Cabras invests in tug to meet Guam port needs


Journal Staff


The latest addition to the Cabras Marine Corp. was christened on Aug. 23 at the Port of Guam.

  The M.T. Agility was an investment of $4 million, according to Joseph L. Cruz, president of Cabras.

  He said six or seven of the fleet operate out of Guam. “In total, we now have 11 tugs — five azimuth stern drives, two tractor tugs, three twin screws and one single crew tug.”

  The Agility — which is an 86.2-foot tug with a 291 gross tonnage, is designed to alleviate . . .

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