Originally built in 1991 in Houma, Louisiana as the Antonio T. Gambarella for G and B Marine Inc. of Beaumont, Texas, the PINUCCIA has had quite a voyage.
In 1998, she was acquired by Double Eagle Marine Inc. of New Iberia, Louisiana, where she was renamed the Apache Eagle. Then, in 2001, she was acquired by the Delta Towing Company of Houma, Louisiana, and renamed Delta Fantasy.
In 2011, the Delta Towing Company was acquired by Crosby Marine Transportation Inc. of Golden Meadow, Louisiana, where the tug retained her name.
In 2015, she was acquired by Boston Marine Transport, Inc. of East Boston, Massachusetts where she was named the PINUCCIA meaning Little Josephine, after the owner's mother.
Built in 1982, by Rayco Shipbuilders and Repair Inc. of Louisiana, she was originally called the Bengal Duke. In 1989, she was acquired by Berman Towing Enterprises of Staten Island, New York, where she was renamed QUENAMES, after Quenames Cove in Martha's Vineyard. In 1994, she was attained by Boston Marine Transportation, Inc. of East Boston, Massachusetts, where she retained her name.
A double hulled barge with a capacity of 28,000 barrels and can handle Grade A and lower products. The vessel has 3 cargo segregation capabilities.Click here for general diagram Click here for strapping charts
A double hulled barge with a capacity of 30,500 and can handle Grade A and lower products. The vessel has 5 cargo segregation capabilities.Click here for general diagram Click here for tank charts