The Charles Oxman

      The Charles Oxman, originally the H.S. Falk , is a 3600 horsepower single screw steel tug.
      Built in 1941, she is 90 feet long with a single deck, curved stem, and elliptical stern.
      Originally a steam driven vessel, she was refitted and redesigned to take her 16-cylinder ALCO diesel engine. Click on the image to see an enlargement.
      The Charles is named for Charles Oxman, The Finest Man I Ever Met. Read a history.

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