Built in 1967, at which time she was the most powerful tug in the port of Los Angeles, by Martinolich Shipbuilding of Tacoma, Washington (hull #378) as the San Pedro for the Wilmington Transportation Company of Los Angeles, California.
In 1994, the tug was reconfigured. Originally constructed as a single screw tug. She was outfitted with a forward mounted "z drive" unit to augment her existing single screw configuration as well as a kort nozzle, and three rudders.
The retrofitted tug was dubbed a CombiTug. And, she was renamed as the Pacific Combi.
In 1998, the Wilmington Transportation Company was acquired by the Foss Maritime Company of Seattle, Washington. Where the tug retained her name.
In 1999, the tug was acquired by the American Navigation Company of San Francisco, California. Where she retained her name.
In 2005, the American Navigation Company was acquired by the Foss Maritime Company of Seattle, Washington. The company became AmNAV Maritime Services of Oakland, California. Where the tug retained her name.
In 2012, AmNAV Maritime Services was reabsorbed back into Foss Marine Holdings of Seattle, Washington. Where the tug retained her name.
Powered by a single EMD 12-645 diesel engine. With a forward mounted "z drive" unit. She is rated 3,600 horsepower.
Ship Builder: MARTINOLICH SHIPBLDG CORP
Year Built: 1967
Hailing Port: SAN FRANCISCO, CA.
Hull Depth: 10.6
Hull Breadth: 26
Gross Tonnage: 164
Net Tonnage: 67The Model
The Harbor Models semi-kit includes:
-1-piece high-strength fiberglass hull with bulwarks molded on in black
-plywood deck with three support beams
-4 piece fiberglass superstructure including accomodations, pilot house, smoke stack and fidley (smokestack platform)
-photo set (available for download and print below)
-Cast Polymer Fitting Set which includes:
-2 Watertight Doors with Portholes (QMTH5,6)
-5 Split Dutch Doors (2x QMTH1, 1x QMTH2,3,4,)
-14 Portholes (QMTH8)
-7 Hatches (2x QMTH9,10,12 1x QMTH11Specifications:
The kit comes with all you see here: (click to enlarge)
San Pedro Photos: (click to enlarge)