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NORTH CAROLINA - Raleigh, NC - (919) 733-2936
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OHIO - Columbus, OH - (614) 752-9494
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OREGON - Salem, OR - (503) 947-1212
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RHODE ISLAND - Cranston, RI - (401) 462-8767
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TENNESSEE - Nashville, TN - (615) 741-2284
TEXAS - Austin, TX
UTAH - Salt Lake City, UT - (801) 526-9401
VERMONT - Montpelier, VT - (802) 828-4153
VIRGIN ISLANDS - Charlotte Amalie, VI - (340) 776-3700
VIRGINIA - Richmond, VA - (804) 786-7496
WASHINGTON - Lacey, WA - (360) 438-4804
WEST VIRGINIA - Charleston, WV - (304) 558-2660
WISCONSIN - Madison, WI - (608) 267-2393
WYOMING - Casper, WY - (307) 473-3807
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Tugboat and Towboat Companies
Inland, Gulf & Great Lakes
What is a tugboat? Is it the
quintessential harbor tug with a
black hull and red deckhouse like an
army bow tug? Or can it be a river
pushboat with a superstructure
stacked like a wedding cake? If the
people who run the boat offer jobs for
deckhands, mates, engineers and
cooks, does it really matter? Below
are some employers on inland
waters.

Here are Links To Inland Employers:
Strange Question
Imagine falling off a vessel 10 miles off Cape Cod,
Massachusetts. Even if it was during the two
weeks of the year where the water temperature
wouldn't kill a person in 20 minutes, other perils
abound. Given a choice, do you think it would be
better to encounter
a great white
shark or a
mako shark in
these New
England
Waters?
 
Trivia: What is MARPOL ?
Trivia: What is a load line ?
This one isn't in the Who's
Hiring Now
section yet.
Setoon Towing describes itself
as the largest inland marine
gathering operator on the Gulf
Coast. They offer 14/7 and
28/14 schedules and are
currently seeking deckhands,
captains and tankermen. Visit
the job section of their site at
Setoon Towing.
Answer
Hornbeck Offshore Services, LLC.
Great Lakes Group
More Links Below
Higman Marine Services
Edison Chouest Offshore
Tidewater Marine
American Electric Power
Cheramie Marine
L & M Botruc
Odyssea Marine
More Links Below
Talk about special duty for an inland tugboat company deckhand...  Carolyn Chouest, operated
by Edison Chouest Offshore, featured above, has special duty supporting the U.S. Navy in the
operation of their submarine NR-1. More about the NR-1 below.
Think your living quarters are cramped because you share a cabin with someone who should
learn to make less noise when not on watch? How about serving aboard a vessel where you
literally have a difficult time finding a place to lie prone or stretch your feet. The U.S. Navy
operates the NR-1, seen alongside the support vessel Carolyn Chouest (operated by
Edison
Chouest Offshore ) in the photo above.  This is probably one of the most remarkable vessels in
the world, if for no other reason than that it manages to cram a nuclear propulsion plant (yes... a
nuclear propulsion plant, as in a
Los Angeles Class attack sub or Ohio Class ballistic missile
platform) into a hull length of 150 feet. At 400 tons displacement, you can imagine that most of the
space that would otherwise be devoted to providing some semblence of comfort for the crew is
instead relegated to scientific research gear and machinery. NR-1 can dive to a depth of about
2,500 feet and can carry out special missions such as retrieval, research, or delivering
equipment to the ocean floor. With a crew of 3 officers, 8 crewmen and 2 scientists, space is at
a premium. It is truly a remarkable vessel and working aboard her must be very demanding for
the crew. She was built in 1967 at
General Dynamics Electric Boat, which you may have
already noticed is one of the featured employers we highlight.
Would you be interested in
a job coaching a soccer
team like this? Yes, you
would? That's simply
amazing! So would about
half the world.
Unfortunately, we can't help
you there land such a job.

But if you're interested in a
marine machinery
mechanic
position with the
Norfolk Naval Shipyard in
Portsmouth, Virginia, you're
in luck. Click
here to go to
the government jobs
website that features the
federal government job
opening.

Good luck!
Marquette Transportation
You know... I saw this boat
by the St. Louis Arch last
week... it had a black hull,
white cabin and blue
lettering. Who runs it?
You might find out at
Dick's Towboat Gallery,
with great photos of inland
vessels.
Jobs in the
Gulf.