Linda Moran Delivered

Monday, September 15, 2008

August 15, 2008 was a milestone for Washburn & Doughty as the Linda Moran left the shipyard. Linda Moran is the first vessel delivered by the shipyard since a fire on July 11, 2008 destroyed the company's main construction building.

The Linda Moran was tied to the company's barge when the fire broke out. Thankfully, due to light winds and local lobstermen who towed the vessel away from the barge, the Linda Moran survived undamaged.

The Linda is a 121 x 36 x 18-ft. Intercon tug owned by the Moran Towing Corporation of . The vessel is surveyed by the American Bureau of Shipping and complies with applicable SOLAS regulations. Linda Moran was designed by Ocean Tug & Barge Engineering Corp.

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