Archive of: Latest Salvage News

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MarAd finishes Suisun Bay ship removal ahead of schedule

The departure of Cape Borda for recycling caps a 57-vessel project

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Ammonia barge adrift after fire in Gulf

Ammonia barge adrift after fire in Gulf

The tug Kathryn T. Devall detaches from the vessel after being unable to extinguish the flames

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Salvors raise sunken tugboat in Sitka

The Samson vessel Powhatan had been out of service for 10 years when it sank in April

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Agencies to remove fuel from sunken barge near Bay Bridge

Agencies to remove fuel from sunken barge near Bay Bridge

The 112-foot Vengeance, which capsized April 7, will be raised at a later date

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Salvage association defends industry's response capabilities

ASA President Todd Schauer cites 'false allegations' by a single commercial interest

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Salvagers remove World War II tug from Florida river

Salvagers remove World War II tug from Florida river

The former USS Tutahaco contained 'significant amounts of oil, PCBs, lead and asbestos'

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Coast Guard not 'aggressively enforcing' salvage, firefighting requirements

Rear Adm. Paul Thomas tells a House panel that the service doesn't have the resources

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Scholarship funds offered in marine science contest

NAMEPA and the American Salvage Association will announce winners in September

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Crews prepare to salvage sunken barge near Bay Bridge

Crews prepare to salvage sunken barge near Bay Bridge

The 112-foot Vengeance came to rest above the BART Transbay Tube

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Salvage crews in South Korea raise ferry Sewol

Salvage crews in South Korea raise ferry Sewol

More than 300 people died when the vessel capsized and sank in 2014

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