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NMEA announces education lineup for 2016 conference

The event will be held Sept. 20-22 in Naples, Fla.

Web Bulletin 2016
USMRC offers virtual training for ships responding to migrant crisis

USMRC offers virtual training for ships responding to migrant crisis

Simulation is used to promote safe rescues by merchant vessels

Web Bulletin 2016

Coast Guard approves official electronic charts

NVIC 01-16 establishes uniform guidance on what is now equivalent to paper

Web Bulletin 2016

ABS launches maritime CyberSafety series

The program covers cybersecurity, automated systems safety, data management and software assurance

Web Bulletin 2016

SAFETY ALERT: GPS interference and jamming

Web Bulletin 2016

NOAA's Chart Tile Service to speed navigation updates

Users will have faster access to hundreds of corrections applied weekly

Web Bulletin 2015
Navy salvor: El Faro voyage data recorder may be buried under debris

Navy salvor: El Faro voyage data recorder may be buried under debris

The U.S. Navy has provided more details of the search for the sunken cargo ship El Faro, which involved a Military Sealift Command tugboat and a remotely operated vehicle with sonar

Web Bulletin 2015

TSB: Canadian bulk carrier grounded near Port Colborne due to power losses, misaligned geocompass

A Canadian bulk carrier that ran aground in 2014 has suffered power losses that were misinterpreted by the chief engineer and led to compass problems and navigation errors, the Transportation Safety Board of Canada said

Web Bulletin 2015

Maritime College to host e-nav conference in September

State University of New York Maritime College will be the site of the e-Navigation Underway 2015 conference Sept. 28-30

Web Bulletin 2015

DP market expected to hit $1.48 billion by 2020

Researchers say vessels servicing offshore oil and gas operations will pace demand

Web Bulletin 2015
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