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Report: Shell drillship drags anchor, may have beached

The Shell drillship Noble Discoverer dragged anchor and drifted toward shore near Dutch Harbor

Web Bulletin 2012

Possible hydraulic failure cited after Boston ferry strikes docked yacht

The small ferry Island Adventure may have had a hydraulic failure before hitting a stationary yacht at a Boston wharf

Web Bulletin 2012

Costa Concordia captain says he was distracted by phone conversation

In a TV interview, the captain in the cruise-ship disaster apologizes for the accident and says he was talking with a retired captain when ship struck rock

Web Bulletin 2012

Chamber of Shipping applauds IMO action on ECDIS anomalies

The International Chamber of Shipping welcomes recent action from the IMO safety committee on EDCIS, including a meeting with manufacturers in September

Web Bulletin 2012

Cruise ship's thruster wake damages Intrepid museum gangway

A large wake caused by the thrusters of the cruise ship Norwegian Star broke a gangway off a decommissioned submarine

Web Exclusive 2012

Two rescued after tug strikes B.C. railroad bridge, sinks

Two crewmembers escaped injury after their tugboat sank in the Fraser River

Web Exclusive 2012

Clean Harbors, Coast Guard respond to grounded migrant ship

The U.S. Coast Guard and Clean Harbors are on the scene of the grounding of an old freighter that was used by migrants

Web Exclusive 2012

STCW amendments to force 'big shift' in ECDIS training

Though mariners face new certification requirements for Electronic Chart Display and Information Systems (ECDIS) this year, the maritime industry may not be ready to provide the training to meet them.

April 2012
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