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Results for subject term "Maritime": 72

In 1866, two men and a dog from Red Hook, set sail in a metal life-boat rigged like a sailing ship.   Captain Hudson and Mr. Fitch were out to prove the seaworthiness of the lifeboat , RED WHITE AND BLUE, designed by Brooklyn's Oliver Roland...

The Chandra B is a 79 ft by 23 ft double-hull bunkering tanker  and part of American Petroleum Transport's fleet of service vessels that work the New York Harbor. As part of APT's fleet, the Chandra B delivers fuel to many of the vessels in the...

Subjects: Maritime

The Red Hook Flats Anchorage in New York Harbor was constructed to accommodate ocean going cargo ships and tankers. It provides a spot for ships to anchor off shore. To suit ships of different depths portions of it are 35, 40, and 45 feet deep. 

Subjects: Maritime

The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey is a very large bi-state agency that runs airports, bus terminals, bridges, the World Trade Center, the maritime ports in New York and New Jersey and more. It is one of the largest property owners in...

Subjects: Maritime

Atlantic Basin is Port Authority property. It is leased to the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC). Two of the piers are operated under and NYCEDC program called DockNYC . DockNYC is operated by BillyBey, part of the NY Waterway...

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