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Maritime Executive USS Constellation Sets Sail on Final Voyage
Kitsap Sun USS Constellation Leaving at 1 p.m. Friday
Tugs Lindsey Foss, Pacific Star, and Pacific Knight assisting the USS Constellation from the port in Bremerton to Blake Island, where it will meet up with the Corbin Foss.
Today is the departure day of the USS CONSTELLATION on her final voyage.
Harbor tugs will depart with the USS Constellation from Bremerton, Washington at 14:00 tomorrow August 8th, 2014
Tom Armstrong of Poulsbo, Washington sent us some items from his personal collection of memorabilia from his time on the USS Constellation. Tom was on the Connie in 1968 and 1969 as part of the Crash Crew.
The Corbin Foss and the USS Constellation will now be departing from Bremerton on August 8, 2014 around 1:00pm for the first leg of the journey to Long Beach, California for fuel stop and U.S. Customs clearance from United States (last U.S. port).
On August 7, 2014 the USS Constellation aircraft carrier will begin her historic final voyage. The Kitty Hawk-class supercarrier will be towed by the ocean tug Corbin Foss.
Announcement today that Foss is expanding SEATTLE, July 17, 2006 – Foss Maritime Company – a Seattle-based marine services company with the largest fleets… Read more
MarineLink.com Foss Maritime Acquires Constellation Tug
In 2014, Foss escorted the USS Constellation aircraft carrier on her historic final voyage. The Kitty Hawk-class supercarrier, nicknamed “Connie” by her crew, was successfully towed by ocean tug Corbin Foss from Bremerton Naval Shipyard to Brownsville, Texas to be retired and scrapped. The 16,000-mile journey took 160 days, with Foss guiding the massive vessel along Mexico and Central and South America, passing through the Straits of Magellan before heading north to Texas.
Mauro Endara H. sent us this excellent set of arial photos of the USS Constellation making her way past Panama.
Please note that we have revised our arrival at Long Beach of the USS Constellation and the Corbin Foss for operational reasons to noon on… Read more
The Corbin Foss joining the USS Constellation near Blake Island.
At 14:15 lines away on USS Constellation!!!
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