Looks like the sales representative is a member of many organizations and maybe they are just "fishing" to check out the potential.
Last time I checked CAPMOORE was still stored out of service in Boston. She had an odd failure in the reduction gear lube oil system that wiped a bearing. The boat is actually in better structural shape than just about all the surviving TAMS railroad boats except the ex-Virginian W. R. COE (that boat, owned by Boston Towing, was in superb condition last time I saw it).
When Curtis Bay Towing had the CAPMOORE as the HAWKINS POINT, they regularly had her blasted down to the metal and properly reprimed, and the deckhouse and bulwarks are still is amazingly good shape even though her present coat of paint is faded. I do not know what her future is likely to be though, or what plans ETB has for her.