Built in 1967, by the Albina Engine and Machine Works Incorporated of Portland, Oregon (hull #397) as Mikioi for the Hawaiian Tug and Barge Company of Honolulu, Hawaii
In 1977, the the Hawaiian Tug and Barge Company became the Dillingham Tug and Barge Corporation of Honolulu, Hawaii.
In 1986, the Dillingham Corporation shed its maritime assets in favor of real estate investments. With Dillingham Tug and Barge Company, as well as the Young Brothers Company being acquired by Hawaiian Electric Industries Incorporated of Honolulu, Hawaii. And, Dillingham Tug and Barge's corporate name was reverted back to the Hawaiian Tug and Barge Company.
In 1988, the tug was transferred to Hawaiian Electric Industries subsidiary, the Young Brothers Company of Honolulu, Hawaii.
In 1990, the tug was acquired by the Campbell Towing Company Incorporated of Wrangell, Alaska. Where she was renamed as Master.
In 1996, the Campbell Towing Company renamed the tug as the L.T. Campbell.
In 2006, the tug was acquired by the Island Tug and Barge Company of Seattle, Washington. Where she was renamed as Island Scout.
Powered by two, six cylinder, Fairbanks Morse diesel engines. Turning two, stainless steel, fixed pitch propellers. She is a twin screw tug, rated at 2,000 horsepower.
Her electrical service is provided by two, 75kW generator sets. The tug's capacities are 64,193 gallons of fuel, and 7,132 gallons of water.
(Kyle Stubbs, Captain Rick Wilson)