TWIN TUBE

  • General
    • Vessel Name : TWIN TUBE
    • Operator : REYNOLDS SHIPYARD CORP.
    • Ships Type (ICST) : General Cargo / Passenger
    • Vessel Type : Combination Passenger and Cargo
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
    • Horsepower rating : 160
  • Location
    • City : STATEN ISLAND
    • STATE : NY
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 61
    • Full Load Capacity : 40 Short ton
    • Passenger Capacity : 6
  • Size
    • Register length : 64 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 19 Feet
    • Overall Length : 64 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 19 Feet
    • Load draft : 5 Feet
    • Light Draft : 4 Feet
    • Height : 35 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 1951
    • EQUIP1 : A-FRAME BOOM
    • Coast Guard Number : 262924

REYNOLDS SHIPYARD CORP.

  • Area of Operation : NEW YORK HARBOR
  • Principal Commodity : SHIP SPARES AND PROVISIONS

ABC

  • Type : Combination Passenger and Cargo
  • Construction : Steel

News

Washington State Ferries Goes Out to Bid for New Hybrid-electric Vessels

Washington State Ferries Goes Out to Bid for New Hybrid-electric Vessels

Deliveries will begin in 2028 if all goes well. Delays and escalating costs have bedeviled the procurement process up until now.Washington State Ferries on Thursday published an invitation to bid on building five new hybrid-electric ferries, an overdue achievement that promises to eventually bring more reliability to cross-Sound ferry service.

New Long Island Ferry Launched at Eastern Shipbuilding

New Long Island Ferry Launched at Eastern Shipbuilding

Eastern Shipbuilding Group (ESG) on Friday held a launch and christening ceremony for the ferry Long Island at its Allanton Shipyard in Panama City, Fla.Scheduled to be delivered later this year, the new Subchapter H passenger and auto ferry is being built for Bridgeport & Port Jefferson Steamboat Company, a subsidiary of McAllister Towing, for operations between Bridgeport, Conn.

Oil Leak from Capsized Barge Off Tobago Stopped After a Month

Oil Leak from Capsized Barge Off Tobago Stopped After a Month

An oil leak from a barge carrying up to 35,000 barrels of fuel oil that capsized in early February off the Caribbean island of Tobago has stopped, said the twin islands' government on Thursday.The spill, which was first spotted off the coast of Tobago's Atlantic coast on Feb. 7, damaged some of the island's mangrove and threatened its tourism and fishing sector.

Marine News' Top Vessels of 2023

Marine News' Top Vessels of 2023

The November edition of Marine News magazine highlighted a selection of the most notable American newbuilds delivered of 2023—from a first-of-its-kind green towboat, to the lead vessel in a series of game-changing ships to train U.S. mariners.Empire StateAs the lead vessel in a series of five new training ships being constructed to serve America's state maritime academies

The $1 Billion Offshore Wind Prize for US Shipyards

The $1 Billion Offshore Wind Prize for US Shipyards

The U.S. offshore wind market presents a $1 billion long-term opportunity to builders of crew transfer vessels (CTV) and service operation vessels (SOV) that will support both wind farm construction and long-term operations and maintenance. Unlike many of the construction vessels to be deployed on U.S.

US Shipbuilding: Policy and Progress

US Shipbuilding: Policy and Progress

When asked about the top issues facing shipbuilders, executives at the Shipbuilders Council of America (SCA) listed a number of topics and concerns. SCA is the only national trade association representing U.S. shipyards engaged in the building and repairing of military and other government and commercial vessels, and companies providing goods and services to the shipbuilding industry.

Fearing China, South Korea Targets Contractors on Taiwan Navy Submarines

Fearing China, South Korea Targets Contractors on Taiwan Navy Submarines

South Korean authorities cited the risk of Chinese economic retaliation when they charged marine technology firm SI Innotec last year with violating trade laws for its work on Taiwan's new military submarine program, according to a police document seen by Reuters and two people familiar with the matter.In a Feb.

Making Hydrogen Work: Demo Project in San Francisco Port

Making Hydrogen Work: Demo Project in San Francisco Port

Hornblower Energy LLC, in partnership with the Port of San Franciso, the U.S. Department of Energy and six corporate partners, including Air Liquide and Glosten, is leading a project to demonstrate the feasibility and viability of using hydrogen (H2) as a maritime fuel.The project is located at Pier 68 in San Francisco. DOE selected the project for funding in 2020.

North Korea Is Growing Its Navy with Submarines and Nuclear Drones. But Why?

North Korea Is Growing Its Navy with Submarines and Nuclear Drones. But Why?

Over the past year North Korea has moved to boost its navy with new nuclear weapons, including an underwater drone, warships, and its first operational missile submarine, unveiled on Friday.North Korea's navy has historically been dwarfed by the country's land forces, and overshadowed by its rapidly advancing ballistic missile program.

Crossing Death's Door Daily

Crossing Death's Door Daily

Washington Island Ferry Line (WIFL) has been the essential link between the residents, business and visitors of Washington Island and Wisconsin's Door Peninsula for more than eight decades.Picturesque and peaceful Door County isn't named for some intrepid settlers named Door. The name has a more ominous meaning.

Wreck Site Identified as WWII Carrier USS Ommaney Bay (CVE 79)

Wreck Site Identified as WWII Carrier USS Ommaney Bay (CVE 79)

Naval History and Heritage Command confirmed the identity of a wreck site as USS Ommaney Bay (CVE 79) July 10. While operating in the Sulu Sea, Ommaney Bay was hit and eventually mortally wounded by a twin-engine Japanese suicide plane on Jan. 4, 1945.NHHC’s Underwater Archaeology Branch used a combination of survey information provided by the Sea Scan Survey team and video footage provided by

Is Stern Tube Damage Declining?

Is Stern Tube Damage Declining?

It might be easy to blame EALs, but the ongoing causes of stern tube damage are varied, and possibly declining.Environmentally Acceptable lubricants (EALs) gained market traction with the introduction of US VGP regulations in 2013. Since then, DNV has observed two major trends. The first, starting in 2013 was early life damage, either during sea trials or within the first five years of operation