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PortSide New York explains how tanker Mary A. Whalen was secured during Hurricane Sandy

PortSide New York published an in-depth story about how its volunteers secured and protected the historic tanker Mary A. Whalen during Hurricane Sandy

Web Bulletin 2013

Carnival cruise ship aids rescue of distressed sailors near Fla.

The cruise ship Carnival Breeze assisted a Coast Guard rescue of two distress sailors by picking them up from rough seas prior to helicopter hoist

Web Bulletin 2013

Derelict cruise ship that broke loose near Newfoundland has been spotted adrift near Ireland

The derelict, unmanned cruise ship Lyubov Orlova, which broke loose from two towing vessels near Newfoundland, has been spotted adrift off the coast of Ireland

Web Bulletin 2013

TV series features ride-along footage of Odyssey Marine's treasure recovery

The Discovery Channel series "Silver Rush" features on-board footage of Odyssey Marine's crew recovering billions of dollars worth of precious metals and artifacts

Web Bulletin 2013

Five tugs towing Carnival Triumph after towline breaks; stroke victim needs medevac

The U.S. Coast Guard said a stroke victim needed a medevac from the stricken cruise ship Carnival Triumph broke, a towline parted and now 5 tugs are towing the ship

Web Bulletin 2013

Tanker crewman loses feeling in lower half of his body after being struck by crane

A crewman aboard the tanker Stolt Flamingo was struck by a crane and lost feeling in the lower half of his body

Web Bulletin 2013

Empty cruise ship adrift near Newfoundland after towline snapped

A derelict cruise ship is adrift near Newfoundland oil platforms after a tugboat lost control of the empty vessel when the towline snapped

Web Bulletin 2013

Marine engineers testing solar-powered sails for commercial ships

A start-up company called Eco Marine Power is testing a metal sail system that is also equipped with solar cells, enabling a ship to run partially on wind and solar power

Web Bulletin 2013

NTSB: Seastreak captain said thrust controls didn't respond at both consoles

In a preliminary report on the recent New York City ferry accident, the NTSB said the Seastreak Wall Street's master reported that thrust controls from two consoles didn't respond

Web Bulletin 2013

Two tanker crewmen severely injured in accident involving split cable

Two crewmen aboard the tanker Energy Conqueror were severely injured when a cable split, and they needed a U.S. Coast Guard medevac southwest of San Diego

Web Bulletin 2013
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