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InterManager announces initiatives on hours of rest, 'psychometric profiling'

For the Day of the Seafarer, InterManager is promoting a list of its initiatives, including projects to fight the problems of crew fatigue and industry red tape

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U.S. shipyards' value to nation: $36B, says MarAd

The U.S. Maritime Administration issued a report that says then nation's shipbuilding and repairs yards contributed $36 billion in gross domestic product

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Blog highlights Coast Guard's safety mission in heartland rivers

The Coast Guard Compass blog featured the work of the agency's five river tenders and their safety mission, including maintaining aids to navigation in the inland river system

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Ky. ferry reduces schedule because it can't find enough licensed captains

The Valley View Ferry in Kentucky is reducing its operating schedule this summer because it cannot find enough licensed captains

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Blue Water Ventures acquires data on deepwater shipwreck sites off U.S. coast

Blue Water Ventures said it acquired location data on multiple deepwater shipwrecks near the U.S. and will use the information to assess targets for its new salvage business

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ISO to establish performance standards for ship hulls, propellers

The International Standards Organization has established an expert group that will establish industry standards for the performance of hulls and propellers

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Columbia River bar pilots receive award for rescuing man from river

The U.S. Coast Guard issued Certificates of Merit to Columbia River bar pilots for the 2012 rescue of a man who was clinging to a steel tower in the river

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DNV to study LNG in North America emission control area for IMO

The International Maritime Organization has chosen Det Norske Veritas to study how to successfully implement LNG as a marine fuel in the North American Emission Control Area

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Alaska legislator commends Crowley tug crew for efforts during Kulluk response

An Alaska state representative wrote a letter of commendation recognizing the captain and crew of the Crowley Maritime tugboat Alert for its efforts during the response to drifting drill unit Kulluk

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Software interface developed for ECDIS, radar training with simulators

VSTEP, PC Maritime and Nautis have announced a new software interface for ECDIS and radar with simulators at colleges' and companies' training centers

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