Archive of: Maritime News

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Great Lakes iron ore trade up 7 percent in July

Year to date, the trade is down 3.2 percent compared to the same point in 2017

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Maritime partners wrap up 15-year battery hybrid research project

Maritime partners wrap up 15-year battery hybrid research project

FellowSHIP led to innovations in the use of alternative propulsion technologies

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Virginia tug crews honored for response to drifting vessels

The crews on Captain Ron L and Captain Hank prevented allisions during severe weather in March

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SCA applauds $20 million in small shipyard grants

Seven member yards were awarded money through the MarAd program

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Gunderson to build ATB tank barge for OSG

The operator intends to employ the 204,000-barrel vessel in the Jones Act trade

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Chesapeake wrapping up final work on new cruise ship

Chesapeake wrapping up final work on new cruise ship

American Song will embark on its inaugural cruise this fall for American Cruise Lines

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Nominations open for NAMEPA environmental awards

The deadline for the submissions in eight categories is Aug. 20

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Ingalls cuts steel on amphibious assault ship Richard M. McCool Jr.

Ingalls cuts steel on amphibious assault ship Richard M. McCool Jr.

The vessel will be the 13th and final ship of the LPD 17 Flight I class

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Coast Guard warns of containers in water in Norfolk

Three containers from APL Antwerp sunk during offloading, with five others recovered

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Global piracy up, with West Africa a hot spot

Global piracy up, with West Africa a hot spot

Six kidnapping incidents in the Gulf of Guinea highlight higher risks in this area, the IMB says

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