Donjon’s Tug Fleet Continues to Grow

Friday, January 15, 2010
Photo courtesy Donjon Marine Co., Inc.

Donjon Marine, Co., Inc., a global marine services provider based in N.J., announced that Donjon has added the 2,700 hp twin screw tug Sarah Ann (ex-June K) to its expanding tug fleet.  The 78 by 26 by 10.5-ft tug, with twin CAT 3512B diesels and a nine-ft draft, was built in 2003 by A&B Shipyard, Amelia, La.  Designed principally for ship handling and assist work, barge towing and dredge assist, the tug’s draft is shallow enough to navigate the many creeks and estuaries throughout the Port of New York region. The tug’s upper pilothouse, whose maximum eye-height is 28 ft, can be folded aft to a 19-ft eye-height as required to accommodate any height restrictions. 
 
The Sarah Ann will further support Donjon’s existing and future projects as one of the largest dredging and salvage contractors in the Northeast, as well as broaden the towing services Donjon provides to its customers throughout the New York/New Jersey area. 
 
(www.donjon.com)
 

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