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IMO approves US-Russian proposal for Bering Strait routes

The goal is to help mariners avoid shoals, reefs and islands, reducing the risk of casualties

House OKs second Jones Act waiver for Dakota Creek trawler

House OKs second Jones Act waiver for Dakota Creek trawler

The future of America's Finest will be decided by the Senate, which rejected a waiver in April

ICS: Carbon targets can only be met with ‘zero CO2’ fuels

Technologies could include hydrogen fuel cells or batteries powered using renewable energy

Emergency rule bans most anchoring in Straits of Mackinac

Emergency rule bans most anchoring in Straits of Mackinac

The move by Michigan's governor follows a cable strike that caused a fluid leak

Coast Guard welcomes new vice commandant

Coast Guard welcomes new vice commandant

Adm. Charles W. Ray relieves Adm. Charles D. Michel, who has retired from service

House panel urges Army Corps to speed Soo Locks upgrades

Proponents are awaiting an updated benefits estimate for a second Poe-sized lock

Judge approves Harvey Gulf's reorganization plan

The company reportedly has reached long-term charter deals with Hess for three PSVs

Seafarers' House launches $4.5 million campaign for new facility

Royal Caribbean is committing $500,000 to the 'Place of Welcome' effort

Bipartisan bill calls for more US-built ships for petroleum export

The Energizing American Shipbuilding Act would require the construction of more than 50 vessels

Philly Shipyard to lay off 275 after loss of TOTE order

Philly Shipyard to lay off 275 after loss of TOTE order

The yard's order book will run out next year after delivery of two Matson boxships

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Professional Mariner Editor Dom Yanchunas visits the Robinson Model Basin at Webb Institute, where the researchers discuss their work evaluating bulbous bows, trimaran hull designs and the impact of bio-fouling. They also talk about how the model basin enhances undergraduate education in naval architecture and marine engineering.

Added: 2014-08-03

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Webb Institute boat basin

Webb Institute boat basin

Professional Mariner Editor Dom Yanchunas visits the Robinson Model Basin at Webb Institute, where the researchers discuss their work evaluating bulbous bows, trimaran hull designs and the impact of bio-fouling. They also talk about how the model basin enhances undergraduate education in naval architecture and marine engineering.
Added: 2014-08-03
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