The new deckhand always gets the worst jobs. At Heritage Marine in Duluth, Captain Mike Ojard gives newbie Brandon one of the more unpleasant assignments-clean up the over-full debris pan from the Incinolet, an electric marine toilet.
Thunder Bay Tugs has to make a buck during a slow winter season. The opportunity to search for a 10-ton anchor lost off of a freighter presents a new challenge, and the promise of big money for captain Gerry Dawson and his son, Nathan.
Sixteen cylinders of 565 cubic inches each, deliver 2,000 horsepower, enabling these small yet mighty boats to haul and shove their huge cargoes, break ice and deliver the goods that keep the Great Lakes communities alive.
Captain Nice waxes philosophical about the job, the frustrations, the hazards and his passion for this most unique of occupations.
Great Lake Warriors. New Series Premieres July 19th. Thursdays 10/9c.
As deckhand and engineer aboard the Sturgeon Bay tugs, Andy Miller has seen and done it all. Old-school wisdom and a sense of humor have made this character a true American original.
The new deckhand always gets the worst jobs. At Heritage Marine in Duluth, Captain Mike Ojard gives newbie Brandon one of the more unpleasant assignments–clean up the over-full debris pan from the Incinolet, an electric marine toilet.
HISTORY makes waves on the Great Lakes. For more than 150 years, they have served as one of America's busiest commercial waterways, connecting East Coast ports to America's heartland. In Great Lake Warriors, a maverick American tug boat company braves storms, ice, and the competition as they navigate and transport materials across one of the most dangerous bodies of water in history.