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The "Bremen" was a floating production storage and offloading vessel owned by Zapata Off-Shore Company. In 1970, the company entered into an agreement with Shell Oil for the towing of "Bremen" from Louisiana to Italy. The contract contained a forum selection clause providing that any disputes would be settled in England under English law. After departing New Orleans on June 22, 1970, she ran into heavy weather and sought shelter at Tampa Bay on July 1–2 while awaiting repairs that were being made by tugs sent from Mobile and New Orleans as well as two vessels chartered locally—the tugboat "Josie B." (owned by Gulf Towing & Salvage) and barge towboat "Cape Kennedy".