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MarAd: Great Lakes fleet 'healthy' but needs infrastructure maintenance

The U.S. Maritime Administration has issued a report on the U.S.'s Great Lakes fleet, finding that cargo volumes have recovered and the industry is generally healthy

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Witness: HMS Bounty captain knew frame was rotting but sailed into Sandy anyway

A formal hearing into the fatal sinking of HMS Bounty has begun in Portsmouth, with testimony that the captain knew the tall ship's frame was rotting

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Coast Guard transfers electrical generator, power cables from OSV to Carnival Triumph

A U.S. Coast Guard helicopter transferred a power generator and cables from the offshore supply vessel Lana Rose to the stricken cruise ship Carnival Triumph

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PBS: Low water levels in Great Lakes cause conundrums for maritime industry

Maritime operators and harbor communities in the Great Lakes face a vicious cycle from the record low water levels: lower cargo volumes means less dredging money

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Newspaper: More tug escorts, fog restrictions are needed in San Francisco Bay

The Oakland Tribune published an editorial calling for more tugboat escorts and tighter rules for sailing in fog

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Cosco Busan pilot suing Coast Guard to restore his license

The pilot who lost his merchant mariner's license as a result of the Cosco Busan accident is suing the Coast Guard to get his credentials back

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Matson earnings rise on Guam volumes; company expects Hawaii trade to improve

Matson Inc. said its quarterly earnings grew as a result of stronger volumes to Guam, and it expects the Hawaii market to improve in 2013

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Conservancy releases new SS United States documentary film

The SS United States Conservancy is releasing the documentary film "SS United States: Made in America" in installments on its website

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Blog: An inside look at cutter's unscheduled dual engine swap

The Coast Guard Compass blog explains the creativity and mobilization of facilities on both coasts to replace the cutter Edisto's engines

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Alaska legislators get an earful in debate over cruise ship discharges

The Alaska Senate Finance Committee held a public debate on the issue of rolling back the state's regulations limiting wastewater discharges from cruise ships

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