Tugs and Workboats of the Great Lakes and Seaway

This is a list I have compiled myself (using a large number of various sources credited at the bottom) of hopefully most of the tugboats and workboats on the Lakes and Seaway, for use as a reference tool. Please note that this is NOT a complete list, just a list of what I know. Some small tugs are able to fly under most people’s radars, and even if I know that they exist, I need names & owners before I can add them. For example, I recently saw a pushboat owned by Hurst Marine on the Detroit River, but I couldn’t catch what her name was (Star Line-esque rooster tail blocking the stern) and can’t find any information anywhere else. Therefore, I can’t add her to this list.

They are sorted by owner, or in some cases the company that charters them from an owner. Lengths (in feet) will be shown if I can find them. I round them all down, so 64′ 11” would be 64′, not 65′.  If you can think of any corrections or see any errors, please let me know via the comment section at the bottom.

Abaco Marine, Clayton, NY

  • Abaco
  • Bowditch, 71′

Alan M. Hoover, Oswego, NY

  • Capt. Alix, 45′
  • Donald Sea, 48′

Andre Wiggers Construction, Bowmanville, ON

  • Terry S., 52′, Lay-Up

Andrie Inc., Muskegon, MI

ArcelorMittal Mines Canada, Port Cartier, QC

  • Brochu, 98′
  • Vachon, 98′

B and L Tug Service, Thessalon, ON

  • C. West Pete, 65′

Babcock Marine Services, Sarnia, ON

Basic Towing, Escanaba, MI

Bay Shipbuilding Company, Sturgeon Bay, WI

  • Bayship, 45′

Bermingham Construction, Hamilton, ON

  • William, 33′

Biddick Towing, Charlevoix, MI

  • Heather B., 44′
  • Meghan B., 26′

Big Lake Marine LLC, Waukesha, WI

  • Capt. Kollin, 47′

Buchanan Forest Products, Thunder Bay, ON

Buffalo Industrial Diving Company, Grand Island, NY

  • Sea Mule, 42′

Busch Marine, Carrollton, MI

  • Barbara Merry Busch, 89′, Lay-Up
  • Edwin C. Busch, 42′
  • Gregory J. Busch, 151′, pushes deck barge STC 2004

Calumet River Fleeting, South Chicago, IL

  • Audrie S., 102′
  • Bonnie G. Selvick, 57′
  • Carla Selvick, 66′
  • David E., 149′, Lay-Up
  • Des Plaines, 97′, Lay-Up
  • Doyle, 62′, Lay-Up
  • John M. Selvick, 118′
  • Kimberly Selvick, 57′
  • Mary E. Hannah, 149′, pushes tank barge A-410
  • Nathan S., 84′, Lay-Up
  • Niki S., 42′
  • Peggy D. Hannah, 108′, Lay-Up
  • Steven Selvick, 82′

Causley Marine Contracting, Bay City, MI

  • Jill Marie, 60′

Champion’s Auto Ferry, Harsen’s Island, MI

  • Canadian Mist, 50′, Lay-Up

Chicago Water Pumping Station, Chicago, IL

  • James J. Versluis, 83′

City of Toronto, Toronto, ON

Clearwater Marine, Holland, MI

  • G.W. Falcon, 49′
  • Kelly Ann, 39′
  • Mary Ann, 39′

Cobby Marine, Kingsville, ON

  • Vida C., 46′

Construction Polaris, Port Cartier, QC

  • Grizzli 6, 37′
  • Point Viking, 98′

Cooper Marine, Selkirk, ON

Dan Minor and Sons, Port Maitland, ON

  • Andrea Marie I, 75′
  • Jeanette M., 62′
  • Susan Michelle, 79′
  • Welland, 86′

Dann Marine Towing, Chesapeake City, MD

  • Zeus, 99′ (spends spring, summer and fall on the Great Lakes), pushes tank barge Robert F. Deegan

Dean Construction, LaSalle, ON

  • Americo Dean, 45′
  • Annie M. Dean, 50′
  • Bobby Bowes, 37′
  • Neptune III, 53′

