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New York's Port Authority introduces $4.9M clean-ships program

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has begun a $4.9M Clean-Vessel Initiative to encourage ships to improve engines and reduce emissions

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American Cruise Lines launches Queen of the Mississippi

The new Queen of the Mississippi has set sail on its maiden cruise from New Orleans

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Coast Guard examines safety of Nome gold-mining dredges

The Coast Guard offered free safety exams for the 80 registered gold dredges at Nome

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AWO urges more charting, AIS, icebreaking in Alaska

A Crowley Maritime vice president testified at congressional hearing in Alaska on the Coast Guard's presence in the Arctic

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NMEA members develop common Ethernet message infrastructure

The National Marine Electronics Association said a common infrastructure to share messages over Ethernet will be operational by the end of 2014

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Crowley Liner Services: Rate-fixing 'violates our core values'

Crowley Liner Services says it has enhanced its compliance program as a result of the Puerto Rico rate-fixing case

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Deteriorating century-old N.J. ferry to be dismantled at dock

After many years of service as a floating restaurant, the 107-year-old ferry Binghamton will be dismantled at a New Jersey dock and scrapped

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Crowley Liner Services to pay $17M fine in Puerto Rico price-fixing case

Crowley Liner Services has pleaded guilty and will pay a $17 million criminal fine in the ongoing federal Puerto Rico marine transport price-fixing probe

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Coast Guard commission fast response cutter Etheridge

The Coast Guard commissioned its second Sentinel Class fast response cutter, Etheridge, at Port Everglades, Fla., today

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Ore. mining investors agree to hire Gunderson, Vigor to build $75M worth of barges

The backers of the Morrow Pacific coal project say Gunderson Marine and Vigor Industrial will get $75 million in barge construction work if the project goes forward

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