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Photographer:nordwelle [View profile]Title:CHESAPEAKE COASTAdded:Jun 25, 2012
Captured:May 03, 2012IMO:9655121Hits:3,816
Photo Category: Tugs
Description:
New York Hudson River
Vessel Identification
Name:Chesapeake Coast
IMO:9655121
Flag:U.s.a.
MMSI:366782000
Callsign:WDF9286
Technical Data
Vessel type:Tug
Gross tonnage:412 tons
Summer DWT:156 tons
Length:30 m
Beam:10 m
Draught:3.8 m

Additional Information
Home port:Chesapeake City Md
Class society:American Bureau Of Shipping
Build year:2011
AIS Information
Last known position:
37°57’55.65” N, 76°16’6.38” W
Status:Underway
Speed, course (heading):
9.4kts, 122° (120°)
Destination:
Location:Hopewell Va
Arrival:9th May 2019
20:00:35 UTC
Last update:
1 day 9 hours ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 December 17th, 13:00:19 UTCPhilly
2018 December 17th, 13:00:06 UTCPhilly
2018 July 20th, 18:00:52 UTCSavannah
2018 July 7th, 18:00:44 UTCHopewell Va
2018 July 7th, 18:00:44 UTCAnchored
2018 July 7th, 18:00:42 UTCPhilly
2018 July 7th, 18:00:01 UTCNorfolk Va
2018 June 28th, 12:00:16 UTCChesapeake City
2018 June 27th, 09:00:35 UTCNorfolk Va
2018 May 13th, 14:00:12 UTCNew York
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Photo Comments (12)

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Dave Forbes on Jun 27, 2012 22:11 (6 years ago)
This is mental.
Pieter on Jun 26, 2012 10:04 (6 years ago)
It looks completely daft!
Clyde Dickens on Jun 26, 2012 00:55 (6 years ago)
The This Ship link led me to this example of what David Boone said http://www.shipspotting.com/gallery/photo.php?lid=1559247
David Boone on Jun 25, 2012 23:13 (6 years ago)
The tug was designed to handle the biggest barges in service today, with a high vantage point for the tug crew to see without obstruction. The tug can push or pull, as she is also equipped with a stern towing winch. There is no elevator, I suppose the crew would be very fit with all the ladders to climb.
elbwasser on Jun 25, 2012 19:59 (6 years ago)
What a nice tug! I like it
Barry Graham on Jun 25, 2012 19:47 (6 years ago)
Looks like the leaning "tower" of Pisa
phantom53 on Jun 25, 2012 19:44 (6 years ago)
Who would have thought it, a high-rise tug, only the Americans, eh!!!!!!!!
smok on Jun 25, 2012 18:43 (6 years ago)
I like it.
Fergal Clohessy on Jun 25, 2012 18:42 (6 years ago)
I have to say.. I love these tugs :)
Im not an expert but its obviously a barge pusher, so the height of the bridge would afford good visibility over the barge being pushed?
Emmanuel.L on Jun 25, 2012 17:53 (6 years ago)
Looks like a floating pagoda. I wouldnt like to be on her in a severe gale, she looks top heavy.And what is the strange design of her bridge for?
Dеnis on Jun 25, 2012 12:09 (6 years ago)
What an ugly tug!
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