McCulley Marine Services, Inc. prides itself with the title “THE Artificial Reef Builders”- and with good reason! They carry an extensive history of putting their deployments on the numbers, and providing the best overall service and versatility to cover unique jobs – they are the best in the industry, and they’re only getting started. Through the skills learned in our artificial reef projects, they have gained the capability to do some unique maritime work- such as deployment of offshore communications buoys and setting marine research habitats. Their experience includes but is not limited to inland towing, offshore long-haul towing, international towing, salvage, and artificial reef work.
McCulley Marine has worked in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, salvaged fishing boats in the Bahamas, and even brought up a 60-ton vessel from 2550 feet of water. Their capabilities know little of limitation when salvage is the issue. Trust McCulley Marine for intact salvage of your vessels. The tug Elizabeth Anne joined our fleet in March, 2006. The Elizabeth Anne is a twin screw model bow steel tug powered by two 379 Caterpillar engines. She is capable of towing pushing or hipping up to a barge. The crew of the Elizabeth Anne has been involved in dredging operations, international trade, river work, artificial reef building, salvage operations and various other types of deployments, both offshore and inshore.
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