shipbroker Marcon International Inc. has issued its latest tug market report and says that sales and purchase activity has been brisk, with numerous tugs changing hands during the past quarter
Turkey’s Uzmar Shipyards has delivered the Svitzer Elizabeth to Svitzer. Designed by Vancouver, B.C., based Robert Allan Ltd, the 32-meter RAstar 3200-W will be the first Uzmar tug to be part of
Austal USA has been awarded a $79.2 million U.S. Navy contract option for the construction of T-ATS 15, a Navajo-class Towing, Salvage, and Rescue Ship. With the award, the company is now
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Recently delivered to Suderman & Young Towing Company in Houston, Texas, the Eva is the first in a series of three Robert Allan Ltd.-designed Rapport 2600 tugboats the company ordered from Master
Attendance at TTB (Tugs, Towboats & Barges) conference exceeded expectations for the third year in a row—especially for vessel owners and operators, C-level executives, and shipyards. This year, nearly 300 people gathered