Built in 2007, by Thoma-Sea Boat Builders of Houma, Louisiana (hull #131) as the Bohemia for Vane Brothers of Baltimore, Maryland.
She was the ninth Patapsco class tug built for Vane Brothers designed by Frank Basile of Entech and Associates of Houma, Louisiana.
Named for The Bohemia River which is a 4.7 mile long tributary of the Elk River on the Delmarva Peninsula. Located in Cecil County, Maryland, with its headwaters extending into New Castle County, Delaware. The Bohemia River begins east of Hacks Point, Maryland. Where its two major tributaries, Great Bohemia Creek and Little Bohemia Creek, come together, and ends at the Elk River in between Town Point and Ford Landing.
Powered by two Caterpillar 3516 diesel engines with CNF Type 37 propeller nozzles for a rated 4,200 horsepower.
The tug's capacities are 90,000 gallons of fuel oil and 9,000 gallons of potable water. Her towing gear consists of an INTERcon double-drum towing winch driven by a dedicated John Deere diesel engine.