Maritime news

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Grant expands U.S. merchant marine oral history project

New funding from Bay and Paul Foundations allows Seamen's Church Institute to reach out to veterans across U.S.

Web Bulletin 2013

Most shore-leave denials tied to lack of visas

Survey by Seamen's Church Institute involves port welfare workers at 30 locations across U.S.

Web Bulletin 2013

Coast Guard Academy training new class of engineering mentors

Eight college students will lead science competitions at Connecticut middle school

Web Bulletin 2013

UK installing eLoran stations to counter GPS jamming

Seven stations will provide alternative position, navigation and timing (PNT) information in the event of GPS failure

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Norwegian Cruise Line orders second Breakaway Plus ship

Germany's Meyer Werft shipyard will build the 163,000-ton, 4,200-passenger vessel, which will debut in spring 2017

Web Bulletin 2013

Somali piracy hits seven-year low, but incidents surge in West Africa

IMB reports an increase in kidnappings and a wider range of ships targeted in the Gulf of Guinea

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ISC advises 'sensible precautions' ahead of new port guidelines

Inspections by port states could begin as soon as Aug. 20 under new international maritime convention

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Burger Boat to hire 50 to build research vessel

Wisconsin-based company announces contract for 79-foot fisheries ship for the U.S. Geological Survey

Web Bulletin 2013

Ferry rescues fisherman from sinking boat in Puget Sound

A ferry responding to an alert from the U.S. Coast Guard rescued a fisherman after his boat began taking on water Wednesday near Anacortes, Wash.

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Chantal update: Coast Guard reopens three Puerto Rican ports

The Coast Guard reopened the southern ports of Ponce, Salinas and Guayama in Puerto Rico on Wednesday afternoon following the passing of Tropical Storm Chantal.

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