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TUGBOATS - McALLISTER McAllister Towing and Transportation Company is one of the world's oldest and largest firms in the business, dating back to the mid 19th-century. Its management continues to be under direction of McAllister family members. Its large fleet of over 60 boats
 TUGBOATS -
McALLISTER
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 Submitted: 5/1/2004
 Visits: 7526
FERRYBOATS AND FERRY BOATS Any boat can serve as a ferry boat, simply by transporting passengers or vehicles repeatedly, over and back between Points A and B. But a ferryboat traditionally has been something more specifc - a double-ender, identical at each extreme, designed to enter
 FERRYBOATS AND FERRY
BOATS
 Rating: *****
 Submitted: 10/20/2004
 Visits: 4904
TUGBOATS - VERTICAL_FORMAT Tugboats tend to be longer than they are high, so normally they fit a horizontal frame. This gallery, however, is intended for publishers who may require a vertical view for a magazine or brochure cover, as well as anyone who just likes the relative formal
 TUGBOATS - VERTICAL
FORMAT
 Rating: ***
 Submitted: 4/28/2004
 Visits: 4512
TUGBOATS - K-SEA K-Sea Treansportation Partners LP is in a sense the "newest" towing company in New York, the management team of the former Eklof company buying-out their employers in the late 1990s and navigating their firm to its present public position. Shortly after th
 TUGBOATS - K-SEA
 Rating: ***
 Submitted: 5/1/2004
 Visits: 4455
Chattahoochee / Apalachicola Earl Miller and I (Tarp Head) have long talked about starting at the headwaters of the Chattahoochee River (where I live) and float / boat to Apalachicola Bay (where Earl lives).  We will make the trip with Earl, his son David and myself for the most part.
 Chattahoochee /
Apalachicola
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 Submitted: 7/13/2003
 Visits: 4193
1946 Chris Craft 20' Custom Runabout Restoration of 1946 Chris Craft 20' Custom Runabout
 1946 Chris Craft 20'
Custom Runabout
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 Submitted: 2/8/2005
 Visits: 4170
TUGBOATS - HISTORIC TUGS Tugboats are the second-most popular museum vessels (can you guess what kind of vessel recently surpassed them? See below*) and are widely acquired by private individuals for restoration and liveaboard purposes. This gallery includes some of the most hands
 TUGBOATS - HISTORIC
TUGS
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 Submitted: 4/28/2004
 Visits: 3728
Launch of the Union Maid This was a party celibrating the refubishing of the Union Maid - Corinthian #2
 Launch of the Union
Maid
 Rating: *
 Submitted: 11/14/2003
 Visits: 3679
MO This is the restoration of a 1959 Chris Craft Continental wooden Boat
 MO
 Rating: *
 Submitted: 1/10/2004
 Visits: 3462
TUGBOATS - CLASSICS How is a "classic" tugboat defined? That's in the eye of the beholder, and will probably be perceived differently in another 50 years. But to most, the "classic" is one whose profile resembles the old steam tugs, with their tall stacks situated a distance
 TUGBOATS - CLASSICS
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 Submitted: 10/20/2004
 Visits: 2912
TUGBOATS - KOSNAC Kosnac Floating Derrick Co. was founded in the early 1950s by Capt. Fred Kosnac Jr., continuing a family-operated maritime businesses founded by his father, Fred Kosnac Sr., in the late 1920s. For the past several years the company has been operated by Fre
 TUGBOATS - KOSNAC
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 Submitted: 10/20/2004
 Visits: 2759
TUGBOATS - CANALERS What is a Canaler? By the broadest definition, any tugboat that was designed or adapted specifically to meet the requirements of working the Erie Canal (or the New York State Barge Canal system). This covers a variety of tugboat styles, their common denomi
 TUGBOATS - CANALERS
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 Submitted: 10/20/2004
 Visits: 2596
TUGBOATS - TUGS IN COMPETITION Tugboat "Musters," "Challenges," "Festivals" and "Roundups" are popular events in most ports, although their character varies with location. Races are held in New York, Charleston, and Portland Maine, but not in Boston or Waterford - the massive wakes of a
 TUGBOATS - TUGS IN
COMPETITION
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 Submitted: 11/18/2004
 Visits: 2582
TUGBOATS - MORAN Moran Transportation traces back to the early days of the towing industry, founded in the mid-19th century by Michael Moran. No longer under family management, its acquisition of the Turecamo fleet a few years ago made it the largest U.S. tugboat company.
