Category:Paul P. Hastings (tugboat, 1945)

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Ship[edit]

  • Type: Tugboat
  • Built by the Marietta Manufacturing Co., Point Pleasant, West Virginia United States
  • Yard No: 530
  • Launch date:
  • Date of completion
  • Length over all: 142 ft (43 m)
  • LPP:
  • Beam: 33 ft (10 m)
  • Depth: 16 ft (4.9 m)
  • Tons: 480
  • DWT:
  • Net: 68
  • Main engine: 3 cylinder Skinner Uniflow steam engine of 1,200 hp (890 kW) served by twin Babcock & Wilcox water tube boilers
  • Speed:

History[edit]

  • 1945 Named: LT 814 (LT=Large Tug) for the US Army
  • 11.02.1948 Sold[6] to Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad Co. of San Francisco Renamed: A.T.&S.F. No. 8 , **Call Sign WD9219.
  • Renamed: Paul P. Hastings, in honor of Paul P. Hastings, the vice-president of traffic for the railroad, who died in 1947.
  • 1964 Dieselized at the Todd Shipyard in Alameda, California with a 1,600 hp (1,200 kW) General Motors 567C EMD F-7 engine.
  • 1984 Out of service.
  • Sold to Robert Whipple of American Navigation
  • Ca. 1991 Sold to Levin Metals Corp. Renamed: Terminator.
  • New extra engines of 3,600 hp (2,700 kW) diesel engines.
  • 27.01.1992 Collide about 20 miles (32 km) off the coast of California just north of Point Arena at N39-9.0, W124-10.5 with the Dock Express 20 and sank in 800 fathoms (almost a mile down), and there she remains.

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