A shipyard worker at the Great Lakes Shipyard, in Cleveland, walks past the stern of the Coast Guard Cutter Neah Bay, a 140-foot ice-breaking tug homeported in Cleveland, as it is lifted from the water by a 770-ton mobile travelift, May 13, 2013 [4912 × 7360]

A shipyard worker at the Great Lakes Shipyard, in Cleveland, walks past the stern of the Coast Guard Cutter Neah … More

Pilot cutter MV WYUNA in dry dock, Launceston, Tasmania, 2006 – the last seagoing riveted ship in Australia – built in 1953 by Ferguson Shipbuilders of Port Glasgow, Scotland. Headed to the scrappers this week unless funds are found to save her. [594×800]

Pilot cutter MV WYUNA in dry dock, Launceston, Tasmania, 2006 – the last seagoing riveted ship in Australia – built … More