Dean Marine and Excavating, Mt. Clemens, MI

Dewey Leasing LLC, Rochester, NY

  • Ronald J. Dahlke, 63′

Dissen and Juhn Corp., Rochester, NY

  • Constructor, 25′
  • James W. Rickey, 42′
  • Pile Buck, 25′
  • Sea King, 36′

D.K. Construction Inc., Holland, MI

  • Haskell, 37′

Durocher Marine, Cheboygan, MI

Edward E. Gillen Co., Milwaukee, WI

  • Andrew J., 47′
  • Edith J., 45′
  • Edward E. Gillen III, 75′
  • Kristin J., 52′

Enterprise Marissa, Beauport, QC

  • Cap Brule, 39′
  • Cape Crow, 37′
  • Soulanges, 77′

Equipments Verrault, Les Mechins, QC

  • Epinette II, 61′
  • Grande Baie, 86′, Lay-Up

Everette J. Gayton, Oak Park, MI

Faust Corp., St. Clair Shores, MI

Fitz Sustainable Forest Management, Manitowaning, ON

  • BJ and CJ, 42′
  • Wyn Cooper, 43′

Fraser Shipyards, Superior, WI

  • Brenda L., 36′, Lay-Up
  • Fraser 1, 25′
  • Maxine Thompson, 47′
  • Wally Kendzora, 43′

Gabriel Marine Construction, Clay, MI

  • Elmer Dean, 68′

Gaelic Tugboat Company, Detroit, MI

Galcon Marine, Toronto, ON

Gallagher Marine Construction, Escanaba, MI

  • Bee Jay, 45′

Geo. Gradel Company, Toledo, OH

  • Amber Jean, 61′, Lay-Up
  • John Francis, 75′
  • Josephine, 82′
  • Mighty Jake, 36′
  • Mighty Jessie, 61′
  • Mighty Jimmy, 56′
  • Mighty John III, 45′
  • Mighty Mike, 24′
  • Mona Lisa II, 40′
  • Pioneerland, 58′
  • Prairieland, 49′
  • Timberland, 41′

Gordon’s Welding, Sarnia, ON

  • Gordon’s I, 54′

Grand River Navigation, Avon Lake, OH

  • Defiance, 145′, pushes self-unloading barge Ashtabula
  • Invincible, 100′, pushes self-unloading barge McKee Sons, Lay-Up
  • Olive L. Moore, 125′, pushes self-unloading barge Lewis J. Kuber
  • Victory, 140′, pushes self-unloading barge James L. Kuber

Gravel and Lake Services, Thunder Bay, ON

  • Donald Mac, 71′
  • George N. Carleton, 82′
  • Peninsula, 111′
  • Robert John, 82′

Great Lakes Dock and Materials, Muskegon, MI

  • Duluth, 70′
  • Fischer Hayden, 54′
  • Lil’ Toot
  • Miss Lynn, 41′
  • Sarah B., 45′

Great Lakes Fleet, Duluth, MN

  • Presque Isle, 153′, pushes self-unloading barge Presque Isle

Great Lakes Offshore Services, Port Dover, ON

  • H.H. Misner, 66′
  • Konigsberg

The Great Lakes Towing Company, Cleveland, OH

  • Arizona, 78′
  • Arkansas, 74′
  • California, 74′
  • Colorado, 78′
  • Delaware, 74′, Lay-Up
  • Florida, 71′
  • Idaho, 78′
  • Illinois, 71′
  • Indiana, 74′
  • Iowa, 74′
  • Kansas, 74′
  • Kentucky, 78′
  • Louisiana, 74′, Lay-Up
  • Maine, 71′, Lay-Up
  • Massachusetts, 78′
  • Minnesota, 78′
  • Mississippi, 74′
  • Missouri, 88′
  • Nebraska, 78′
  • New Jersey, 78′
  • New York, 78′
  • North Carolina, 87′
  • North Dakota, 74′
  • Ohio, 101′
  • Oklahoma, 74′
  • Pennsylvania, 78′
  • Rhode Island, 78′
  • South Carolina, 79′, Lay-Up
  • Superior, 82′
  • Texas, 74′
  • Vermont, 71′
  • Virginia, 74′
  • Washington, 74′
  • Wisconsin, 83′
  • Wyoming, 78′

