Built in 1968, by Jakobson Shipyard Incorporated of Oyster Bay, New York (hull #435) as the Drum Point for the Curtis Bay Towing Company of Baltimore, Maryland. A subsidiary of the Moran Towing Corporation of New York, New York.
In September of 1999, the Drum Point underwent a conversion at the Hendry Corporation Shipyard of Tampa, Florida. Original design work on Moran's conversions was performed by naval architect Paul Gow.
Powered by a single, twelve cylinder, EMD diesel engine. Tuning a single, bronze, fixed pitch propeller. Mounted in a Nautican kort nozzle, with a triple vane rudder system. As well as, a 640 horsepower retractable Nautican high performance propeller nozzle or z-drive. The unit was mounted forward to augment her original single screw configuration for a rated 3,005 horsepower.
The replacement of the existing propulsion machinery left enough space to install a diesel driven 3,000 Gallon Per Minute fire pump. That was connected to a forward and aft fitted 1,500 Gallon Per Minute water / foam monitor.
Her electrical service is provided by two, 36kW generator sets. As well as a third, 30kW generator set. The tug's capacities are 48,343 gallons of fuel.
In 2023, the tug was phased out of active service and was "laid up" at Norfolk, Virginia.
In 2023, she was acquired by the Seaward Marine Corporation of Chesapeake, Virginia. Where the tug was renamed as the Mia.