March 2011

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Amver blog: Coast Guard's Watson, Strong discuss piracy at CMA

VIDEO of grounded barge, tug maneuver in New York's East River

Tow strikes Illinois railroad bridge; 25 barges break loose

Dredge ruptures pipeline in Louisiana's Calcasieu Ship Channel

Blog: Cutters Hamilton, Chase retired from Coast Guard fleet

Report: Horizon Lines may file for bankruptcy protection

Ship grounds, gets wedged sideways, blocks St. Lawrence Seaway

U.S. court upholds California's law restricting ship emissions

Furuno Offers Huge Rebate Savings, With Up To $2,500 Cash Back!

Horizon Lines may default on debt payments due in 2012

MSUA Honors KVH for Innovation in Satellite Communication

Registration Open for “Wrecks of the World II:

Blog: Coast Guard's 'breakout' opens Great Lakes shipping season

Major West Coast employer group recognizes Foss line-handlers' safety record

Crowley Names Carl Fox Senior Vice President, Corporate Services

Third Coast Guard crewmember guilty of dereliction of duty

Sturgeon Bay to build 2 platform supply vessels for Tidewater

U.S. vessels given OK to use digital versions of nav publications

U.S. Coast Guard fails to meet deadline for proposed tugboat inspection rules

Interior department to allow lease negotiation with Bluewater Wind

U.S. naval architecture firm unveils design of LNG-fueled towboat

Fleeting company's thoroughbreds keep barges sorted and ready to go

In Louisiana, Jean Lafitte is the pirate of choice, his name prominently displayed on everything from a park entrance to a tavern door.

Vigor Industrial buys Todd Shipyards

First of ghost fleet ships arrives at West Coast yard for disposal

Jury sides with Carnival over problems with Rolls-Royce pod propulsion system

Markey Machinery Creating Iinternational Support Network

VIDEO of CMA's "Piracy, The Scourge Worsens" panel in Stamford

Donjon and Seacor Announce Completion of Ken Boothe, Sr. Tugboat

Report: Feds may charge BP execs with seaman's manslaughter

Crane barge begins hoisting sunken vessels, pilings at Crescent City