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Humble Oil & Refining Co., Inc.
Enco Crystal River  - (1969-1973)
See also : Exxon Crystal River

Ordered and build in 1969 as "Crystal River", but renamed when finished as "Enco Crystal River" for Humble Oil,
became in 1973 "Exxon Crystal River" and was sold in 1993 as, "John Reinauer".
As seen as "Exxon Crystal River".
( Photo by Paul Kinnaly )
 "Exxon Crystal River" seen here as "John Reinauer".

Crystal River / Enco Crystal River / Exxon Crystal River
Built in 1969, by Main Iron Works of Houma, Louisiana (hull #225) as the Enco Crystal River for Humble Oil..
The tug was later acquired by Exxon Shipping as part of their inland fleet where she was renamed as the Exxon Crystal River.
In 1994, the tug was acquired by Reinauer Transportation where she was renamed as the John Reinauer.
In 2011, the tug was reportedly sold foreign.
She is a twin screw tug rated at 2,600 horsepower.

Vessel Name: JOHN REINAUER
USCG Doc. No.: 523342
Vessel Service: TOWING VESSEL
IMO Number: 7030729
Trade Indicator: Coastwise Unrestricted, Registry
Call Sign: WCA3765
Hull Material: STEEL
Hull Number: 225
Ship Builder: MAIN IRON WORKS, INC.
Year Built: 1969
Length: 86
Hailing Port: NEW YORK, NY

Hull Depth: 9.1
Hull Breadth: 27
Gross Tonnage: 144
Net Tonnage: 98
Owner:
REINAUER TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES LLC
Previous Vessel Names:
Enco Crystal River, Exxon Crystal River, John Reinauer
Previous Vessel Owners:
Enco Shipping, Exxon Shipping, Reinauer Transportation Companies

INFO :
"Enco Crystal River" was build in 1969 by Main Iron Works, Inc., Houma, La.
a: Enco Crystal River; b: Exxon Crystal River (MV-1989); c: John Reinauer (1993); (bought, renamed & redoc 1/30/1993);
repowered 1994; (redoc 1/25/2001)

Name
O/N
Rig
Length
Width
HP
Built Year
Built At
Builder
Home Port
JOHN REINAUER
0523342
tug
86
27
2800
1969
Houma, La
Main Iron Works, Inc.
New York, NY