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Propeller Club urges $3.5 billion for maritime recovery

Congress has yet to appropriate COVID relief funding for the maritime community

Coast Guard seeks mariner input on QMED tasks

The survey aims to improve the content of credentialing exams

CLIA extends cruising pause; Alaska tour canceled by COVID

CLIA extends cruising pause; Alaska tour canceled by COVID

Passengers aboard the vessel Wilderness Adventurer will be quarantined in Juneau

New IMO study reveals sharp rise in methane emissions

New IMO study reveals sharp rise in methane emissions

Total greenhouse gas emissions from shipping rose about 10 percent from 2012 to 2018

House bill includes funding for new Texas A&M training ship

House bill includes funding for new Texas A&M training ship

The legislation, with $389 million to build the NSMV, heads to the Senate

Captain, owners of NY party boat arrested after 'packed' cruise

Captain, owners of NY party boat arrested after 'packed' cruise

Police allege coronavirus restrictions were violated aboard Liberty Belle

Irving delivers first AOPS to Royal Canadian Navy

Irving delivers first AOPS to Royal Canadian Navy

Three other vessels in the DeWolf class are currently under construction in Halifax

Blount to build icebreaking buoy tender for Maryland

Blount to build icebreaking buoy tender for Maryland

The 90-foot vessel, slated for delivery in 2022, will replace a boat commissioned in 1942

Bollinger delivers 40th FRC to Coast Guard

Bollinger delivers 40th FRC to Coast Guard

USCGC Oliver Henry is the second boat in its class to be home-ported in Guam

Sea Machines teams with Maine Maritime, MarAd on autonomous vessel education

Instruction about autonomous systems will be included in the MMA curriculum

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Professional Mariner Editor Dom Yanchunas visits the Kanawha Valley for a conversation with West Virginia inventor Linwood Hamilton, who has developed a pair of inventions to improve safety in the inland towing industry. One is a rake that would fit onto the bow of a barge. The other is thruster piping inside a lead barge of a tow.

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