Archive of: Maritime News

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AWO chairman touts Houston's recovery one year after Hurricane Harvey

Tom Marian cites the resiliency of the tugboat, towboat and barge industry

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Coast Guard welcomes new FRC to California

Coast Guard welcomes new FRC to California

Robert Ward is the second of four FRCs to be home-ported in Los Angeles-Long Beach

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Seaway pilots order new launch from Gladding-Hearn

Seaway pilots order new launch from Gladding-Hearn

The 53-foot newbuild will feature twin Volvo Penta Tier 3-compliant diesels

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Matson takes delivery of largest US-built containership

Matson takes delivery of largest US-built containership

The 850-foot, 3,600-TEU Daniel K. Inouye is the first of two Aloha-class ships from Philly Shipyard

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Eastern Shipbuilding starts hurricane relief fund for employees

Eastern Shipbuilding starts hurricane relief fund for employees

The 'Go Fund Me' effort aims to raise $1.5 million for recovery expenses

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IMO adopts carriage ban on high-sulfur fuel

The move is seen as a key step toward enforcing the 0.5 percent cap in January 2020

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Coast Guard halts two illegal charters in Miami

Owners and operators face civil penalties of up to $41,456

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Bollinger delivers 31st fast response cutter

The Sentinel-class Terrell Horne is handed to the Coast Guard in Key West

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San Jacinto College to hold maritime job fair

Attendees are encouraged to bring copies of their resumes

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IMO rejects delaying 2020 sulfur cap

IMO rejects delaying 2020 sulfur cap

Changing the plan now would create 'greater levels of uncertainty' for global shipping

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