Built in 2000, by the J.M. Martinac Shipyard of Tacoma, Washington (hull #241) as the Mohawk for the Mobil Oil Corporation of New York, New York.
In 1999, the Exxon Oil Company merged with the Mobil Oil Corporation to form the ExxonMobil Corporation of Irving, Texas. The SeaRiver Maritime Company continued to operate as a subsidy of the ExxonMobil Corporation.
In 2000, the SeaRiver Maritime Company renamed the tug as the S/R Everett.
An ATLANTIC II class Articulated Tug and Barge (ATB). She was the first, and only ATB constructed for the Mobil Oil Corporation. The unit was designed by Robert Hill of Ocean Tug and Barge Engineering of Milford, Massachusetts.
In 2004, the unit was acquired by the K-Sea Transportation Partnership of East Brunswick, New Jersey/ Where she was renamed as the Lincoln Sea.
Her barge, originally named as the Seneca. Was a 140,000(bbl), double hulled, product barge. Designed by CT Marine Naval Architects of Edgecomb, Maine. And, constructed simultaneously at Bay Shipbuilding of Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Was in 2000, renamed as the S/R New York. And in 2004, was renamed as the DBL 140.
In 2011, the K-Sea Transportation Partnership was acquired by the Kirby Corporation of Channelview, Texas. Where the tug and barge retained their names.
Fitted with an INTERcon coupler system. The tug is powered by two, EMD 16-710 diesel engines. With Reintjes reduction gears, turning two, Rolls Royce, new generation, five bladed, fixed pitch propellers. For a rated 8,000 horsepower.
Her electrical power is provided by two 99kW Northern Lights generator sets. With a third, 75kW, Northern Lights auxiliary generator set. Which is dedicated to the INTERcon coupler system.
(Robert Silva, Auke Visser, Ocean Tug and Barge Engineering)