|Photographer:||Vedran Mlacic [View profile]||Title:||JOHN M. SELVICK||Added:||Oct 14, 2005|
||Great Lakes (Tugs & Barges)|
|JOHN M. SELVICK pushing three barges BBL 400, B 7 & L-1059 downbound Welland canal on October 14, 2005 @ 1627 to 1630. The tow is tied up at the east wharf just south of lock # 7, waiting for RT. HON. PAUL J. MARTIN to vacate lock # 7.
JOHN M. SELVICK – Vessel Particulars
Place of Build: Chicago, IL
Builder: Chicago Ship Building Co.
Date of Build: 1898
Gross Tonnage: 287.00
Net Tonnage: 34.00
Hull Material: Steel
Hull Number: 00034
Vessel Length: 107.00’
Vessel Width: 24.16’
Vessel Height :13.00’
Converted to towing tug; dieselized, 1941 (112 x 24.16 x 13; 256 gross - 174 net). Self contained bubbler system installed in summer 1982 for icebreaking. She is one of the oldest tugs still in service on the Great Lakes.