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Photo Details
Photographer:Dan [View profile]Title:David FossAdded:Dec 20, 2006
Captured:IMO:7932343Hits:758
Photo Category: Tugs
Description:
Foss/Constellation's David Foss holding station off Logan airport waiting for an inbound ship. A fairly little guy, especially compared to the AMNAV 97 footers. This is the only boat I managed to shoot, however they used Phoenix, Cygnus, David Foss and I think the Orion. I had to cut short the picture taking to drive. First time I've seen this many Constellation boats working a ship.
Vessel Identification
Name:David Mcallister
IMO:7932343
MMSI:367356820
Callsign:WDE4708
Former name(s):
- Volans (Until 2013 May)
- David Foss (Until 2009)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Tug
Gross tonnage:106 tons
Length:24 m
Beam:7 m
Draught:3 m

Additional Information
Build year:1980
AIS Information
Last known position:
29°38’26.34” N, 93°31’17.53” W
Status:Unknown
Speed, course (heading):
6.0kts, 89° (90°)
Destination:
Location:Pensacola
Arrival:27th Nov 2018
12:00:55 UTC
Last update:
4 days 17 hours ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 August 19th, 13:00:11 UTCPort Arthur
2018 July 12th, 15:00:12 UTCPort Arthur
2018 June 25th, 10:00:37 UTCCorpur Christi
2018 June 21st, 23:00:34 UTCCorpur Christi
2018 May 23rd, 06:00:51 UTCPensacola
2018 May 7th, 12:00:48 UTCPensacola
2018 May 3rd, 16:00:42 UTCPort Arthur
2018 April 24th, 18:00:49 UTCCorpur Christi
2018 April 9th, 00:00:51 UTCFreeport,tx
2018 April 9th, 00:00:42 UTCFreeport,tx
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Photo Comments (3)

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Matt Ruscher on Dec 21, 2006 02:31 (11 years ago)
nice shot dan, i saw her on ais in all sorts of different waters i have never seen anything on ais in
Dan on Dec 21, 2006 02:25 (11 years ago)
No idea, but I'll see if I can find out as I'm in the process of seeing if I can get hired by Constellation. It certainly doesnt seem like a ship assist boat, but it worked the bow of the ship that came in today (I totally forgot the name). They have been taking the David all kinds of places in the harbor that are generally a no-no for tugs, so I'm assuming she's a relatively shallow draft. I was baffled when I saw tugs coming out of Marina bay the other night, but then I realized how small they are compared to the other boats in the harbor. The Phoenix and Cygnus are real bruiser tugs, 97 feet long with huge EMD engines...you can hear them coming from a ways off, they sound like jets. I hope they keep 'em in Boston, to be honest.
Nate on Dec 21, 2006 01:34 (11 years ago)
I see you finally had the opportunity to catch her, good work. Any idea how much HP this tug has? Doesnt seem like the type of tug to do ship assist.
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