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National Maritime Center asks for mariner feedback on new website

The Coast Guard is testing a new website for the National Maritime Center and requests that mariners provide feedback on the user-friendliness of the new site

Web Bulletin 2013

National Maritime Center postpones use of new licensing forms

The National Maritime Center said it was canceling its recent announcement that new licensing forms will take effect this spring

Web Bulletin 2013

Adrift cruise ship Lyubov Orlova's EPIRB activates in North Atlantic

An EPIRB placed aboard the wayward cruise ship Lyubov Orlova has activated about 1,100 km from Newfoundland

Web Bulletin 2013

Salazar: Shell 'screwed up' and was ill-prepared for Arctic offshore drilling

The Interior Department has issued a report criticizing Royal Dutch Shell's preparedness for offshore drilling in the Arctic

Web Bulletin 2013

Carnival flying passengers home after Dream's propulsion woes; Carnival Legend has Azipod problem

Carnival has ended a Caribbean cruise early because of Carnival Dream's propulsion failure, and Carnival Legend is having a thruster problem at sea

Web Bulletin 2013

Carnival cruise ship stuck at Caribbean port with generator problems

The cruise ship Carnival Dream is stuck at port in St. Maarten because of a problem with at least one generator that controls propulsion

Web Bulletin 2013

A day in the life of the cutter Munro on the Bering Sea

The crew aboard the Coast Guard cutter Munro battles the elements in aiding the Bering Sea fishing fleet

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Captain suffers 3rd-degree burns after tug strikes pipeline, fire erupts

A tugboat burst into flames after running into a pipeline near Bayou Perot, and the captain suffered 3rd-degree burns

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N.C. community college acquires scientific research ship RV Cape Hatteras for $900K

Cape Fear Community College said it acquired the 135-foot research ship RV Cape Hatteras for $900,000

Web Bulletin 2013

Carnival reviewing engine-room redundancies, emergency power after Triumph blackout

Carnival Corp.'s chief executive said the company has begun a review of ideas that would prevent blackout incidents, including engine-room redundancies

Web Bulletin 2013
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