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Coast Guard study urges more initiatives to retain women

Coast Guard study urges more initiatives to retain women

Progress has been made, but 'we must do better,' says Adm. Charles Ray

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Philly Shipyard delivers second Aloha-class boxship to Matson

Philly Shipyard delivers second Aloha-class boxship to Matson

The 3,600-TEU Kaimana Hila will join Daniel K. Inouye in the mainland-to-Hawaii trade

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ICS 'very concerned' after migrants hijack tanker that rescued them

The ship reportedly was going to return the 100 rescued people to Libya

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SAFETY ALERT: Transiting abeam in strong current

USCG: Provide a wide berth when maneuvering around any other vessel or object

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Autonomous vessel takes on avoidance trials in North Sea

Autonomous vessel takes on avoidance trials in North Sea

A Damen supply boat with anti-collision technology interacts with two other vessels off the Netherlands

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Dutch coalition, Maersk partner in maritime biofuel project

Dutch coalition, Maersk partner in maritime biofuel project

A Triple-E containership will sail from Rotterdam to Shanghai and back on biofuel blends alone

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IMO kicks off GloFouling project to protect marine biodiversity

IMO kicks off GloFouling project to protect marine biodiversity

The effort will address invasive organisms that can build up on hulls and other marine structures

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Great Lakes-Seaway ports forecast strong shipping season

Great Lakes-Seaway ports forecast strong shipping season

In 2018, many of the system's U.S. ports recorded their highest cargo totals in years

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Houston Ship Channel closure could cost $1 billion

Dozens of ships have not been able to access the port due to a chemical plant fire

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Seafarers' survey finds increase in obesity, mental illness, gender discrimination

Seafarers' survey finds increase in obesity, mental illness, gender discrimination

Satisfaction at sea dropped more than 5 percent in the past year, says The Mission to Seafarers

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