Hamilton Port Authority, Hamilton, ON

Herbert F. Darling Inc., Buffalo, NY

  • Endeavor, 25′
  • Gotta Work, 37′
  • Marcey, 41′

Heritage Marine, Knife River, MN

  • Edward H., 86′
  • Helen H., 82′
  • Nels J., 103′

Hotte Marine Contracting, Windsor, ON

  • Bionic
  • Joan V, 39′

Huffman Equipment Rental, Eastlake, OH

  • Benjamin Ridgway, 53′
  • Bert Huffman, 38′
  • Hamp Thomas, 43′
  • Paddy Miles, 45′

Hurst Marine Contractors and Salvage, Grosse Ile, MI

Hydro-Quebec, Quebec, Quebec

  • Avaluko, 20′
  • Des Chenaux, 51′
  • DesPrairies, 41′
  • Mouette, 28′
  • R.O. Sweezy, 41′

Inland Tug and Barge, Brockville, ON

  • Katanni, 34′

Interlake Steamship Company, Middleburg Heights, OH

  • Dorothy Ann, 124′, pushes self-unloading barge Pathfinder

International Marine Salvage, Port Colborne, ON

Julio Contracting, Hancock, MI

  • Winnebago, 34′, Lay-Up

JWW1 LLC, Holland, MI

  • James Harris, 41′, Lay-Up

Kehoe Marine Construction, Lansdowne, ON

  • Bluto
  • Ethan
  • Houghton, 45′

Kindra Lake Towing, Lemont, IL

  • Buckley, 95′
  • Donald C., 91′
  • Ellie, 39′
  • Morgan, 90′
  • Old Mission, 85′
  • Tanner, 56′

King Company, Holland, MI

  • Barry J., 46′
  • Carol Ann, 61′
  • Defiance, 45′
  • Dorena, 40′
  • Jessica Joy, 36′
  • Jimmy, 25′
  • John Henry, 71′
  • Julie Dee, 68′
  • Matt Allen, 80′
  • Miss Edna, 36′

KK Integrated Logistics, Memoninee, MI

  • Snohomish, 110′, Lay-Up

LaFarge North America, Muskegon, MI

Lakeshore Towing Services, Erie, PA

Lambton Marine, Lambton, ON

  • Mary Ellen I, 41′
  • Tammy Lynn

LTL Contracting, Thunder Bay, ON

  • Brompton Bear, 25′

Luedtke Engineering, Frankfort, MI

  • Alan K. Luedtke, 86′, Lay-Up
  • Ann Marie, 71′
  • Chris E. Luedtke, 42′
  • Erich R. Luedtke, 42′
  • Gretchen B., 41′
  • Karl E. Luedtke, 55′
  • Krista S., 67′
  • Kurt R. Luedtke, 72′

MacDonald Marine, Goderich, ON

  • Debbie Lyn, 45′
  • Donald Bert, 45′
  • Dover, 84′
  • Ian Mac, 45′

Malcolm Marine, St. Clair, MI

  • Debbie Lee, 40′
  • Huron Lady, 38′
  • Jerry B., 32′
  • Manitou, 110′
  • Richard Merritt, Lay-Up

Man O’ Trees Inc., Buffalo, NY

  • Jaclyn, 41′
  • West Wind, 60′

MarineLink Inc., Toronto, ON

  • Commodore Straits, 140′, Lay-Up

Marine One Towing and Salvage, Detroit, MI

Marine Tech LLC, Duluth, MN

  • Callie M., 64′
  • Miss Laura, 81′

Maritime Marine Construction Inc., Mount Clemens, MI

  • Regina Z., 25′

Martin Gas and Oil, Beaver Island, MI

  • Shamrock, 64′

McAsphalt Marine Transportation, Scarborough, ON

  • Everlast, 143′, pushes tank barge Norman McLeod
  • Victorious, 122′, pushes tank barge John J. Carrick

