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International Day of the Seafarer: Get on board with gender equality

International Day of the Seafarer: Get on board with gender equality

The IMO promotes seafaring as a career for women to mark the annual celebration

Web Bulletin 2019

More than 1,650 cadets graduate from US maritime academies,

The new deck and engineering officers will help fill a gap created by retiring mariners

Web Bulletin 2019

US fines bulker operator $1.5 million for 'magic pipe' violations

Crew on the Maltese-flagged M/V Achilleus bypassed the ship's oil water separator

Web Bulletin 2019
ABS to class first 'tri-fueled' OSV for Harvey Gulf

ABS to class first 'tri-fueled' OSV for Harvey Gulf

Harvey Energy will become the first U.S.-flagged OSV with a battery/converter system

Web Bulletin 2019
Upper Mississippi reopens with barge armada

Upper Mississippi reopens with barge armada

At least 50 barge tows are converging on St. Louis harbor as floodwaters ease

Web Bulletin 2019

VT Halter begins construction of Navy berthing barges

The Mississippi yard has options for up to six vessels, with the first deliveries in 2020

Web Bulletin 2019
Armstrong delivers excursion RHIB to Hawaiian operator

Armstrong delivers excursion RHIB to Hawaiian operator

The 41-foot Kibou was built in collaboration with NAIAD

Web Bulletin 2019

House passes bill with $75 million for new Soo Lock

Previous funding for the project had come from the Army Corps of Engineers and the state of Michigan

Web Bulletin 2019
IMO moves forward on autonomous ships, e-navigation standards

IMO moves forward on autonomous ships, e-navigation standards

The Maritime Safety Committee adopts a long list of guidelines and amendments

Web Bulletin 2019
Coast Guard details deficiencies on open lifeboats

Coast Guard details deficiencies on open lifeboats

More than 28 percent had issues including visible hull cracks and inoperable winches

Web Bulletin 2019
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