Anyone got any info on Dunlap towing, if work is steady and the company has a good culture?
I know some people there…definately one of the better companies from what i have heard as far as equipment and pay. Long rotations, paid ato…union…a lot of their work is in alaska therefore seasonal, so they do lay off sometimes.
Is it like a 45-45 rotation or longer if you know?
I know their boats that stay in the sound do 14/14…from what it sounds like their offshore boats are 70/70 or thereabouts…from what i’ve heard it sounds most of their rotations are ‘flexible.’ Because it slows down during winter you are hustlin’ otherwise.
Good company. A few really nice newer boats. MMP and IBU. They do most of Alaska Marine Lines Western Alaska work, and some of the Hawaii work. Ship docking in Dutch Harbor and a variety of Puget Sound work, including log towing.