McCormack Marine, Picton, ON

  • Halton, Lay-Up
  • Ishpeming, 37′

McCullough Marine Construction, Sault Ste. Marie, MI

  • Manitou, 38′

McKeil Marine Ltd., Hamilton, ON

  • Beverly M I, 107′
  • Blain M, 138′
  • Bonnie B III, 107′, Lay-Up
  • Carrol C I, 107′, Lay-Up
  • Evans McKeil, 110′
  • Florence M, 96′
  • James A. Hannah, 149′, Lay-Up
  • Jarrett M, 82′
  • John Spence, 171′, pushes deck barge Niagara Spirit
  • Leonard M, 110′, pushes self-unloading barge Huron Spirit
  • Salvor, 120′, pushes deck barge Lambert Spirit
  • Sharon M I, 107′
  • Tony MacKay, 127′, pushes deck barge Labrador Spirit
  • Wilf Seymour, 122′, pushes deck barge Alouette Spirit
  • Wyatt M., 85′

MCM Marine, Sault Ste. Marie, MI

  • Beaver State, 43′
  • Drummond Islander II, 65′
  • Kelli Anne
  • Mackinaw City, 38′
  • Madison, 33′
  • Mohawk, 65′
  • Peach State, 42′
  • Tammy, 28′
  • William G. Gaynor, 94′

McMullen and Pitz Construction, Manitowoc, WI

  • Badger, 31′
  • Dauntless, 52′
  • Erich, 37′, Lay-Up
  • Gopher, 30′
  • Sophie Marie, 31′

McNally Construction, Hamilton, ON

  • Bagotville, 65′
  • Beaver Delta II, 35′
  • Beaver Gamma, 37′
  • Carl M., 47′
  • Connie E., 28′
  • Dapper Dan, 41′
  • Greta V, 44′
  • Jamie L., 36′
  • Jerry Newberry, 98′, Lay-Up
  • Lac Como, 65′
  • Lac Vancouver, 60′
  • Mister Joe, 60′
  • Oshawa, 42′, Lay-Up
  • Paula M., 46′
  • R.C.L. Tug 11, 42′
  • Sandra Mary, 80′
  • Whitby, 42′
  • Willmac, 40′

Menasha Tugboat Company, Sarnia, ON

Midwest Marine Corp., Milwaukee, WI

  • Leona B., 59′

Milwaukee Harbor Commission, Milwaukee, WI

  • Harbor Seagull, 44′
  • Joey D.

Montreal Port Authority, Montreal, QC

  • Denis M., 46
  • Maisonneuve, 63′

Nadro Marine Services, Port Dover, ON

Nelson’s Construction, Bayfield, WI

  • Eclipse, 40′

New York Power Authority, Albany, NY

  • Breaker, 43′
  • Daniel Joncaire, 43′

Ocean Group, Quebec, QC

  • Andre H., 126′
  • An-Ga-Mi, 25′
  • Avantage, 116′
  • Coo-Coo, 35′
  • Coucoucache, 34′
  • David T.D., 42′, Lay-Up
  • Duga, 114′
  • Escorte, 85′
  • F.A. Harrison, 37′
  • Flamand, 34′
  • H.E. Graham, 32′
  • Henry Sorgius, 35′
  • J.V. Perrin, 34′
  • Jerry G., 91′
  • Kim R.D., 48′
  • La Croche, 32′
  • LaPrairie, 73′
  • La Trenche, 35′
  • Le Phil D., 56′
  • Mado-Ray, 38′
  • Mega, pushes deck barge Motti
  • OC 32, 31′
  • OC 34, 33′
  • Ocean A. Simard, 92′
  • Ocean Bertrand Jeansonne, 94′
  • Ocean Bravo, 110′
  • Ocean Charlie, 123′
  • Ocean Delta, 136′
  • Ocean Echo II, 104′, pushes self-unloading barge Betsiamites
  • Ocean Foxtrot, 170′
  • Ocean Georgie Bain, 75′
  • Ocean Golf, 103′
  • Ocean Henry Bain, 94′
  • Ocean Hercule, 120′
  • Ocean Intrepide, 80′
  • Ocean Iroquois, 37′
  • Ocean Jupiter, 80′
  • Ocean K. Rusby, 94′
  • Ocean Lima, 34′
  • Ocean Madelinot, 35′
  • Ocean Nigiq, 31′
  • Ocean Pierre Julien, 75′
  • Ocean Raymond Lemay, 94′
  • Ocean Ross Gaudreault, 94′
  • Ocean Serge Genois, 75′
  • Ocean Uannaq, 31′
  • Ocean Yvan Desgagnes, 94′
  • OCP-1, 31′
  • Omni-Richelieu, 83′
  • Pascal D., 38′
  • Petit-Fils
  • Rapide Blanc, 33′
  • R.F. Grant, 71′
  • R.J. Beaumont, 34′
  • Roxane D., 60′
  • Service Boat No. 1, 57′
  • Service Boat No. 2, 71′
  • Service Boat No. 4, 39′
  • Tamylie D., 38′
  • Vezina No. 1, 31′
  • Vezina No. 2, 34′
  • W.B. Indock, 27′

