October/November 2007

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EBDG completes well stimulation vessel contract design

NMEA convenes a working group to develop NMEA 2000 messages for distributed power

Bourbon Offshore inaugurates first training center in Marseilles

Fifth new heavy lift ship, Industrial Dolphin, delivered to Intermarine

Nominations sought for 2007 Seamanship Trophy

Small cruise ship grounds on Alaskan island

Diesel-electric propulsion pushes ahead

Slow-to-arrive z-drive units create headaches for tug operators and builders

Towboat executes rapid rescue of sinking harbor tug's crew

Tug-barge hits boat anchored in channel

Boatswain preparing ladder for pilot is lost after falling overboard

God of thunder packs a punch

Bourbon chief says anchor handler's master should have stopped move before accident

With a history of innovation, AmNav is ready for the future

160-foot tour boat with 100 guests aboard runs aground in N.Y. inlet

With contract for third cutter, Coast Guard hopes design issues have been resolved

Good Shipmates: The Restoration of the Liberty Ship John W. Brown

Coast Guard wants escorts for single-hull barges on Buzzards Bay

Ship pilots who use helicopters say they reduce the risks

Christmas at sea evokes thoughts of families and missed joys

Coast Guard plans to hire civilians to boost its troubled Marine Safety role

NMEA honors top marine electronics products and companies with awards

Neah Bay rescue tug service to continue

McClure and Boucher receive industry awards from NMEA

Heeling barge loses logging equipment in B.C. ecological reserve used by whales

Bollinger Shipyard delivers third platform supply vessel to Rigdon Marine

Coast Guard took no action before Cosco Busan struck bridge

Congressional hearings into San Francisco Bay Oil Spill

Seacor Marine receives newest vessel, John Coghill

Derecktor lauches second fast ferry for government of Bermuda