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And the equipment on the buoy tender has improved so that instead of needing 50 people to run the cutter, we now need only 18.
At press time the Canadian government buoy tender and several tugs were reported on their way to aid both ships.
They proved to be capable and useful buoy tenders.
Among the ships the service said it planned to use as a replacement were slow-moving buoy tenders.
A buoy tender is a type of vessel used to maintain and replace navigational buoys.
Ten were refitted as buoy tenders during the war and reverted to patrol work afterward.
The new Juniper buoy tenders are designed and operated as multi-mission platforms.
The spilled oil recovery system that all Juniper class buoy tenders are equipped with is another unique feature.
The vessels are a combination of tugboat, anchor handler, fireboat and buoy tender.
Buoy tender, used to maintain navigational aids.
Through the war years Narcissus continued to serve as a large inland buoy tender, operating out of Portsmouth.
The United States Coast Guard named a coastal buoy tender in her honor.
All of the Juniper class of buoy tenders were designed with an optimally manned crew.
The Sorrel is a seagoing buoy tender: its main mission is to repair and replace buoys.
In 1996 the Coast Guard commissioned its new Keeper Class of buoy tenders.
After boot training, Al is assigned to a buoy tender in Boston, the Periwinkle, as a ship's cook.
United States Coast Guard Bibliography and links on buoy tenders.
John Oxley continued to serve as a pilot tender, lighthouse and buoy tender until 1968 when she was decommissioned.
The 100-foot Class Inland Buoy Tenders consists of the following boats:
SS John Oxley is a former pilot boat and lighthouse and buoy tender.
She became the rough prototype for the 180' class of ocean-going buoy tenders, designated WLB.
After the last Hudson Bay expedition in 1886, Alert was reconfigured as a light-house supply vessel and buoy tender.
The Sycamore class were three river buoy tenders of the United States Coast Guard, commissioned in 1941 and 1943.
Conversely, black-hulled cutters (such as buoy tenders and inland construction tenders) use the standard racing stripe.
They were needed to complement the larger seagoing buoy tenders in servicing short-range-aids-to-navigation, typically those placed in coastal waters and harbors.
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