KEEGAN FOSS

  • General
    • Vessel Name : KEEGAN FOSS
    • Operator : 3900010
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Tugboat
    • Vessel Type : Tugboat
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
    • Horsepower rating : 3900
  • Location
    • City : RICHMOND
    • STATE : CA
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 123
  • Size
    • Register length : 102.5 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 34 Feet
    • Overall Length : 110 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 34 Feet
    • Load draft : 12.7 Feet
    • Light Draft : 2 Feet
    • Height : 43 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 1988
    • EQUIP1 : NONE
    • Coast Guard Number : 940902

LYNN MARIE

  • Type : Tugboat
  • Construction : Steel

POINT FERMIN

  • Type : Tugboat
  • Construction : Steel

POINT VICENTE

  • Type : Tugboat
  • Construction : Steel

FDH

  • Type : Other Liquid Cargo Barge Not Elsewhere Included
  • Construction : Steel

News

Containership Loses Engine Power Off California Coast

Containership Loses Engine Power Off California Coast

A Singapore-flagged containership went adrift after losing engine power off the coast of California, the U.S. Coast Guard said.The crew of the 564-foot Wan Hai 176 told Coast Guard Sector San Francisco watchstanders that the ship started drifting as the result of mechanical problems on Friday. The ship has 21 people on board, and no injuries have been reported.

Shipbuilding: UECC Takes Delivery of Auto Advance, a “Dual-fuel LNG Battery Hybrid PCTC”

Shipbuilding: UECC Takes Delivery of Auto Advance, a “Dual-fuel LNG Battery Hybrid PCTC”

While many companies talk about decarbonization, United European Car Carrier (UECC) acts, as proven by its recent acceptance of the world’s first dual-fuel LNG battery hybrid PCTC, Auto Advance, delivered from China’s Jiangnan Shipyard and Maritime Reporter & Engineering News’ 2021 Great Ship of the Year.

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.

Interview: Will Roberts, President, Foss Maritime

Interview: Will Roberts, President, Foss Maritime

Will Roberts joined Seattle-based Foss Maritime in 2017 as chief commercial officer, and in 2018 he was named chief operating officer. Prior to joining Foss, Roberts held a number of leadership roles for marine systems and services provider Rolls-Royce, rising to senior vice president, customer and services–Americas. A U.S.

Racing for 30GW—and a Piece of the US Offshore Wind Pie

Racing for 30GW—and a Piece of the US Offshore Wind Pie

“30 by 30” is the rallying cry for all concerned with the burgeoning U.S. offshore wind business. In Spring 2021, the Secretaries of Energy, Interior and Commerce resolved to deploy 30 gigawatts (GW) of electricity generated from offshore turbines by 2030. Consultants McKinsey, in a recent article frame the value proposition for this clean fuel source

Sea Machines’ SM300 System On Board Foss Tug Earns ABS Approval

Sea Machines’ SM300 System On Board Foss Tug Earns ABS Approval

A Foss Maritime harbor tug outfitted with the Sea Machines SM300 autonomy system has been verified by the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS). The tug, Rachael Allen, is deployed in California, where it provides tanker escort and ship assists for Foss’ customers. The vessel will first leverage the Sea Machines’ autonomy system for routine transit and stand-by operations

Innovative CTV Launched for Seacat Services

Innovative CTV Launched for Seacat Services

A first-of-its-kind crew transfer vessel (CTV) has been launched by U.K. shipbuilder Diverse Marine for offshore crew transfer specialist Seacat Services.The multihull newbuild, Seacat Columbia, is the first BARTech30 CTV designed by BAR Technologies in partnership with Chartwell Marine.

DEME Offshore, Barge Master Develop Feeder Solution for U.S. Offshore Wind Farms

DEME Offshore, Barge Master Develop Feeder Solution for U.S. Offshore Wind Farms

Belgian offshore installation firm Deme Offshore and Dutch company Barge Master, which specializes in offshore motion compensation systems, have partnered up to further develop a U.S. Jones Act-compliant feeder solution for the upcoming offshore wind projects in the U.S.Last year, DEME Offshore was selected by wind farm developer Vineyard Vind to provide the offshore transport and installation

SAFEMATE Autonomous Vesel Project Launched

SAFEMATE Autonomous Vesel Project Launched

A newly launched autonomous vessel project aims to improve and assess the safety and efficiency of autonomous navigation systems and deploy a pilot on an operational ferry.Partners DNV, Kongsberg Maritime, Kongsberg Seatex, Bastø Fosen and NTNU announced the launch of the new SAFE Maritime Autonomous Technology (SAFEMATE) project, at the Nor-Shipping trade fair on Tuesday.

Foss to Develop Offshore Wind Terminal in New Bedford

Foss to Develop Offshore Wind Terminal in New Bedford

The Port of New Bedford in Massachusetts will add another base of operations and terminal logistics facility to support offshore wind projects off the northeastern coast seaboard.Foss is partnering with key local investors of New Bedford’s Cannon Street Holdings LLC (CSH) to develop the 30-acre site, currently home to the decommissioned Cannon Street Power Station in the city’s central waterfront.

Foss Maritime Names Mack COO

Foss Maritime Names Mack COO

Seattle-based Foss Maritime announced it has promoted Chris Mack Jr. to Chief Operating Officer (COO), responsible for all of the company's harbor services activitiesMack will oversee Marine Assurance, HR and labor, Fleet Engineering and Foss’ regional management teams in Washington, Oregon, California and Hawaii.

Foss Maritime Closes Seattle Shipyard

Foss Maritime Closes Seattle Shipyard

Foss Maritime announced the permanent closure of its Seattle shipyard located in North Queen Anne, effective October 30, 2021.“The difficult decision is a result of Foss Maritime’s regular evaluation of business lines and follows the company’s diligent effort to improve the viability of the Seattle shipyard over many years,” the company said in a press release