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Coast Guard: Operator in Detroit River grounding had invalid credential

The Coast Guard is pursuing enforcement action after the operator of the grounded cruise ship Yorktown was found to have an invalid pilot's endorsement for the waters

Web Bulletin 2012

Videotel offers DVD to train mariners on collecting casualty evidence

Videotel has introduced a training video that teaches mariners their role in collecting evidence for casualty investigations

Web Bulletin 2012

Unoccupied van rolls off ferry in St. Lawrence River

A minivan in neutral knocked down a raised ramp and rolled off a St. Lawrence River ferry; the captain was hospitalized after suspected heart attack

Web Bulletin 2012

Cruise-ship tender with 93 passengers runs aground near Bar Harbor

A tender from the Celebrity Summit ran aground near Bar Harbor, Maine, and a pilot boat and whale-watching vessel rescued the 93 passengers

Web Bulletin 2012

Crewman feared lost while stowing pilot ladder found safe on land

After authorities investigated whether a crewman from MSC Tokyo had fallen overboard while stowing a pilot ladder, the missing man was found safe in downtown Mobile

Web Bulletin 2012

Chamber: Casualty investigation results should be reported to IMO promptly

The secretary-general of the International Chamber of Shipping said the industry would be better able to learn from casualties if investigation results were reported to IMO in a timely manner

Web Bulletin 2012

Blog: Vessel Traffic Service has reduced risk of casualties

The Coast Guard's Vessel Traffic Service is marking its 40th anniversary

Web Bulletin 2012

Coast Guard: Missing crewman at Mobile may have fallen while recovering pilot ladder

The Coast Guard said a missing crewman at Mobile may have fallen while recovering a pilot ladder

Web Bulletin 2012

Titan Salvage says Costa Concordia recovery faces significant delay

U.S.-based Titan Salvage said the Costa Concordia recovery won't be completed before June 2013 because it will take time to drill through granite to build platform

Web Bulletin 2012

Ship runs aground in St. Lawrence River, is able to dislodge itself

The ship Phoenix Star ran aground in the St. Lawrence River but was able to free itself and move back into open water

Web Bulletin 2012
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