First major restoration in 80 years for historic tug

Planking on 'Arthur Foss' is one and a half feet thick in places (Photo: Joe Mabel derivative work steven Pavlov)

Foss Shipyard in Seattle has completed a ten-day drydocking assessment of the condition of what is believed to be the world’s oldest wooden tug in preparation for a major restoration project.

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