GOLDEN EAGLE FERRY

  • General
    • Vessel Name : GOLDEN EAGLE FERRY
    • Operator : POOL 24 TUG SERVICE, INC.
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Other Carriers (Specialized)
    • Vessel Type : Ferry
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
    • Horsepower rating : 110
  • Location
    • City : KAMPSVILLE
    • STATE : IL
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 74
    • Full Load Capacity : 60 Short ton
    • Passenger Capacity : 100
  • Size
    • Register length : 64.9 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 40 Feet
    • Overall Length : 64.9 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 40 Feet
    • Load draft : 3.5 Feet
    • Light Draft : 3.5 Feet
    • Height : 20 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 1934
    • EQUIP1 : NONE
    • Coast Guard Number : 233536

POOL 24 TUG SERVICE, INC.

  • Area of Operation : ILLINOIS RIVER; KAMPSVILLE, IL
  • Principal Commodity : TUG ASSISTING

News

Hydrogen Fuel Cell Ferry Project Moves Forward in Norway

Hydrogen Fuel Cell Ferry Project Moves Forward in Norway

Sweden-based PowerCell said it has signed a letter of intent to negotiate final terms concerning one of the marine industry’s largest hydrogen fuel cell projects. Headed by Norwegian electrical integrator SEAM, the project comprises a pair of hydrogen fuel cell powered ferries for passenger and cargo transport in northern Norway, scheduled to enter service in 2025.

Hundreds Evacuated from Staten Island Ferry After Engine Room Fire

Hundreds Evacuated from Staten Island Ferry After Engine Room Fire

Five people were injured and hundreds more evacuated after a fire broke out aboard a ferry traveling from Manhattan to Staten Island on Thursday evening, officials said.The Sandy Ground, one of the Staten Island Ferry's newly commissioned Ollis-class vessels, was carrying 868 passengers and 16 crew members when the engine room fire started shortly after 5 p.m.

NYC's First Zero-emissions Passenger Ferry Slated for 2024 Launch

NYC's First Zero-emissions Passenger Ferry Slated for 2024 Launch

A newly announced zero-emissions electric ferry scheduled for launch in 2024 will be the first to service New York City as the marine industry continues to make strides to decarbonize its operations.The high-speed passenger vessel is the result of a partnership between local operator New York Cruise Lines and Stockholm-based Green City Ferries AB (GCF).

Sweden's Trafikverket Orders Autonomous Electric Ferries

Sweden's Trafikverket Orders Autonomous Electric Ferries

Holland Shipyards Group said it signed a contract with the Swedish Transport Administration (Trafikverket Sweden) for the delivery of up to four autonomous all-electric ferries. The vessels, which will be built for the agency's ferries unit Trafikverket Färjerederiet, will sail according to autonomy level 2, and will be controlled from the remote control center based in Stockholm.

Marine Group Boat Works: Standing Steady on Four Legs

Marine Group Boat Works: Standing Steady on Four Legs

Ask anyone working in the shipyard business, and they’ll tell you balancing yacht, commercial and government vessel repair work concurrently is no easy task. Add a bit of new construction to the mix, and you’ve got Marine Group Boat Works (MGBW), a Chula Vista, Calif. shipyard that has seemingly mastered the balancing act.

Passenger Jumps from San Francisco Bay Ferry

Passenger Jumps from San Francisco Bay Ferry

A passenger is missing after reportedly jumping from a ferry that was underway in the Oakland Estuary on Sunday afternoon.A witness alerted the captain of the 400-passenger ferry Carina, who immediately turned the vessel around to initiate rescue procedures, San Francisco Bay Area's Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA) said.

Ferry Damaged After 'Hard Landing' in Seattle

Ferry Damaged After 'Hard Landing' in Seattle

Washington State Ferries said one of its vessels suffered "significant damage" as the result of a "hard landing" at the Fauntleroy terminal in Seattle on Thursday.The Cathlamet, which was traveling from Vashon Island to West Seattle during a 7:55 a.m. sailing, reportedly struck an offshore dolphin (pilings, not the aquatic mammal) before alliding with the dock.

P&O Ferries Rejects Government Plea to Rehire Fired Workers

P&O Ferries Rejects Government Plea to Rehire Fired Workers

P&O Ferries on Tuesday rejected the British government's request to rehire 800 workers it fired without notice two weeks ago, saying that doing so would cause the company to collapse.P&O Ferries, an 180-year old company now owned by Dubai-based logistics group DP World, prompted an outcry from British government ministers

Staten Island Ferry Sandy Ground Commissioned

Staten Island Ferry Sandy Ground Commissioned

Staten Island Ferry's second new Ollis-class vessel, Sandy Ground, was commissioned Friday by New York City Mayor Eric Adams.“I am honored to commission a new Staten Island Ferry named for a community of New Yorkers who represent the best of our city and our country,” said Mayor Adams.

AET Names Dual-fuel VLCC Eagle Valence

AET Names Dual-fuel VLCC Eagle Valence

Tanker operator AET announced it has named its new dual-fuel very large crude carrier (VLCC) Eagle Valence.Named during a virtual ceremony at Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) in Geoje, South Korea, the 300,000 dwt newbuild is the first of two liquefied natural gas (LNG) dual-fuel VLCCs being built for long-term charter to Chartering and Shipping Services SA

Tug and Barge Transporting Munitions Run Aground on Florida Beach

Tug and Barge Transporting Munitions Run Aground on Florida Beach

A tug and barge ran aground Thursday night near Deerfield Beach, Fla., while transporting munitions from Port Canaveral to a U.S. Naval facility in the Bahamas.The U.S.-flagged tug Sea Eagle had four people on board when it began taking on water and went aground at 8:45 p.m. on Thursday, the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) said.

Passenger Vessel Sector Faces Winding Path Back to ‘Normal’

Passenger Vessel Sector Faces Winding Path Back to ‘Normal’

The year just ended, 2021, might be described as being about “trying to get back to normal”, across the entire transportation spectrum, two years into the pandemic. During this time, the decarbonization and electrification waves have swept across maritime passenger transport. The passenger side of the business is dependent on multiple funding sources; increasingly