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Kings Point alumni announce legislative action plan

The U.S. Merchant Marine Academy Alumni Association and Foundation has released a legislative action plan urging supporters to contact members of Congress

Web Bulletin 2012

U.S. Coast Guard, Transport Canada to conduct joint vessel inspections on Seaway

Transport Canada and the U.S. Coast Guard will conduct joint port-state-control vessel inspections in a pilot program on the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway

Web Bulletin 2012

Coast Guard eases barge draft restrictions on Mississippi River post-Isaac

Hurricane Isaac dropped enough rain in the Mississippi River basin to allow the Coast Guard to ease barge draft restrictions

Web Bulletin 2012

EPA approves Rolls-Royce's LNG-fueled marine engine

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has approved Rolls-Royce's new marine engine that operates on liquified natural gas

Web Bulletin 2012

Florida ship surveyor gets 21 months in prison for false statements

A Florida ship surveyor received a 21-month prison sentence for false statements regarding inspection history of 2 vessels

Web Bulletin 2012

After Isaac, Coast Guard assessing ports, waterways, navigation aids

The Coast Guard is inspecting ports, waterways and aids to navigation in the aftermath of the storm in Louisiana

Web Bulletin 2012

Study: OSV wages rise in Gulf amid shortage of qualified crews

A report by GBI Research said wages are rising for qualified offshore supply vessel crewmembers in the Gulf of Mexico

Web Bulletin 2012

Coast Guard cites, fines recreation boaters blocking deep-draft channels

The U.S. Coast Guard has cited and fined four pleasure boaters who impeded deep-draft ship traffic in navigation channels

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Coast Guard reopens stretch of Mississippi River while dredging continues

Amid nonstop Army Corps dredging, the Coast Guard was able to reopen the Mississippi River after low water delayed about 100 vessels this week

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InterManager: Labor Convention will help industry recruit new seafarers

InterManager says the Maritime Labor Convention, which goes into force next year, will help attract new recruits to maritime careers

Web Bulletin 2012
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