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Topic review - Sturgeon Bay Activity
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  Post subject:  Sturgeon Bay Activity  Reply with quote
The Sarter tug William C. Selvick docked on Monday in the small graving dock at Bay Ship.

Also, the barge Robert Deegan is in the floating drydock also.

Elsewhere at Bay, the new Mark W. Barker looks like she's nearing completion of paint. The LNG barge Clean Canaveral is sitting pierside. The two GLF boats (Blough and Callaway) remain unchanged.
Post Posted: October 5, 2021, 5:26 am

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