Foss Transports World’s Largest Railcar Barge

Since 1993, Foss has safely guided the world’s largest railcar barge, the Aquatrain, for the Canadian National Railroad (CNR) between Prince Rupert, B.C., to Whittier, Alaska. Foss tugs, the Justine Foss and the Barbara Foss, tow the 100 by 400 foot barge on a 12-day cycle, 30 times a year, where it links with the Alaska Railroad for daily service to Anchorage and Fairbanks.

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One Thousandth Boeing Barge load Delivered

Foss Maritime has worked with The Boeing Company of Everett, Washington for more than 20 years on a variety of projects. In 2011, Foss delivered the 1,000th barge load of containerized aircraft parts to the Port of Everett for Boeing.

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Historic Final Voyage

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.

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Offshore Tanker Mooring Support

Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, Foss’ five-vessel, 35-employee El Segundo Moorings Service Group berths huge tankers and ferries workers and stores to the El Segundo Marine Terminal, a vast tanker mooring just off the coast.

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Kearl Oil Sands Module Transport

Foss Maritime successfully delivered 155 Korean-built modules in support of the Kearl Oil Sands project near Fort McMurray, Alberta – one of Canada’s largest open-pit mining operations.

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Shell Arctic Offshore Support

Operating in the harsh Arctic environment, Foss Maritime offered a variety of support services to Shell Upstream Americas’ historical offshore exploration in Alaskan waters.

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