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Blog: Boatswain's mates train aboard cutter Eagle for the first time

Coast Guard boatswain's mates are getting A-school training at sea aboard the cutter Eagle for the first time ever

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ConocoPhillips decides to delay its plans to drill offshore in Alaska Arctic

ConocoPhillips said regulatory uncertainty has caused the company to suspend its plan to begin drilling for oil offshore in the Alaska Arctic in 2014

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EPA issues tighter Vessel General Permit standards for ballast water discharges

The Environmental Protection Agency has published a new Vessel General Permit final rule that includes more stringent standards for ballast water discharges

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Tugboat captain dies a month after vessel struck La. pipeline, burst into flames

The captain of the Shanon E. Settoon has died, one month after receiving burns when the tugboat struck a pipeline in Louisiana

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Videotel Marine to offer training video on working in enclosed spaces

Videotel Marine will offer a safety training video on the risks of working in enclosed spaces

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Amver ships rescue 4 people whose vessel was capsized by rogue wave

Amver-participating ships Heijin and Tanias Leader rescued 4 people from the Atlantic Ocean after a rogue wave capsized their vessel

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NTSB cites weather preparedness, life raft problems in Trinity II disaster

The National Transportation Safety Board said the Trinity II fatalities occurred as a result of inadequate weather preparation by the company and failure to use lifesaving equipment properly

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Jones Act supporters say domestic fleet is necessary for national security

American Maritime Partnership wrote a letter to congressional leaders urging them to continue supporting the Jones Act for national security reasons

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Coast Guard: Great Lakes icebreaking season endures longer this year

The U.S. Coast Guard said icebreaking operations in Whitefish Bay and the St. Marys River are lasting longer this year because of higher snowfall totals

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Bar pilot in Bay Bridge casualty may lose his license

The San Francisco bar pilot in the Overseas Reymar casualty may lose his license after commissioners found that he lost situational awareness and failed to use a second radar

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