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Still, for the harbor pilots and tugboat captains responsible for getting ships through New York Harbor, their jobs are about to get more challenging.
The joint company will operate more than 165 vessels, from natural gas carriers and oil-product tankers to tugboats and support vessels.
The face of evil’ sentenced A former tugboat captain who carried out Orange County’s worst mass shooting was sentenced Friday to spend the rest of his life in prison for killing eight people at a Seal Beach salon in 2011.
Thirteen tugboats gather off Pier 84, then parade upriver.
Her father, Norvelle Simmons, a former prizefighter, worked as a tugboat captain, and her mother, Eva May Simmons, was the head cashier at a grocery store.
Cuki's twin masts are too tall to fit beneath the State Road A1A bridge at Sebastian Inlet, so a tugboat would have to transport the sailboat to Port Canaveral, Culver said.
For four days, Cheniere had to send four tugboats out every few hours to measure the depths on its own and report back to the U.S. Coast Guard.
Got up to 355 km/h (220 mph) before things started 🔥. Kind of like racing with a tugboat.
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