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Gerard Rokosz is a man deeply in love with his former job as the last dry dock manager at Todd Shipyard. At the time of this 2005 interview, he was working for a marina and nostalgic about the shipyard: "seeing my old office collapsing makes me...

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...

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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...

Greater New York Marine Transportation is a small tug and barge company that is a tenant of the Erie Basin Bargeport. Greater New York Marine has one oil barge and two tugs (EASTERN DAWN, THE DORY) which deliver fuel products with the barges and...

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The LOUJAINE is docked in the GBX Company's section of Erie Basin. Previously named the ABU LOUJAINE, and before that the BAHMA, she was built in 1966, in Nagoya, Japan for the Saudi Arabian company Arabian Bulk Trade.  In the 1980s the ship was...

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This article from The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Sunday, March 12, 1911, recounts the winter-time lives of Erie Canal barge families who winter in Erie Basin. Colonies of Cozy Canal Boats Cluster for Winter City of Inland Navigators Prepares for Annual...

This green buoy is one of a series that marks the north/west side of Buttermilk Channel.  The green color and odd number (5) indicates to mariners that they should keep it on their port (left) side as they are heading north in the channel. This...

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