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Day of the Seafarer highlights sacrifice of mariners during pandemic

Day of the Seafarer highlights sacrifice of mariners during pandemic

COVID-19 travel restrictions have left hundreds of thousands stranded at sea

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Austal to expand into building steel ships

The company will receive $50 million in COVID-related funds from the Defense Department

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Day of the Seafarer: Canada commended for crew-change protocols

Day of the Seafarer: Canada commended for crew-change protocols

Canadian ship operators have collaborated on detailed best practices during COVID-19

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Crewman overboard from tanker off Cape Hatteras

Coast Guard and AMVER assets searched in vain for the Hellas Gladiator mariner

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Keel laid for first US-built Great Lakes bulker in 35 years

Keel laid for first US-built Great Lakes bulker in 35 years

Interlake Steamship's Mark W. Barker, being built by Fincantieri Bay, is slated for 2022 delivery

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Alaska Marine Lines expands fleet with two Sause barges

The 438-foot Kamakani and Namakani each have a payload of 16,869 tons

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Navy commissions new LCS via message due to COVID-19

Navy commissions new LCS via message due to COVID-19

USS Kansas City is the 11th of the Independence variant from Austal USA

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LCA welcomes US inquiry into proposed Canadian ballast water rules

The groups says the regulations 'would create an economic barrier to U.S. vessels'

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US launches investigation of Canadian ballast water regulations

The Lake Carriers' Association says the proposed rules are not mandated by the IMO and would be cost-prohibitive

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DOT infrastructure grants include three maritime-related projects

Projects in Texas, Florida and Oklahoma will receive money through the INFRA program

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