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Vigor Delivers ATB Tug to Harley Marine

July 6, 2016

Dale R Lindsey (Photo: Vigor)

Dale R Lindsey (Photo: Vigor)

Vigor’s Seattle shipyard recently delivered a 95’ x 38’ x 16’, 3,000 hp ATB Twin Screw Tug, Dale R Lindsey, to Harley Marine Services Inc.
 
Designed by Elliot Bay Design Group for primary operation in Alaska, the ATB tug utilizes an Articouple FRM-43M coupler system to pair with the 20,000 barrel oil barge, Petro Mariner. It features a raised aluminum pilothouse for optimal visibility built by Kvichak. 
 
Dale R Lindsey is the 11th vessel built by Vigor for its long-time customer, Harley Marine. Two 83,000 bbl., double-hull ATB tank barges, Fight ALS and Fight Fanconi Anemia, were recently completed at the Portland, Ore. shipyard.
 
“Repeat business is one of the best compliments a builder can receive,” said Keith Whittemore, Vigor Executive VP of Business Development. “Even better is when the confidence of our customers extends into new areas. Vigor has worked hard to expand its capabilities and has steadily grown from a barge builder to a construction portfolio that includes ferries in Seattle, Alaska and San Francisco, fishing vessels, fireboats, tugs, high performance crafts and now an ATB tug.”
 
“We’re excited about the future of our new build program and proud to have earned the opportunity to help Harley expand its Alaskan fleet,” Whittemore said.
 
“We’ve had a long-standing relationship with Vigor, built on their ability to consistently deliver a quality product to serve the needs of our customers,” said Harley Franco of Harley Marine. “Their knowledge of the unique construction needs of vessels operating in the demanding Alaskan environment will be an added benefit in helping us maintain our unswerving commitment to both safety and the environment in the communities we serve.”
 
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