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Cruise industry counters AMO comments, defends competency

The head of Cruise Lines International Association penned an open letter to American Maritime Officers after the union's president appear on Fox News

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Marine Insight offers free e-book guide to well-being of seafarers on ships

Marine Insight has published a free e-book 'A Guide to Professional and Personal Well-Being of Seafarers on Ships'

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Safety Management to develop TSMS for ADM's U.S. grain fleet

Archer Daniels Midland's ARTCO has hired Safety Management Systems LLC to develop a towing safety management system for the company's fleet of 80 towing vessels, 2K barges

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Tidewater to acquire Columbia River boats from Foss, which is cutting 60 jobs

Foss Maritime is cutting 60 jobs and selling its Columbia River tugboat business to Tidewater Barge Lines as fewer ships call at region's ports

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Coast Guard: Barge accident damaged Marseilles dam, may affect navigation depth

The U.S. Coast Guard said the recent runaway barges that came to rest against the Marseilles Dam have damaged the dam and navigation depths may be affected

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Chamber, unions complain that flag states don't submit casualty reports to IMO

The International Chamber of Shipping and International Transport Workers' Federation have complained to the International Maritime Organization that some flag states aren't filing casualty reports

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Maritime unions defend U.S.-flag interests in Food For Peace voyages

The Maritime Trades Department, AFL-CIO, has begun a campaign to defend the continued use of U.S.-flag vessels in the Food For Peace program

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Seamen's Church Q&A: Underway reflections from a river chaplain

Seamen's Church chaplain Rev. Kempton Baldridge discusses his 'deckplate ministry' aboard an inland towboat

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Coast Guard closes river at Vicksburg after 30 barges break loose

The U.S. Coast Guard has instituted navigation restrictions on the Mississippi River after 30 barges break loose near Vicksburg

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At least 50 barges break away near St. Louis, pose 'immediate danger'

The U.S. Coast Guard has closed the Mississippi River around St. Louis after as many as 80 barges broke away as a result of high water

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