The tug Rosemary McAllister pushes along the side of a ship with a glorious sunset in the Port of Virginia.

McAllister Towing of Virginia

Norfolk, VA

The Port of Hampton Roads, Va. is one of the largest ports on the East Coast, offering one of the principal coal exporting facilities in the world. A hub for international trade, over 75 international shipping lines call at Norfolk and the surrounding ports of Portsmouth, Chesapeake, Newport News, Yorktown, and other outlying terminals. McAllister has been in the port of Hampton Roads for roughly 50 years, serving Yorktown, Piney Point, Hampton Roads, Norfolk, and the Chesapeake area with unsurpassed towing and general harbor assist work.

Captain Elliott Westall joined the McAllister family in 1997 after a distinguished 20-year career in the US Navy where he served primarily as Tug Captain and Harbor Pilot. Captain Westall was selected as the first General Manager of Chesapeake Energy Services, where he directed McAllister's LNG operations at Cove Point, MD. After developing and implementing the operations at Cove Point and successfully leading the vetting and certification process, Captain Westall returned to McAllister Towing of Virginia as their Operations Manager. In June 2007, he was appointed General Manager and eventually named Vice President. Captain Westall and the entire team in Virginia continues to work earnestly and safely to promote McAllister's reputation as the leader of unsurpassed service in marine transportation.

2200 Colonial Avenue, Suite 25
Norfolk, VA 23517

Vice President & General Manager
Capt. J. Elliott Westall
Operations & Marine Personnel Manager
Amanda Ahlemeyer Robinson
Port Engineer
Carter Bates

Virginia Fleet