, Port Arthur, Texas

Readers' Corner

September 28, 2007

Sabine to traverse local waterways

The newly built tug “Sabine” heads up the ship channel to the Seabulk Towing office with its two fire fighting monitors in full operation.

This tug was one of five sister tugs built at Eastern Shipbuilding in Panama City, Fla. for Seabulk Towing Company.

Seabulk Towing Company, which operates tugs in Port Arthur; Lake Charles; Mobile, Ala.; Tampa, Fla.; and Port Everglades and Port Canaveral Fla., is a SEACOR company. The Sabine is scheduled to provide tug services throughout the “Sabine” district which includes Port Arthur, Port Neches, Smith's Bluff, Nederland and Beaumont.

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