RTC-101

RTC-101 – Margaret

2005-Present

Articulated Barge, Tanker; Paired with Tugboat Albert

Margaret / Albert at Green Bay, Wisconsin, August 31, 2019. Photo by Isaac Pennock

Specs

Build Information

Year Built: 2005

Builder: SENESCO Marine, North Kingstown, RI

Hull #44

Registry: US 1178588

IMO #1588140

Laid Down: 2005

Launch Date: 2005

Commissioned: December 16, 2005

Paired Tugboats:

Construction

RTC-101 was constructed in 2005 as a tanker barge by SENESCO Marine of North Kingstown, Rhode Island, for Reinauer Transportation of Staten Island, New York.


General Stats

Length Overall [Combined Tug & Barge]: —

Length Overall [Barge]: 391′

Breadth: 74′

Depth: 27′

Loaded Draft: —

Capacity: —

Vessel Type: Tanker; Barge

Number of Cargo Holds: — Tanks

Primary Operations: Petroleum Trade


History

Lineage

RTC-101 – 2005-2018

Owner: Reinauer Transportation, Staten Island, NY

Operator: Reinauer Transportation

Flag: United States

Home Port: New York, NY


Margaret – 2018-Present

Owner: U.S. Oil Inc., Appleton, WI

Operator: Andrie, Inc., Muskegon, MI

Flag: United States

Home Port: Green Bay, WI


Her Story

RTC-101 was constructed in 2005 as a tanker barge by SENESCO Marine of North Kingstown, Rhode Island, for Reinauer Transportation of Staten Island, New York. She was delivered to Reinauer on December 16, 2005.

In 2018, the RTC-101 and her fleetmate tugboat Craig Eric Reinauer were purchased by U.S. Oil of Appleton, Wisconsin, and brought onto the Great Lakes. RTC-101 was renamed Margaret, and her tug was renamed Albert. The pair are operated by Andrie, Inc., transporting petroleum products between Green Bay, Wisconsin, and several other Great Lakes ports.


Compiled By Brendan Falkowski

Updated on February 3, 2021


Gallery


Sources

LeLievre, Roger. Know Your Ships 2020. Marine Publishing Company, 2020. Pp. 37.