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Coast Guard Assets

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Asset | April 24, 2019

65-foot small harbor tug


Length: 65 feet
Beam: 16 feet
Sustained Speed: 10 knots
Range: 850 nautical miles at 9.8 knots; 2,700 nautical miles at 5.8 knots
Ice breaking up to 12 inches
The 65-foot inland buoy tender services fixed and floating short range aids to navigation along the coastal and inland waterways.

The 65-foot harbor tugs were built between 1962 and 1967 that have the distinction of operating only on the East Coast, from Maine to Virginia.