North Arm Transportation Purchases Twin Screw Tug

Wednesday, October 24, 2001
North Arm Transportation Ltd. of Vancouver, BC, Canada recently purchased the 70ft. twin screw tug Josee M (ex: Hamilton Bailie) from McKeil Boat Works Ltd. of Hamilton Ontario, Canada. The tug was originally powered by twin CAT D346TA engines developing 960 BHP. The tugs was refitted in 1996 with twin GM 16:V92 DDEC series engines developing 2200 hp at 2100 rpm. McKeil Boat Works Ltd. will deliver the tug to Florida where it will be put on a lift ship and then delivered to Vancouver Harbor in late November. Harlow Marine International Inc. of Langley, BC, Canada brokered the sale of the vessel.

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