The tug Elizabeth Anne joined our fleet in March, 2006. Elizabeth Anne is a twin screw model bow steel tug powered by two 379 Caterpillar engines. She is capable of towing, pushing or hipping up to a barge. The crew of Elizabeth Anne has been involved in dredging operations, international trade, river work, artificial reef building, salvage operations, and various other types of deployments, both offshore and inshore.
Tug Elizabeth Anne was last dry docked in January of 2011. She is SOLAS equipped for 50+ miles offshore and has been fully equipped for offshore work.
Propulsion / Power Twin Diesel Engines:
- One in pilot house
- One aft on the second deck with engine controls
- SMATCO Model 44-HATS-100, 50 HP electric motor driven hydraulic single drum towing winch with 1600′ 1-1/4″ tow cable
- 2x facing winches
Cruising Speed: 10 knots
Endurance Range: 20 days fuel and stores
- 1 – SSB Radio
- 3 – VHF Radios
- 1 – GlobalStar Satellite Phone
- Tug “Elizabeth Anne” monitors VHF Channel 16 continuously.Additionally, “Elizabeth Anne” crewman carry cell phones, two-way radios, and hand-held VHF Radios.
- Furuno Model 1930 Marine Radar
- Furuno Universal AIS FA-100 Vessel ID Transmitter System
- Sperry MK-37 Gyrocompass
- Sperry 8T Autopilot
- Danforth Magnetic Compass
- Garmin GPS – Map 130
- Garmin GPS – Map 235
- Depth Sounder
- Raytheon Loud Hailer, Model RAY 400
Fuel: 25,000 gal
Potable Water: 4,000 gal