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Odyssey Marine issues update on SS Gairsoppa silver recovery

Odyssey Marine Exploration said it continues to recover silver from the SS Gairsoppa shipwreck in agreement with the UK government

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MarAd cancels study that questioned wisdom of double hulls

The U.S. Maritime Administration has decided not to proceed with a recently announced study of double hulls

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Shell begins drilling in Chukchi Sea, but soon stops due to ice

The Shell-contracted drill ship Noble Discoverer began drilling in the Chukchi Sea, but sea ice forced a halt to the work after just one day

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First female pilot in Portland, Maine, dies after battle with cancer

Susan Clark, who in 2001 became Portland Harbor's first woman pilot, has died at age 48

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PHC apprentice program recognized by Department of Labor

The U.S. Department of Labor has recognized an apprenticeship program at the Paul Haul Center as one of the nation's best

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Newspaper: Congress must fix funding for inland waterways

The Lexington Herald-Leader newspaper published an editorial calling for Congress to agree on legislation to fund the inland lock and dam infrastructure

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American captain, cargo ship held in Venezuela on weapons charge

The captain of the cargo ship Ocean Atlas was charged with weapons trafficking in Venezuela after three rifles were found aboard the vessel; charges have since been dropped

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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

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Blog: Keel laid for national security cutter Hamilton

At Mississippi shipyard, workers lay keel for the Coast Guard's fourth national security cutter, the Alexander Hamilton

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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

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