EDWIN C. BUSCH

  • General
    • Vessel Name : EDWIN C. BUSCH
    • Operator : BUSCH MARINE
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Tugboat
    • Vessel Type : Tugboat
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
    • Horsepower rating : 60
  • Location
    • City : SAGINAW
    • STATE : MI
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 12
  • Size
    • Register length : 42.5 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 11.9 Feet
    • Overall Length : 42.5 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 11.9 Feet
    • Load draft : 5 Feet
    • Light Draft : 5 Feet
    • Height : 15 Feet
  • Other
    • Rebuilt year : 1979
    • Year : 1979
    • EQUIP1 : NONE
    • Coast Guard Number : 234074
    • REBLT : *

BUSCH MARINE

  • Area of Operation : GREAT LAKES
  • Principal Commodity : STONE

GREGORY J. BUSCH

  • Type : Tugboat
  • Construction : Steel

BMT

  • Type : Flat / Deck Barge
  • Construction : Steel

STC

  • Type : Flat / Deck Barge
  • Construction : Steel

News

Keller Shifts Gears

Keller Shifts Gears

100-year young German manufacturers finds success in demanding dredging and maritime sectors   Satisfaction in overall powertrain reliability often comes down to individual components, starting with the gearbox and gear wheels. To this end C. u. W Keller GmbH & Co.KG, has made investment in its products and processes – $41 million over the last 15 years – to ensure that it remains a strong link

Horizon Shipbuilding to 'Reorganize' Amid Insufficient Revenues

Horizon Shipbuilding to 'Reorganize' Amid Insufficient Revenues

Horizon Shipbuilding announced it will reorganize amid revenues insufficient for maintaining normal operations.   Lance C. Lemcool, Horizon Shipbuilding Vice President, today issued the following statement on behalf of the Alabama-based boat builder:   “Last year, Travis R. Short, President of Horizon Shipbuilding saw an opportunity to repeat a great construction performance from 2012.

NOAA Teams up with Paul Allen for Deep Ocean Observation

NOAA Teams up with Paul Allen for Deep Ocean Observation

NOAA partners with Paul G. Allen Philanthropies; new Deep Argo buoys to probe ocean currents that drive weather and climate   Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist Paul G. Allen and NOAA’s Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory will deploy a large array of new deep ocean floats to expand ocean observations in a key area of the western South Atlantic Ocean.

US Navy: Bigger is Better, but at What Cost?

US Navy: Bigger is Better, but at What Cost?

The U.S. Navy has a balanced fleet, but it wants to grow bigger and better. Will the budget allow both?   Maritime Reporter's March 2017 cover story on the U.S. Navy was all about the numbers. There exists several plans to grow the fleet beyond the current number of 308 ships, the Mitre recommendation of 414 ships, the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessment 340-ship proposal

Southwest Alaska Pilots Order Gladding-Hearn Pilot boat

Southwest Alaska Pilots Order Gladding-Hearn Pilot boat

The Southwest Alaska Pilots Association in Homer, Alaska has ordered a new pilot boat from Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding, Duclos Corporation. Delivery is scheduled for 2018.      With a length overall of 75.7’, beam of 20.6’ and draft of 3.11’, the all-aluminum Galveston Class pilot boat features the C. Raymond Hunt-designed Deep V hull.

Last Port of Call for the U.S. Merchant Marine?

Part II in a two-part series, continued from the January 2017 edition of Maritime Reporter & Engineering News. Read Part I here.     Government Ownership If reliance on the foreign commercial market is risky because of uncertain reliability, then what of U.S. Government ownership of a fleet of vessels? That has also been on the menu since the early 20th century.

Marine News Boat of the Month: January 2017

Marine News Boat of the Month: January 2017

Gulfstream Shipbuilding’s Custom Aluminum Ferry: U.S. Department of Homeland Security awards Ferry Contract for vessel built specifically for Eastern Coastal Waters.   In December, Gulfstream Shipbuilding was awarded a contract through the United States Department of Homeland Security for a passenger/vehicle ferry to service New York and Connecticut waters.

Noonan Named CMA's 2017 'Commodore'

Noonan Named CMA's 2017 'Commodore'

This morning CMA announced that Mr. John D. “Jack” Noonan, CEO of Chembulk Tankers, has been named as the CMA Commodore for the year 2017. Noonan joins a presigious list of previous award winners, including Ole Skaarup, Jacob Stolt-Nielsen, George Livanos, Phil Loree, Thomas Moran, Gregory Hadjieleftheriadis, Helmut Sohmen, Gerhard Kurz, William O’Neil, Richard du Moulin, Per Heidenreich

Gulfstream Wins DHS Ferry Contract

Gulfstream Wins DHS Ferry Contract

Custom Aluminum Ferry Designed and Built for Long Island Coast Waters   Gulfstream Shipbuilding won a contract through the United States Department of Homeland Security for a passenger/vehicle ferry to service the New York and Connecticut waters. This 118 x 27 x 10.75 ft. crew boat-style vessel will be capable of transporting passengers

Harvey Gulf's Formula for Success

Harvey Gulf's Formula for Success

A formula for success – in good times and bad: Harvey Gulf International Marine hasn’t deviated from its long term plans and goals, even as the price of oil negatively impacts all sectors. Apparently, this isn’t rocket science.      According to Dr. Loren C. Scott, an industry analyst, retired professor and economist from Louisiana State University, U.S.

Delving Deeper with AUVs

Delving Deeper with AUVs

What lies beneath? Subsea industry to delve deeper with underwater robotics   Autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) and buoyancy-driven gliders have revolutionized the way the subsea industry gathers oceanographic data and despite the volatility of oil prices, it is predicted that the demand for this technology will continue to grow over the next five years and beyond.

John C. Stennis Underway for Sea Trials Ahead of Schedule

John C. Stennis Underway for Sea Trials Ahead of Schedule

Sailors aboard USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) got underway for Sea Trials as the ship's planned incremental availability (PIA) nears its end, August 11.   John C. Stennis entered PIA in February with the largest work package ever planned for a six-month availability for a Nimitz-class carrier, requiring more than 2,800,000 man-hours of work between ship's Sailors