The DMO LISTO’s current position in the North Atlantic Ocean is 36.72218° / -76.20966°, as reported by AIS to our vessel tracker app on 2022-04-01 at 17:15. The yacht is now travelling at a speed of 7 knots.
DMO LISTO (IMO: 64, MMSI: 367628070) is a towing vessel that is now travelling under the flag of [US] USA. On this page, you may learn about the vessel’s current location, last detected port calls, and current journey details. If the vessel is not covered by AIS, the most recent position will be displayed.
Our AIS receivers have detected DMO LISTO’s present position, and we are not responsible for the data’s accuracy. Our vessel tracking app’s Ais receivers recorded the vessel’s last position when it was in Coverage. According to AIS, the current draught of DMO LISTO is 3 meters.
Information About DMO LISTO
The Creole Janice was built in 1978 by Rayco Shipbuilders and Repair Company (hull #64) for Hollywood Marine Incorporated in Houston, Texas.
Monteiro Towing Company Incorporated of Houma, Louisiana bought the tug in 1990. She was able to keep her name. Double Eagle Marine Incorporated of New Iberia, Louisiana purchased her in 1997. The tug was renamed the Rapid Eagle in this location.
The tug was purchased by the Delta Towing Company of Houma, Louisiana in 2001. She was renamed the Delta Pelican there. Greater New York Marine Transportation Incorporated of Syossett, New York purchased her in 2010. The tug was christened the Island Star there.
Daigle Towing Services Incorporated of Belle Chasse, Louisiana purchased the tug in 2011. She was renamed the Mason Ray there. Intra Tug (the Intracoastal Tug and Barge Company) of Maurice, Louisiana purchased her in 2014. The tug was christened the DMO LISTO there.
The tug was handed to Intracoastal Marine Incorporated, a division of the Intra Marine Group, in Chesapeake, Virginia, in 2021. She was able to keep her name.
Two GM 12V-71 diesel engines provide power. At a 6:1 ratio, Twin Disc reduction gears are used. Two stainless steel fixed-pitch propellers are being turned. She’s a twin screw tug with an 800 horsepower rating.
|DMO LISTO (Vessel Name)||Previous Vessel Names||Previous Vessel Owners|
|USCG Doc. No: 600327||CREOLE JANICE, RAPID EAGLE, DELTA PELICAN, ISLAND STAR, MASON RAY.||Hollywood Marine Inc., MONTEIRO TOWING CO INC., DELTA TOWING LLC, NORTH AMERICAN MARINE & SECURITY SERVICES LLC, DAIGLE TOWING SERVICE LLC, DALE MARTIN OFFSHORE LLC.|
|Call Sign: WDC2304|
|Hull Material: STEEL|
|Hull Number: 64|
|Year Built: 1978|
|Hull Depth: 8.9|
|Hull Breadth: 24|
|Gross Tonnage: 72|
|Net Tonnage: 49|
|Hailing Port: LAFAYETTE, LA.|
|Vessel Service: TOWING VESSEL|
|Trade Indicator: Coast-wise Unrestricted|
|Ship Builder: RAYCO SHIPBUILDERS & REPA|
Types Of 2023 Tugboats
The Tugboats 2023 are classified into three types, which are the seagoing tugs. The seagoing tugs are also known as deep-sea tugs or ocean tugboats. While Harbour tugboats are smaller than seagoing Tugboats, which have a higher width-to-length ratio.
Another one is the river tugboats, and these tugboats are referred to as rowboats and can be regarded as push boats.
The tugboat was marketed in the United States of America (USA) as one of the second-largest tugboats in the world. However, this information was conducted based on the research made by Clarkson. There are over 1,700 tug-type of workboats, operating in the United States of America.
Tug Boat 2023 Propulsion Types
The propulsion system of a tug boat consists was the Prime mover which is the (diesel engine) with a main reduction gear attached, with a shaft line connecting to its gearbox attached to the propeller which provides the mechanism thrust for propelling the tugboat.
Who Makes Tug Boats Or Tugboat Company?
See the information below on who makes the Tug Boat:
The Vane Brothers operates as one of the tug fleets in North America at large. And the Vane Brothers has worked immensely on tug boats with approximately 50 model-bow tugboats and these are a few examples of Vane Brother’s achievements listed below:
- Square-bow push boats
- Articulated tug
- Together with barge units (AT/Bs)
- And launch or freight boats.