Curtin Maritime has a large fleet of maritime vessels ranging from Tugboats to Barges, Dump Scows, Cranes, Crew Boats, and much more. Our marine fleet is on call and ready to assist 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
In early 2017, Curtin Maritime was tasked with towing a US Navy Logistics Support Vessel (LSV) roundtrip from Tacoma, WA., to Mare Island, CA. The vessel has an overall length of 275’ and a beam of 60’, with a displacement of 4,200 long tons.
The DB Vengeance was a 110’ crane barge that capsized and sunk in bad weather in the San Francisco Bay. Curtin provided our deck barge 214 to mount the winch systems for the parbuckling activities, and the DB Ben Weston and tug Seana C to assist in the recovery off the sea floor.
With short notice and strict deadlines from our customer, Curtin Maritime as able to provide our tug Karen C and crew to tow the barge Big Digger from Long Beach, California, to Port Fourchon, Louisiana.
Curtin Maritime was approached by Global Diving and Salvage to create an executable plan for a shipwreck removal project at the remote locations of Palmyra Atoll and Kingman Reef, approximately 1000 miles due south of Hawaii. needs.
The Jetty at the Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station was badly damaged by the severe storms out of the south back in 2014. Rock removal and resetting and addition of new A-Rock was required to meet the design.
Since 2010, Curtin Maritime has been performing the annual Marine Offshore Terminal overhaul for Chevron’s El Segundo refinery. Main components of the project are the replacement of worn mooring components, replacement of submarine fuel hoses and inspection of subsea pipeline.
Curtin Maritime purchased the 65’ tugboat Peril Strait from Cambell Towing in 2007, a single screw logging support tug operating in Alaska. After the inspection and survey of several tugboats for sale, Curtin Maritime was able to recognize that this hull type was perfectly suited for the Combi Tug conversion Curtin Maritime had designed.
In the fall of 2013, Curtin Maritime launched our latest full-scale design-build project, converting existing barges to dump scows. Although a project of this nature had not been attempted before, Curtin Maritime’s innovative team was ready to take on the challenge.
Curtin Maritime mobilized to service the deepwater moorings at platforms Ellen and Eureka. Both oil platforms, operated by Beta Offshore, were due for replacement of under buoy gear and the buoys were also replaced.
Curtin Maritime mobilized for a joint exercise with the Navy’s Sup Salvage Division, Undersea Warfare Division and Titan Salvage off the coast of San Clemente Island. The mission was the deployment of undersea targets for torpedo testing.
Curtin Maritime Corp. performed a job over a year in the making. CMC worked in coordination with L-3 MariPro, a company who specializes in providing Undersea Sensor Networks and spread spectrum through water communication solutions, to install a power cable from Platform Edith to Platform Elly off the coast of Long Beach, California.
When Pacific Tugboat Services secured a contract for a large scale job with the U.S. Navy in Central America, Curtin Maritime approached Pacific Tugboat Services to offer our support. Upon submission of our proposal, Pacific Tugboat Services decided to contract Curtin Maritime to provide the tugboat portion of the job.
We provide Ocean towing & Yacht towing for vessels of any size, large or small. One of our recent projects was the ocean towing of the Halcyon, a 120-foot yacht hailing from Port Angles, Washington. Curtin Maritime was responsible for towing the Halcyon from its home port in Washington State to the Port of San Diego, California.
Curtin Maritime prides ourselves on the ability to be flexible for our customers, and this job with Brittan Industries is a great example of that. Brittan Industries requested Curtin Maritime to provide ocean towing services to support Brittan during their contract to dredge the Army Corps docks in Sausalito, California.