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NASSCO plans up to 350 layoffs after accident at graving dock

NASSCO plans up to 350 layoffs after accident at graving dock

The future Miguel Keith (ESB 5) took on water when a barrier collapsed

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Davie delivers first LNG-powered ferry built in North America

Davie delivers first LNG-powered ferry built in North America

M/V Armand Imbeau II has icebreaking capability to operate year-round on the St. Lawrence River

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Canada acquires three icebreakers for Coast Guard fleet

Canada acquires three icebreakers for Coast Guard fleet

Quebec's Davie will convert the vessels obtained from Viking Supply Ships

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Coast Guard's first California-based FRC arrives in San Pedro

Coast Guard's first California-based FRC arrives in San Pedro

Forrest Rednour is the first of four FRCs to be home-ported at Base Los Angeles-Long Beach

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Foss Maritime closes Rainier shipyard

The facility was used primarily for repairs to the company fleet and to build new tugs

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GAO: Formalized strategy needed to boost US-flag fleet

GAO: Formalized strategy needed to boost US-flag fleet

Higher costs, fewer cargoes and a shortage of mariners top the list of challenges

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GulfMark gets rival merger bid from Harvey Gulf

The offer comes less than a month after GulfMark and Tidewater announced plans to merge

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LCS Charleston completes trials for summer delivery

The Independence-variant vessel will be based in San Diego with eight sister ships

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New EPF completes acceptance trials

New EPF completes acceptance trials

The Austal-built Burlington is slated for delivery to the Navy later this year

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VT Halter names Ronald Baczkowski as president and CEO

VT Halter names Ronald Baczkowski as president and CEO

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