2001

The ALAFIA and her tug, KELLY are operated by International Ship Management Services of New Jersey. The ALAFIA is a liguid molten sulfur barge, owned by Cargill, Inc., an internationally known company dealing in all manner of agriproducts and minerals.

1998

The AMBERJACK and BISCAYNE is a former Morania Oil Tanker Corp. towed unit.  In 1998, OT&BE was contracted by Penn Maritime to convert the unit to a Bludworth type AT/B.

Providing full contract and detail design for a new Articouple-equipped 8,000 BHP AT/B tug for use with a new 20,000 DWT ocean bulk barge. Dixie Fuels, Ltd.

2004

Named for long time Penn Maritime employee Hans Hagen, the CAPT. HAGEN is paired with the double-hulled ocean tank barge KEY WEST.  Both were built at Bay Shipbuilding in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin.

Provided full contract and detail design for the new 6000 BHP AT/B tugs and for the companion 10,000 M3 compressed natural gas carrier barges, designed in association with CT Marine. (Customer Confidential)

1995-1999

The ELIZA and her sister vessels were built by Moss Point Marine, while the barges ATLANTIC and CARIBBEAN were built by Alabama Shipyard.

1997

The DANIELLE M. BOUCHARD and her barge, B-240. were built by Halter Marine Group and Halter Moss Point Marine.

2002

The DOROTHY ANN is a 125’, 7,200 BHP AT/B tug built for Interlake Transportation of Cleveland. She works with a former laker, converted to a self-unloading bulk barge, the PATHFINDER (ex-Mauthe).

1995

Engineered the refitting of a 35,000 DWT ocean tank barge, with a revised notch and structure to accept a modified Intercon system set up for lightering operations. The tug LIBERTY retained her existing Intercon arrangement and now works with the 300 in Delaware Bay, lightering crude. Provision of a full FEA study for the connection-related structure on both the tug and barge for an East Coast shipping company.

1999-2000

Provided engineering and design for the refit of the ocean tug VALIANT with a Bludworth connection system, and the refit of the stern of the double-hulled ocean tank barge EVERGLADES, for use with the Bludworth system.

 

1997-1999

These vessels comprise a fleet of three AT/B’s operated by Keystone Shipping of Philadelphia, on behalf of BP Amoco. Two of the units are specially fitted with heaters and nitrogen inerting systems for the carriage of Paraxylene between the Gulf and East Coasts, in what is essentially a liner service. The third unit carries clean products from Texas City to Tampa.

2001

The CHRISTIAN REINAUER is paired with the double-hulled ocean tank barge RTC 145, built by Alabama Shipyard in Mobile, AL.  The combination operates along the U.S. East Coast moving clean petroleum products. 

1999

The NICOLE LEIGH REINAUER is paired with the double-hulled ocean tank barge RTC 135, built by Alabama Shipyard, Inc. of Mobile, AL. The combination operates along the US East Coast, moving clean petroleum products. During the winter of 2000/2001, the NICOLE and her near sister, the S/R EVERETT, almost singlehandedly kept Rhode Island stocked with heating oil and gasoline.

1999

K-Sea's LINCOLN SEA (ex-S/R EVERETT) is an 8,000 BHP AT/B tug built for Mobil Oil Corp., US Fleets, then transferred to Sea River Maritime after the Exxon-Mobil merger. She operated the first years of her life in New England, and currently operates along the U.S. East Coast and the Gulf for K-Sea.

2001-2002

The SEAHAWK is an 8,000 BHP AT/B tug built for Allied Transportation of Norfolk, VA. She works with a specially-designed 120,000 BBL chemical barge, the ATC 21. Both tug and barge were built at Alabama Shipyard.

2007

The CHRISTIANA and her sister, BRANDYWINE, both built at Marinette Marine in Marinette, Wisconsin, represent the second owner of this class tug as well as the second and third versions built.  The tug's hull design was conceived to make it easier to build than her larger ATLANTIC II class sisters, yet at 38' beam, the tug can handle as much as 8,000 RPM.

2006-2008

The PATI R. MORAN and her sisters, built at Washburn & Doughty Shipyard, in Boothbay, Maine, are 5100 HP AT/B tugs equipped with the Intercon "C" coupler. Designed to fit the same barge notches as the OT&BE engineered coupler refits on the BARNEY and SCOTT TURECAMO, the ATLANTIC IV class tugs represent a slightly smaller design than the ATLANTIC III, fitted with a full forecastle to create more room, and maintains the efficient single chine hull design of the III, with a slightly narrower beam of 36’.

The new Atlantic V class tugs are to be a group of three 8,000 HP AT/B tugs to be built by Bender Shipbuilding. 

2003

Provided engineering and design for the refit of the ocean tug NAIDA RAMIL with a Bludworth connection system, and the refit of the stern of the ocean bulk barge PEGGY PALMER, for use with the Bludworth system. U.S. United Ocean Services (formerly Teco Ocean Transport).

1999

The 7,200 BHP OCEAN VENTURE, and her companion barge, the AMERICAN ENTERPRISE, were converted to an AT/B for American Steamship in 1999. The conversion involved the installation of Bludworth connection equipment aboard the OCEAN VENTURE, and the redesign of the stern notch and skegs on the AMERICAN ENTERPRISE.