FOURNIER BROTHERS

  • General
    • Vessel Name : FOURNIER BROTHERS
    • Operator : STAMFORD SERVICES INC.
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Tugboat
    • Vessel Type : Tugboat
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
    • Horsepower rating : 4400
  • Location
    • City : WILMINGTON
    • STATE : DE
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 84
  • Size
    • Register length : 97.4 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 26.8 Feet
    • Overall Length : 107 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 26.8 Feet
    • Load draft : 14.6 Feet
    • Light Draft : 12.3 Feet
    • Height : 56 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 1953
    • EQUIP1 : NONE
    • Coast Guard Number : 631574

STAMFORD SERVICES INC.

TAURUS

  • Type : Tugboat
  • Construction : Steel

News

South Korea Issues Arrest Warrants Over Fisheries Official Slain by North

South Korea Issues Arrest Warrants Over Fisheries Official Slain by North

A South Korean court on Saturday issued arrest warrants for a former defense minister and a former coast guard chief over their alleged mishandling of the death of a state fishery ministry employee at the hands of North Korean troops two years ago.The decision by the Seoul Central District Court, which cited risks of them fleeing or destroying evidence

US DARPA to Build, Test, Demonstrate Uncrewed Ship

US DARPA to Build, Test, Demonstrate Uncrewed Ship

The U.S. Department of Defense's research and development agency is moving into the second phase of a project to to build and demonstrate a new seagoing unmanned surface vessel.The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) on Monday announced  it is moving into Phase 2 of the No Manning Required Ship (NOMARS) program

US Coast Guard Cutter Collides With Fishing Vessel Near Puerto Rico; One Dead

US Coast Guard Cutter Collides With Fishing Vessel Near Puerto Rico; One Dead

A U.S. Coast Guard cutter was involved in a fatal collision with a small fishing boat Monday afternoon off the coast of Puerto Rico.The 154-foot Sentinel Class fast response cutter Winslow Griesser and the 23-foot commercial fishing vessel Desakata collided, approximately four nautical miles north of Dorado, Puerto Rico.

Obituary: Captain Brian A. McAllister Passes Away

Obituary: Captain Brian A. McAllister Passes Away

Capt. Brian McAllister, a prominent member of the American maritime industry and a true New York area maritime industry icon, has passed away.The following was posted on the mcallistertowing.com website:"It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our beloved Captain.  Brian, who changed the future of McAllister Towing when he bought the company with his brothers and cousins

EMBARC: Changing Course - from Coarse to Enlightened

EMBARC: Changing Course - from Coarse to Enlightened

“Until every employee, and every midshipman, and cadet, and every trainee trusts the system and until all allegations are handled properly, abuse will continue to occur, it will continue to go unreported, and people will continue to suffer alone—and that is simply intolerable,” said Lucinda Lessley, Acting Maritime Administrator

Ukraine Sets Russian Supply Ship on Fire. Thwarts Russian Armored Column River Crossing

Ukraine Sets Russian Supply Ship on Fire. Thwarts Russian Armored Column River Crossing

Ukrainian forces destroyed a pontoon bridge and parts of Russian armored column as it tried to cross a river in the Donbas region, video footage released by Ukraine's military showed on Friday, and a Russian naval ship was set afire in the Black Sea.Russia has suffered setbacks on the battlefield as Ukraine drives its troops out of the region around the second-largest city of Kharkiv

New Routines on the Bridge in the Digital World

New Routines on the Bridge in the Digital World

Like every sector of cargo and passenger shipping, “digitalization”—where computerized processes are replacing onboard routines previously handled manually— is an ongoing trend coastwise, on the waterways and harbors. Regulatory compliance, especially with Subchapter M for towing vessels

As Ukraine Evacuates Trapped Seafarers, Foreign Mariners Count Cost of War

As Ukraine Evacuates Trapped Seafarers, Foreign Mariners Count Cost of War

Bangladeshi seafarer Asiful Islam recalls the moment when a missile struck his cargo ship last week off the Ukrainian port of Olvia, killing his crew mate."I was just 15 feet away when it hit our ship. Our third engineer, Hadisur Rahman, who was killed, was standing just two feet away," Islam told Reuters from Romania after the remaining crew members were evacuated over the weekend.

Ten Years on, Costa Concordia Shipwreck Still Haunts Survivors, Islanders

Ten Years on, Costa Concordia Shipwreck Still Haunts Survivors, Islanders

Ester Percossi can still hear the screams, feel the cold and see the terror in people's eyes.She is one of the survivors of the shipwreck of the Costa Concordia, the luxury cruise liner that capsized after hitting rocks just off the coast of the small Italian island of Giglio on Jan. 13, 2012, killing 32 people in one of Europe's worst maritime disasters.

Marine News' Top Boats of 2021

Marine News' Top Boats of 2021

Sea Change - America’s first hydrogen powered ferrySWITCH Maritime’s new 70-foot passenger ferry Sea Change is navigating uncharted waters as the United States’ first zero-emissions, hydrogen fuel cell-powered, electric-drive ferry.The pioneering aluminum newbuild, constructed by Bellingham, Wash. shipbuilder All American Marine, Inc.

Port of Portland Seeking Bids to Build New Dredge Tender

Port of Portland Seeking Bids to Build New Dredge Tender

The Port of Portland, in Oregon, is soliciting proposals from U.S. shipyards for the construction of a new dredge tender to replace the decades old W.L. Williams.Designed by Glosten, the new vessel will be a 69-foot-long, twin-screw, multipurpose vessel powered by two Caterpillar Inc. C18 EPA Tier 3 engines. Bids are due by August 30.

MARAD Awards $12.6 Million in Grants for US Marine Highways

MARAD Awards $12.6 Million in Grants for US Marine Highways

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Maritime Administration (MARAD) awarded $12.6 million in grants to nine marine highway projects across the Nation under the America’s Marine Highway Program (AMHP). The funding will help address supply chain disruptions, enhance the movement of goods along our navigable waterways, and expand existing waterborne freight services in Delaware, Hawaii, Indiana