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Harvey Gulf becomes first U.S. company to contract LNG-powered OSVs

Harvey Gulf becomes first U.S. company to contract LNG-powered OSVs

Harvey Gulf says it is the first U.S. operator to contract LNG-powered offshore supply vessels

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P&I club issues bulletin on new Emission Control Area

The American P&I Club has published a bulletin on the new North American Emission Control Area, which went into effect this month

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Seattle ferry turns back to berth after smoke developed in engine room

The ferry Rachel Marie turned around and returned to a marina to disembark passengers after smoke was discovered coming from a generator

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Nine passengers injured when Chicago tour boat slams into dock

The Chicago River tour boat The Lila lost power and struck a concrete dock, injuring 9 passengers

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New York's Port Authority introduces $4.9M clean-ships program

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has begun a $4.9M Clean-Vessel Initiative to encourage ships to improve engines and reduce emissions

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NS Savannah documentary has been released on DVD

A documentary that chronicles the story of the NS Savannah, the world's only nuclear-powered merchant ship, is now available on DVD

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Cruise industry, Alaska oppose new Emission Control Area

The state of Alaska has sued the federal government in an effort to avoid enforcement of the Emission Control Area that goes into effect Aug. 1, and the cruise industry calls the rules too costly

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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

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Cruise industry adopts policies on muster drills, guest nationalities

Cruise Lines International Association has adopted new policies on emergency muster drills and identifying the nationalities of passengers

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EPA issues guidance on ships' role when low-sulfur fuel isn't available

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has issued interim guidance on what ship operators must do in the event of unavailability of low-sulfur fuel

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