Persistence Lab ready to rock and roll with new bottom paint and many drydock improvements. She’s back in the water and ready to go to work! Watch our hardworking drydock crew make it happen – rain or shine.
Watch our impressive crew pull Persistence Lab into our Drydock at Pier 27 in Honolulu Harbor. Need Full Service Drydock repairs at reasonable prices? We are the best game in town!
Check out our hardworking P&M Marine Service crew on Tiger 5! Our 4400 HP Tiger Tugs keep the traffic moving in Hawaii.
Today, Tiger 11 assists Moku Pahu on her last voyage as she departs with the last load of sugar from Maui. Hawaiian Sugar dates itself to 1835 when the first successful sugar plantation was established on the island of Kauai. Sugar plantations grew throughout the islands, including over 30 on Maui alone. The sugar industry can be held responsible for many developments in Hawaii, including the great melting pot of diversity with immigrants from China, Japan, Puerto Rico, Korea, the Philippines, Portugal, Russia, Germany and more. Sugar plantations brought than industry to Hawaii, they helped to make Hawaii the melting pot we celebrate today.
November 29, 2016 – We welcome Tiger 21 to the world in Kewalo Shipyard – Honolulu, Hawaii. This new expansion of our fleet of Z Drive Tugs will offer new capabilities throughout the Hawaiian Islands and new technology. Stay tuned as we build in paradise.
What’s this? The first rack of steel arriving at Kewalo Shipyard on November 16, 2016. That’s right – new Tugboats coming soon to a shipyard near you. Keep on eye on our website as we build the next generation of Tiger Tugs, right here in Honolulu.
September 13, 2016 Treasure Seeker, Honolulu’s own pirate ship selects our Kewalo Shipyard for Drydock Maintenance
June 30, 2016 – Tiger 7 assists Chinese missile frigate Fengshui (middle) and Chinese missile destroyer Xi’an, docking next to Australian amphibious missile ship Canberra (left).
June 29, 2016 – As RIMPAC begins with 45 ships due to arrive in Pearl Harbor, Tiger 4 assists destroyer USS Chung-Hoon as she returns from a five month deployment.
Our Hardworking Pearl Harbor Tugs would not operate without these guys!