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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
Forum speakers warn of GPS jammers, other maritime cyber threats

Forum speakers warn of GPS jammers, other maritime cyber threats

Capt. David Moskoff cites the risk from devices that are easily obtained on the Internet

Web Bulletin 2015

Maintenance to disrupt NOAA's online Coast Survey service

Raster charts and electronic charts will remain available this weekend, but some other products will not

Web Bulletin 2014

Navico acquires MARIS and expands portfolio

Web Bulletin 2014

Furuno wins four NMEA awards, including Manufacturer of the Year

Web Bulletin 2014

Cybersecurity training DVD now available to mariners

The DVD includes best practices to reduce risks and vulnerability associated with information systems

Web Bulletin 2014
Coast Guard finalizes changes to inland navigation rules

Coast Guard finalizes changes to inland navigation rules

The action aligns with IMO amendments and will reduce regulatory burdens, the USCG says

Web Bulletin 2014

New emissions monitoring system ties to ship's GPS

Turbulo BlueMon warns the bridge when a vessel is in danger of violating regulations

Web Bulletin 2014
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