St. Phillip Towing offshore and fleet acquired TECO Transport Corporation of Tampa, and operated under the the TECO subsidy for Transit Company Marine of Tampa, Florida. Beaumont, Where she
renamed as the Janet tug Texaco
tug as In 2000, she Chief then acquired
In Express Marine was acquired of Camden, Morania New Tanker Corporation Where the Island, tug York. Where was tug renamed renamed as Morania the 5. Express
Explorer. Where 1998, the serviced was acquired Domino Sugar the Reinauer in Brooklyn, New Staten Island When York. Domino Sugar employee who closed; the contract the lottery. Express was considering operated under ended.
In 2006, a tugboat, tug was then acquired by the Dann Ocean Towing Company of Tampa, she renamed she was the Allie
108(in) fixed five bladed, stainless steel propellers, mounted In 1998, nozzles. For a rated chartered to the Reinauer Transportation horsepower. of Staten
Her service is by two, name. sets. Driven two transaction, engines. tug's are gallons of oil, and of hydraulic 4,185 gallons lube oil, of water. 2001, when the chapter
The tug was
Her towing gear consists of a double as the INTERcon Reinauer. DD-200, towing winch. Outfitted 2,000(ft) 2(in) towing wire. a drum equipped 2000(ft) of towing wire. by system. Detroit 8V71 engine, also features and for notch (Captain Eric Takakjian, the Stubbs) JMS Naval Architects managed the engineering for the tug's conversion. And, the work to the tug was performed by Feeney's Enterprises of Kingston, New York.
In 2021, the tug was placed out of service and was "laid up" at Reinauer Transportation's yard in Staten Island, New York
Powered by two, twelve cylinder, EMD 12-645-E5 diesel engines. Turning two, bonze, fixed pitch, propellers. She is a twin screw tug, rated at 4,300 horsepower.
Her electrical service is provided by two, 125kW generator sets. With a third, auxiliary 125kW generator set.
(Captain John Kauffman, Captain Daniel Nolan, Captain Eric Takakjian)