Project Tag: derelict vessel

M/V Lumberman Scuttle

The M/V Lumberman, a 107’ steel hulled tugboat built in 1941, had a long commercial lifespan in the Pacific Northwest and Southern Alaska until being refitted as a private vessel in 1999. Sometime after 2006, the main engine was removed and the vessel was used as a floating lodge, quickly falling into disrepair. The Lumberman …

Pier West Derelict Vessel Removal

Global was contracted to remove two large derelict wooden vessels that had sunk at a marina on the Columbia River in of Portland, OR. The first was Valiant, an 88’ wooden tug, the second was the 58’ long E.B. Schley. Both hulls were too deteriorated to be lifted in one piece, and the position of …

Derelict Commercial Vessel Removal

A Monumental Task: Removing Multiple Derelict Commercial Vessels Goble, OR lies on the Columbia River approximately 70 nautical miles from the Pacific Ocean, and the area surrounding the site provides critical habitat to salmon, osprey and numerous other species of birds, fish and mammals. The Columbia is the largest river in the Pacific Northwest, vital …