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NTSB: Seastreak captain said thrust controls didn't respond at both consoles

In a preliminary report on the recent New York City ferry accident, the NTSB said the Seastreak Wall Street's master reported that thrust controls from two consoles didn't respond

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Port of Stockton takes over management of Marine Highway barge plan

The Port of Stockton said it has taken over management of its Marine Highway barge transport initiative in an effort to speed up the project

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Coast Guard issues warning after box ship narrowly avoids collision with fishing boat

The Coast Guard issued a warning reminding captains to be vigilant, after a container ship narrowly avoiding colliding with a fishing boat near Jacksonville

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In reversal, NLRB says tugboat mates are not supervisors

In a decision that reverses previous precendent, the National Labor Relations Board says tugboat mates are not statutory supervisors

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Towboat crew brings wayward dock with 16 pleasure boats under control

The crew of the towboat Augusta nudged a loose dock containing 16 pleasure boats under control toward the Kanawha River shoreline

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Sealift Command-chartered ships underway for Antarctica resupply operation

Military Sealift Command-chartered ships are now underway in support of the annual Antarctica resupply operation

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NMC's new credentialing forms go into effect this month

The National Maritime Center said the Office of Management and Budget has approved newly revised mariner credentialing forms, and new versions go into effect this month and must be used after April 30

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Soo Locks closed until March for winter maintenance

The Army Corps of Engineers said the Soo Locks will be closed from January to March due to winter maintenance

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Blog: Papp discusses future of Coast Guard's cutter fleet

Speaking at the Surface Navy Association Symposium, U.S. Coast Guard Commandant Adm. Bob Papp explained the need to replace older cutters with newer, speedier vessels

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Calif.'s Hunter named chairman of House subcommittee on Coast Guard

U.S. Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., has been appointed chairman of the House Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation

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