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Barge industry requests federal declaration of emergency

Representatives of the inland river barge industry want a federal declaration of emergency to address low water levels in the Mississippi River

Web Bulletin 2012

New York Water Taxi begins temporary Staten Island fast ferry service

New York Water Taxi has begun a temporary fast-ferry service between Staten Island and Manhattan to accommodate commuters disrupted by Hurricane Sandy damage

Web Bulletin 2012

Chamber of Shipping: Governments shouldn't view us as 'cash cow'

The International Chamber of Shipping tells the United Nations that governments should not treat the industry as a 'cash cow' in collecting emissions payments

Web Bulletin 2012

Coast Guard, La. passenger vessels to conduct safety management exercise

The U.S. Coast Guard said passenger vessel operators in Louisiana will conduct an exercise of their shipboard safety management and contingency plan

Web Bulletin 2012

NMC to replace mariner credentials lost in Sandy free of charge

The National Maritime Center said mariners whose credentials were lost or destroyed in Hurricane Sandy can get replacements from of charge

Web Bulletin 2012

MarAd spending $35M on new berths to expand reserve fleet at Beaumont

The U.S. Maritime Administration plans to build four new 1,000-foot docks in the Neches River to expand the Ready Reserve Fleet there

Web Bulletin 2012

Blog: Sandy damaged Coast Guard's Sandy Hook command center, docks

Hurricane Sandy caused extensive damage to the Coast Guard's Sandy Hook station, including the command center and floating docks

Web Bulletin 2012

Public Radio tours one of Ingram's Mississippi River towboats

A Public Radio reporter featured the Ingram towboat R. Clayton McWhorter in a report about U.S. grain exports

Web Bulletin 2012

Nautical Institute publishes ECDIS training guidelines, checklist

The Nautical Institute has issued ECDIS training guidelines and a familiarization checklist

Web Bulletin 2012

NYC seeks bid for temporary fast ferry serving Staten Island

New York City is seeking bids for an eight-week special fast ferry service linking a storm-damaged Staten Island area with Manhattan

Web Bulletin 2012
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