USCG Photo: Golden Seas Anchored Near Dutch Harbor

Wednesday, December 08, 2010
U.S. Coast Guard photo courtesy of Air Station Kodiak

The bulk carrier Golden Seas was towed into anchoring position in Broad Bay near Dutch Harbor by the tug Tor Viking II Dec. 7. The Tor Viking II rendezvoused with the Golden Seas and was able tow the ship more than 500 miles along the Aleutian Islands to safe harbor near Dutch Harbor.
 

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