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Port Authority police boat sinks during rescue training off NY

A Moose boat containing several Port Authority police officers sank in Jamaica Bay during a water rescue exercise

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Melting Arctic has Manitoba grain port thinking about growth

The port at Churchill, Manitoba, and other Canadian shipping interests are preparing for potential Northwest Passage growth

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Cutter Healy conducts continental shelf mapping in Arctic Ocean

The U.S. Coast Guard cutter Healy has completed a second week of Arctic Ocean floor surveys

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Blog; Joint U.S., China coast guard exercises form 'building blocks' toward cooperation

A China Marine Safety Administration ship visited a U.S. port for the first time and conducted joint rescue exercises in Hawaii with the U.S. cutter Galveston Island

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American captain, cargo ship held in Venezuela on weapons charge

The captain of the cargo ship Ocean Atlas was charged with weapons trafficking in Venezuela after three rifles were found aboard the vessel; charges have since been dropped

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Blog: Keel laid for national security cutter Hamilton

At Mississippi shipyard, workers lay keel for the Coast Guard's fourth national security cutter, the Alexander Hamilton

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U.S. Coast Guard, Transport Canada to conduct joint vessel inspections on Seaway

Transport Canada and the U.S. Coast Guard will conduct joint port-state-control vessel inspections in a pilot program on the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway

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Port Newark trespasser found sleeping in ship captain's bed

A mentally disturbed man scaled a fence at Port Newark and boarded a car carrier, where he was found sleeping in the captain's bed

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Chinese maritime safety ship arrives in Hawaii for historic exercises

The Chinese Maritime Safety Administration ship Haishun 31 has arrived at Honolulu for the first search-and-rescue exercises with the U.S. Coast Guard

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Coast Guard reports several ship groundings, barge strandings along Mississippi River

The Coast Guard said the Mississippi River has reopened to vessels smaller than 250 feet, although there have been ship groundings and barges stranded along the riverbanks

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