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Ariete Primo - The conversion of a 44 metre tugboat into an exclusive Super yacht.

ARIETE PRIMO is a 44m Luxury Motor yacht which was launched in 1967 and completely refitted in 2006. She has been transformed into an elegant yacht,.

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On November 29, 2014, I received a phone call from an officer of the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission named John Beardsley. He was investigating a missing boater, he said, and explained that some duck hunters had found a canoe and that my phone number had turned up among the gear in the boat. He wanted to know where it had come from—he hoped, in fact, that I might be the canoeist. It took me a second or two to realize that the boat must have been Dick Conant’s. It had come practically from Canada, I explained—from Plattsburgh, New York, twenty miles south of the border. Conant had paddled past my house, on the Hudson River a dozen miles above Manhattan, on Labor Day morning. As I was about to take my toddler son kayaking, a neighbor called out that there was a man in his house I might want to meet. A red canoe was tied up at the base of the seawall. It was filthy, and packed as if for the apocalypse, with tarps and trash bags and Army-surplus duffels. My neighbor, an adventurous spirit who once pedalled a bicycle from New York to Cocoa Beach, had spotted the unusual traveller in the water and waved him ashore. Inside, Conant was sitting at the head of a table, facing down a kingly spread of caviar, sausage, doughnuts, and vodka, and holding forth for several guests. He was headed for Florida, he said, and was two months into a journey that he figured would take six more. He was sixty-three, and spoke in a mellifluous high timbre that seemed almost childlike. He wore denim bib overalls, a T-shirt, and muddy brown boots, and stood six feet one and weighed three hundred pounds. He had a rust-colored beard, with patches of white, and his face was as red as a boiled lobster shell—a riparian Santa. On the phone, I explained to Officer Beardsley that I was a journalist, and that I had written a short article (in this magazine) about Conant’s ambitious voyage. I mentioned that he had e-mailed me a month or so earlier, in late October, and sounded healthy and happy, in spite of the fact that waves had drowned his laptop. He was at a public library in Delaware City, Delaware, “and preparing for the next leg across Chesapeake Bay,” he wrote. I suggested that Beardsley check the local library, or perhaps a dive bar, where Conant might be raising eyebrows with his story about nearly getting run over by a barge one night on the Mississippi. Conant was a Navy veteran, and he suffered from gout and high blood pressure. The canoe had been spotted floating upside down near the mouth of Big Flatty Creek, by a father who was fishing with his young boy and feared what they might discover if they drew their boat any closer. Big Flatty discharges into the not so flat brackish waters of Albemarle Sound, about twenty miles west of the Outer Banks. The father called his friend Grover Sanders, who had been hunting ducks nearby. Sanders, a stout soybean farmer who hadn’t trimmed his beard in three and a half years, drove his skiff out to have a look. He was referring to the cypress knees that perforate the northern shores of the sound, giving it the color of tea. Behind the stumps was a swampy forest and, behind that, miles of tilled fields. Sanders spent fifteen minutes eying the canoe from various angles, trying to get a sense of what might be underneath, before attempting to right it. Ropes pulsed beneath the boat like the tentacles of a jellyfish. They formed a kind of loose cage, trapping bags—or, as Sanders soon discovered, bags within bags within knotted bags, containing enough air that they amounted to a flotation device. Righting the boat without severing the ropes was impossible. Finding no body, Sanders called 911, loaded what bags he could onto his skiff, and towed the canoe inland, via a narrow canal, passing the rickety docks and large oyster middens of a shellfishing operation called Frog Island. A sheriff’s deputy and Beardsley and Chase Vaughan, another wildlife officer, met him there. Among the canoe’s contents were seventeen toothbrushes, three Louis L’Amour Western novels, a frying pan, a digital camera, and some soggy stapled papers, on the back of which I’d written my e-mail address and phone number, more than four hundred... The nation’s largest Coast Guard facility is in the nearest town, Elizabeth City. it dispatched a boat, a plane, and, eventually, a helicopter to aid in the.

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USS Mariner (SP-1136) was a wooden-hulled tugboat for the United States Navy in World War I. She had previously been the Jack T. Scully of the Neptune Line of New York before her acquisition by the Navy. She foundered and sank in a gale on 26 February 1918 while part of a convoy steaming to Bermuda.
Mariner, formerly the steam tug Jack T. Scully of the Neptune Line, New York City, was built in 1899 by A. C. Brown, Tottenville, Staten Island, New York and had previously steamed between New York and Bangor, Maine. Considered “strongly built” and a “good sea boat” for potential employment as a minesweeper, Mariner was delivered to the Navy on 25 September 1917. Earmarked “for distant service” on 1 October 1917 and given the designation SP-1136, she was commissioned at the New York Navy Yard, Brooklyn, New York, on 19 December 1917, Lt. (jg.) Martin Miller, USNRF in command. The Navy spent $3,000 refitting the tug for naval service.
Initially, Mariner performed routine duty at the New York Navy Yard and in the waters of New York harbor. Following that period of local work, she got underway on 6 February 1918 in company with converted yachts Yacona and Wadena, bound for New London,

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Oil spill, high waves: A Great Lakes disaster scenario
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In the foreground is the tug Rochelle Kaye and in the background the USCGC Alder ... Now imagine oil spill response boats from the pipeline operator and U.S. Coast Guard moored at the docks, taking no action for hours, or even a day or more as the slick ...

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The U.S. tug boat Defiance and the heavy barge Ashtabula arrived at the Port of Ogdensburg early Sunday morning, bringing with them 23,500 tons of road salt, according to Ogdensburg Bridge and Port Authority officials. The salt will be used throughout ...

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At this time, officials will also welcome the arrival of the USS Hoga. The WWII tug boat is the latest addition to the Maritime Museum. Designated a National Historic Landmark by the National Park Service, Hoga is known for her heroic actions at Pearl ...

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