 TUGBOATS - MORAN
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 Submitted: 4/28/2004
 Visits: 2570
TUGBOATS - WRECKED TUGS This gallery gives us tugboats in something less than pristine condition. Large numbers have been scrapped as, for example, "railroad tugs" declined with the railroads themselves, and single-screw boats have been ruled unsuitable for most barge-handling in
 TUGBOATS - WRECKED
TUGS
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 Submitted: 4/28/2004
 Visits: 2522
TUGBOATS - COASTGUARD Any vessel over 65-feet in length in Coast Guard parlence is a cutter. This makes a large number of USCG tugboats officially cutters, including tugboats, although most are black-hulled signifying their deployment for "hands-on" work duty. Cutters deployed
 TUGBOATS -
COASTGUARD
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 Submitted: 5/1/2004
 Visits: 2503
ALBUM - TUGS, AUGUST 2005 For the convenience of repeat visitors, the newest tuboat uploads are collected in this single album to simplify browsing. The pictures in this group have also been distributed to their appropriate galleries here at the site. . ----------------------------
 ALBUM - TUGS, AUGUST
2005
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 Submitted: 8/17/2005
 Visits: 2459
TUGBOATS - BROWN Brown Transportation Co. provides general harbor services in New York. Until recently its principal tugboats were smaller vessels, well adapted to shallower river areas and estuaries around New York. Their new tugboat, the John Brown, delivered in 2003, is
 TUGBOATS - BROWN
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 Submitted: 4/28/2004
 Visits: 1994
ATD LINES #00037: Bainbridge Island, Washington, Eagle Harbor, Bill Point Ferry Traffic Views-Stock 04-23-2006
 ATD LINES #00037:
Bainbridge Island, Was
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 Submitted: 4/24/2006
 Visits: 1314
ATD LINES #00042: Bainbridge Island, Washington, Ferry Terminal-Stock 05-13-2005
 ATD LINES #00042:
Bainbridge Island, Was
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 Submitted: 4/22/2006
 Visits: 1244
ATD LINES #A0000152: Seattle, Washington, Elliot Bay Marine Traffic-Low Resolution Stock 09-16-2008
 ATD LINES #A0000152:
Seattle, Washington
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 Submitted: 9/20/2008
 Visits: 1063
San Juans Cruise Jun06 Steve's dad's boat
Port Townsend
San Juans
submarine passing  by
orca whales etc
 San Juans Cruise
Jun06
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 Submitted: 6/27/2006
 Visits: 981
TUGBOATS - GENERAL TUGS Tugboats nowadays come in many sizes and styles, adapted for a variety of general lines of work. A tug specializing in shipdocking is likely to have numerous characteristics different than tugs specializing in barge-transportation. Some tugs are designed w
 TUGBOATS - GENERAL
TUGS
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 Submitted: 5/1/2004
 Visits: 930
TUGBOATS - TUGS ON THE HARBOR The working environment of the tugboat is frequently harsh and even dangerous, but it also can be stunningly beautiful. It is nature in its most assertive form - water, wind, sky, sunlight, moonlight, pitch darkness. Many a boatman will tell you the work i
 TUGBOATS - TUGS ON
THE HARBOR
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 Submitted: 4/28/2004
 Visits: 873
TUGBOATS - PORTLAND TUGBOAT Portland Tugboat LLC was founded by A.J. Fournier, who continues working with the company as a shipdocking pilot, with son Brian directing the firm. Portland Tugboat was purchased by McAllister a couple years back, and continues as the principal operator i
 TUGBOATS - PORTLAND
TUGBOAT
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 Submitted: 4/28/2004
 Visits: 865
TUGBOATS - TALL TUGS Because the barges moved around harbors and up the coastal and even transoceanic waterways have become so large in the past half-century - bigger in their own right than many ships - tugboats optimized for handling them have become correspondingly taller t
 TUGBOATS - TALL TUGS
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 Submitted: 4/28/2004
 Visits: 845
TUGBOATS - WEEKS MARINE Weeks Marine operates several distinct divisions, each specializing in a different aspect of harbor industry - with an emphasis upon construction. The company was a primary contractor in the removal of scrap and debris from the World Trade Center destructi
 TUGBOATS - WEEKS
MARINE
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 Submitted: 4/28/2004
 Visits: 818
TUGBOATS - REINAUER Reinauer Transportation is a significant figure in largescale movement of petroleum barges through both conventional and ATB (articulated tug/barge systems, wherein the tug is "mated" to its barge and pinned in place, acting like a superior form of ocean-g
 TUGBOATS - REINAUER
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 Submitted: 4/28/2004
 Visits: 790
ALBUM - TALL SHIPS Stately, romantic, sometimes overpoweringly beautiful, the tall ships are our living link to the maritime heritage of millennia. They come in many sizes and rigs, but their common denominator is the closeness they, their crews and passengers share with the
 ALBUM - TALL SHIPS
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 Submitted: 8/17/2005
 Visits: 774
TUGBOATS - BOUCHARD Bouchard is one of New York's marine transportation companies specializing in the movement of large petroleum barges around the New York region, to New England and points beyond. Please note frame format (4:3 or 3:2)and image size in pixels to ascertain ma
 TUGBOATS - BOUCHARD
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 Submitted: 4/28/2004
 Visits: 769
LANDSCAPES SAN FRAN HARBOR SAILING
 LANDSCAPES
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 Submitted: 10/9/2006
 Visits: 735
MasterCraft Maristar 230 SS 2006 MasterCraft Wakeboard boat
 MasterCraft Maristar
230 SS
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 Submitted: 5/30/2011
 Visits: 541
THREE QUEENS On January 13, 2008, the three Cunard Queens -- Queen Elizabeth 2, Queen Mary 2, and Queen Victoria on her maiden cruise -- arrived at the Port of New York. It would be the only time all three Cunard Queens would meet in one harbor at one time, as the QE2
 THREE QUEENS
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 Submitted: 2/25/2008
 Visits: 491
September 20, 2009 Barnegat Bay NJ
 September 20, 2009
Barnegat Bay NJ
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 Submitted: 9/20/2009
 Visits: 431
Andromeda Andromeda - the story of the conversion from day one to the present day.
 Andromeda
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 Submitted: 5/30/2011
 Visits: 405
Boats and Harbors
 Boats and Harbors
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 Submitted: 9/22/2009
 Visits: 360
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