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St. Lawrence Seaway tonnage rose 4% in 2012, beating forecast

The St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corp. said 2012 tonnage rose 4 percent, due to an increase in grain shipments and demand for low-sulfur coal in Europe

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Vigor orders floating dry dock that will be largest in U.S.

Vigor Industrial said it has ordered a 960-foot floating dry dock that will be the nation's largest

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Chamber of Shipping identifies flag states with 'patchy' track records

The International Chamber of Shipping has launched its latest Flag State Performance Table and notes that some recently popular flags have questionable indicators

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Army Corps agrees to operate Willamette locks to allow stranded vessels to transit

The Army Corps of Engineers reopened the Willamette Falls Locks for one day to allow vessels that were stranded in the yearlong closure to pass through

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Coast Guard asks San Francisco harbor safety committee to review Critical Maneuvering Areas

In the wake of Overseas Reymar's accident at the Bay Bridge, the Coast Guard has asked the Harbor Safety Committee to review Critical Maneuvering Areas

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Coast Guard, NTSB to convene formal hearing on fatal Bounty sinking

The U.S. Coast Guard and National Transportation Safety Board will hold a formal hearing into the deadly sinking of the tall ship Bounty during Hurricane Sandy

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Sekimizu: Industry should set goal to halve deaths at sea

The International Maritime Organization's secretary-general said the industry should set goals to cut the number of lives lost at sea in half and to eradicate piracy

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IMO chief emphasizes sustainability, 'safety culture'

At the launch of the World Maritime Day theme, International Maritime Organization Secretary-General Sekimizu emphasized sustainability

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Obama extends Maritime Security Program vessel stipends

The new defense law signed by President Obama extends the Maritime Security Program, which offers annual stipends to 60 militarily useful ships

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NTSB to lead Seastreak crash probe, sends team to NYC

The National Transportation Safety Board is sending an investigative team and will lead the probe of the Seastreak Wall Street's crash that injured 57 people

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