Offshore Dredging and Construction, Muskegon, MI

  • Andrew J., 43′
  • Nibroc, 44′

Olson Dredge and Dock, Algonac, MI

Ontario Power, Toronto, ON

  • Boom Queen, Lay-Up

Patch Seaway International, Clayton, NY

  • Stein, 25′
  • Stein II, 25′

Pere Marquette Shipping, Ludington, MI

  • Undaunted, 143′, pushes self-unloading barge Pere Marquette 41

Pierre Gagne Contracting, Thunder Bay, ON

  • Pat D., 37′

Polovic Construction, Mentor, OH

  • Arthur, 49′, Lay-Up

Port City Tug Inc., Muskegon, MI

  • Bradshaw McKee, 121′, pushes self-unloading barge Cleveland Rocks
  • Prentiss Brown, 123′, pushes cement barge St. Marys Conquest

Prince Edward Tug and Barge, Picton, ON

  • Husky, 33′

Purvis Marine Ltd., Sault Ste. Marie, ON

Quebec Port Authority, Quebec, QC

  • Beaupre, 37′
  • Van Bruyssels, 38′

Rebellion Tug and Barge, Niagara Falls, NY

  • Shenandoah, 49′

Richardson Workboats Inc., Pickering, ON

  • Little West, 15′
  • T-Mac, 33′
  • Westpete, 48′

Rio Tinto Alcan Inc., Montreal, QC

  • Fjord Eternite, 94′
  • Fjord Saguenay, 94′

Riverside Marine Industrial Inc., Toledo, OH

  • Ranger II, 49′

Roen Salvage Company, Sturgeon Bay, WI

  • Chas. Asher, 49′
  • John R. Asher, 68′
  • Louie S., 37′
  • Spuds, 42′
  • Stephan M. Asher, 65′
  • Timmy A., 33′

Ryba Marine Construction, Cheboygan, MI

SeaJon LLC, Erie, PA

Selvick Marine Towing, Sturgeon Bay, WI

  • Cameron O., 50′
  • Jacquelyn Nicole, 71′
  • Jimmy L., 110′
  • Mary Page Hannah, 143′
  • Sharon M. Selvick, 45′
  • Susan L., 86′
  • William C. Selvick, 85′

Service Welding and Shipbuilding, Lemont, IL

  • Alice E., 93′, Lay-Up
  • Becky E., 104′, Lay-Up
  • Brandon C., 45′, Lay-Up
  • Carl E., 104′, Lay-Up
  • Daniel E., 50′, Lay-Up
  • Danielle E., 42′, Lay-Up
  • David E., 95′, Lay-Up
  • Denise E., 84′, Lay-Up
  • Derek E., 76′, Lay-Up
  • Lisa E., 61′, Lay-Up
  • Robin E., 80′, Lay-Up

Shepard Marine Construction, Roseville, MI

  • Robin Lynn, 88′
  • Sans Souci, 29′

Shoreline Contractors, Wellington, OH

  • Eagle, 57′
  • Falcon, 36′
  • General, 63′

Soderholm Maritime, Toronto, ON

  • Diver III

South Shore Dredge and Dock, Lorain, OH

  • Cojak, 31′

St. James Marine, St. James, MI

  • American Girl, 62′
  • Cisco, 60′
  • Wendy Anne, 71′

St. Lawrence Marine and Dredging, Lansdowne, ON

  • Blue Quail, 39′
  • Portland Prowler, 30′

St. Lawrence Seaway and Development Corp., Massena, NY

St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corp., Montreal, QC

  • S/VM Cornwall, 28′
  • VM/S St. Lambert, 30′

St. Marys Cement Inc., Toronto, ON

  • Petite Forte, 127′, pushes cement barge St. Marys Cement
  • Sea Eagle II, 132′, pushes cement barge St. Marys Cement II

