Built in 1961, by Equitable Shipyard of Madisonville, Louisiana as the H. D. Campbell.
The tug was then acquired by Manson Construction of San Francisco, California where she was renamed as the as the Peter M.
In 1992, her original Caterpillar D398 engines where removed and the tug was repowered with two Caterpillar 3512 diesel engines.
In 1998, she was acquired by Roehrig Maritime of Staten Island, New York where she was renamed as the Vivian L. Roehrig, named for Roehrig Maritime founder Chris Roehrig's Mother. After Roehrig acquired the tug the company sailed her 5,400 nautical miles in twenty nine days.
In 2007, Roehrig Maritime was acquired by K-Sea Transportation Partnership of East Brunswick, New Jersey where the Vivian L. Roehrig was renamed as the Caribbean Sea.
In 2011, the tug was acquired by DonJon Marine of Hillside, New Jersey where the tug was renamed as the Caitlin Ann.
She is a twin screw tug rated at 2,400 horsepower.