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SHABONNE was one of the NATICK - class large harbor tugs and the second tug in the Navy named after the Potawatomi chief, grand nephew of Pontiac, who lived in the Midwest section of the United States from 1775 to 1859. Stricken on February 16, 2002, the tug was sold to McAllister Towing and was placed in service as DANIEL McALLISTER in the Hampton Roads area.
|General Characteristics:||Awarded: June 5, 1973|
|Keel laid: June 12, 1974|
|Launched: October 29, 1974|
|Delivered: December 16, 1974|
|Stricken: February 16, 2002|
|Builder: Marinette Marine Corp., Marinette, Wis.|
|Propulsion system: one diesel propulsion engine, 2000 HP|
|Length: 109 feet (33.2 meters)|
|Beam: 29 feet (8.8 meters)|
|Draft: 13 feet (3.95 meters)|
|Displacement: approx. 356 tons|
|Speed: 12 knots|
This section contains the names of sailors who served aboard SHABONNE. It is no official listing but contains the names of sailors who submitted their information.
SHABONNE Image Gallery:
The photos below were taken by me and show the former SHABONNE now operating as DANIEL McALLISTER in the Hampton Roads area. The photos were taken on November 9, 2008.