TGL Marine Holdings, Plymouth, MI

Thousand Island Marine Construction, Gananoque, ON

  • Chuckie-Joe, 39′
  • Ellice, 37′, Lay-Up
  • Lignum No. 3, 23′
  • Pamill, 22′
  • Steelhead, 55′

Thunder Bay Tug Services, Thunder Bay, ON

  • Coastal Cruiser, 65′, Lay-Up
  • Glenada, 80′
  • Miseford, 85′
  • Point Valour, 97′
  • Robert W., 60′
  • Rosalee D., 55′

Toronto Drydock Ltd., Toronto, ON

Toronto Port Authority, Toronto, ON

Urgence Marine, Montreal, QC

  • Simon Cote, 38′
  • Streetsville, 36′
  • Vezina No. 3, 59′

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Cincinnati, OH

U.S. Forest Service, Munising, MI

  • Abraham W. Williams

Upper Lakes Towing, Escanaba, MI

VanEnkevort Tug and Barge, Bark River, MI

Vic Powell Welding, Dunnville, ON

  • Toni D., 46′, Lay-Up

Walstrom Marine, Harbor Springs, MI

  • Elizabeth, 42′
  • Ottawa

Warner Petroleum, Clare, MI

  • Coloma L. Warner, 86′, pushes tank barge Warner Provider

White Lake Dock and Dredge, Montague, MI

  • Captain George, 60′
  • J-Krab, 25′
  • Sanna, 25′

William W. Stender Inc., Bay City, MI

  • Floyd Sr., 25′

Willy’s Contracting, Southampton, ON

  • Howard W. Fitzpatrick
  • Misty Jean, 54′
  • Pride, 52′

Wohlleb-Socie Company, Toledo, OH

  • Bessie B., 52′

Yalmer Mattila Contracting, Hancock,  MI

  • J.E. Colombe, Lay-Up

Zinks Marine Towing, Erie, PA

Sources I used: As far as the list itself goes, I compiled that part a number of ways: I used assorted Know Your Ships issues, the 2011 Greenwood’s Guide to Great Lakes Shipping (most of the info gathered from these two seems to be common knowledge among boat-related sources), BoatInfoWorld, Boatnerd, the websites of many of these companies, and lastly what my own personal experiences show me. The lengths are as accurate as I can find, and I got most of that info from Greenwood’s, KYS, and BoatInfoWorld. Feel free to add contributions via the comment section and I will add that to this list of ways I have acquired information. And I’m sure that errors are common on here, and if you spot one, let me know!

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13 thoughts on “Tugs and Workboats of the Great Lakes and Seaway

  1. Pingback: Tug Found! « tugboathunter

  2. This is amazing, Isaac. I love watching the tugs on the rivers and in the locks. It’s fun to see them as individuals, not just one of a pack. Thanks for sharing your research and beautiful photos.

  3. We have an old picture from around 1965 at the docks in Collingwood Ontario.We can’t see the first couple letters of the tugs name,but the last letters are ‘scfibre’,..Thank you

  4. Hi there I have pics. of the Matt Allen and Carol Ann pulling the Keewatin out the Kalamazoo river last year let me know if I can email them to you for your site! this site helped me find the tug Lime Island I have been looking for the Original Lime tug and found a ph. number on the newer one thanks.

  5. I have a good friend whose father named her after a tugboat named the “Carole Anne”. I have found the Carole ANN
    but not the Carole ANNE. I also found the Wendy ANNE and Nancy ANNE. It seems like there may be a connection between these tugboats. Do you know if there was a Carole Anne and where it might be? Thank You
    charlie@pullumwindow.com

    • There is actually no connection between the three boats, “Anne” and “Ann” are remarkably common suffixes on tugs. With a little more info, however, I might be able to help you hunt down the tug you’re looking for.

  6. Hello Mr.Isaac Pennock,
    I found the tugboat Holly Ann on the internet and on your website.
    I would like to built this tug in model of 6 feet,but cann’t find lot of pictures on the internet.
    Do you have more pictures of this tugboat and is it possible to sent these by e-mail to me.

    I hope you have and with best regards : Hans Klaassen
    The Netherlands

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