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Survey: Ship operating costs decline 7 percent in 2012

A report from Drewry's Shipping Consultants found that ship operating costs fell 7 percent this year, but management costs will probably increase in the near future

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Salvage crews cut up, remove grounded Jireh from Puerto Rico island

The U.S. Coast Guard said the cutting and removal of beached cargo ship Jireh has been completed at a Puerto Rico island

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P&I club: Take care that stowaways can't hide in rudder stock recess

The American P&I Club has issued an alert warning operators to prevent stowaways from gaining access to vessels' rudder stock recess

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Thief steals Wash. schooner's wooden wheel; voyage saved by loaner wheel

Someone stole the wooden wheel from the historic education tour schooner Adventuress while the vessel was docked in Olympia, Wash.

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Lawmakers recognize the poor condition of U.S. Coast Guard fleet

Members of Congress say they recognized that the aging U.S. Coast Guard fleet is deteriorating to such a degree that vital missions are at risk

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Cargill, Huntsman promise to charter only the greenest ships

Cargill and Huntsman pledge to use the RightShip fuel-efficiency index to move their commodities on only the most environmentally friendly vessels

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Study: LNG-fueled vessels to be mainly box ships, cruise ships, tankers

Lloyd's Register has issued a report indicating that price and global infrastructure will influence to entent of LNG use as ship fuel -- mainly for container, cruise and tanker ships

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Seamen's Church issues report on piracy's impact on mental health of seafarers

A report from Seamen's Church Institute and Mount Sinai School of Medicine found that seafarers experience stress and psychological problems as a result of piracy

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Report: Unexploded bombs pose threat to Gulf mariners, oil rigs

Texas A&M oceanographers say millions of pounds of unexploded bombs pose a threat to mariners and oil rigs in the Gulf of Mexico

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Chamber of Shipping wants more time for ballast-water retrofits

The International Chamber of Shipping is calling for changes to the the International Maritime Organization's ballast water treatment regime

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