General information

IMO:
7942295
MMSI:
367029960
Callsign:
WDC4749
Width:
9.0 m
Length:
32.0 m
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Class:
AIS type:
Tug
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Flag:
United States of America
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Course/Position

Position:
Navigational status:
Moored
Course:
342.5° / 0.0
Heading:
175.0° / 0.0
Speed:
Max speed:
Status:
moored
Location:
Toledo Ohio (Toledo Port)
Area:
United States
Last seen:
3 min ago
Source:
T-AIS
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Last update:
5 min ago
Source:
T-AIS
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Latest ports

Port
Arrival
Departure
Duration
2019-03-22
2d 21h 30m
2019-01-04
2019-03-21
76d 21h 17m
2018-12-31
2019-01-03
3d 5h 59m
2018-12-30
2018-12-30
47m
2018-12-26
2018-12-30
3d 10h 15m
United States of America
2018-12-23
2018-12-24
1d 15h 37m
United States of America
2018-12-20
2018-12-20
29m
United States of America
2018-12-15
2018-12-17
1d 21h
United States of America
2018-12-12
2018-12-12
9h 27m
United States of America
2018-12-11
2018-12-11
5h 2m
Note: All times are in UTC

Latest news

First downbound vessel passes through Welland-Canal

Tue Mar 21 09:13:11 CET 2017 arnekiel

Not only is the Welland Canal at the forefront of Niagara’s transportation infrastructure, it’s an economic driver for the region and great for tourism as well, speakers at the Top Hat Ceremony in Port Colborne said Monday morning. The ceremony, held at Lock 8 Park, celebrates the first downbound vessel to pass through the lakeside city toward Lake Ontario, and the opening of the canal. Capt. Gary Kafcsak of the tug-barge combination Calusa Coast and Delaware received the ceremonial head-topper. When speeches were over, Port Colborne Historical and Marine Museum director/curator Stephanie Powell Baswick presented a more than 100-year-old beaver felt fur top hat to Kafcsak. The Calusa Coast and Delaware are part of Dann Marine Towing, a fifth generation family-owned and operated tugboat company, which manages a fleet of 22 ocean and coastal tugboats as well as inland push boats. The captain and his crew were bound for Hamilton with a load of liquid asphalt from Detroit. “This is a big honour to do this. I love it,” Kafcsak said of the ceremony. “I appreciate what the canal and Canada has done for us, to keep us moving products and working. It’s a very well-maintained canal. We’re grateful to be working in these waters,” he said. Jim Wheeler, manager of canal services for the seaway, said Monday’s ceremony marked the start of the 189th year of operation of the canal. http://www.wellandtribune.ca/2017/03/20/first-downbound-vessel-passes-through-canal

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