October/November 2008

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Overseas Shipholding to pay record $37M pollution fine to feds

Norfolk Tug acquires startup James River Barge Line

Great Lakes short sea shipping begins with Ont. scrap-metal barge

Canadian commodore, fire hoses foil pirate attack in Gulf of Aden

Great Lakes states may enforce own ballast rules, court says

Feds praise whistleblowers in Genmar Defiance guilty verdicts

Coast Guard boards New England tugs to check mariner licenses

Cruise West adds summer service on Columbia and Snake rivers

Slowdown at Charleston container port hurts tugboat operators

Sealer deaths prompt TSB report to urge safer towing in ice

British Columbia mariner killed when bow gate opens in rough seas

Tug deckhand wins $7M verdict after flying stanchion smashed face

L-3 Klein Receives Full Acceptance of HarborGuard® Waterside Security System

U.S. admiral: Mariners can use evasive measures to thwart pirates

Commercial barge traffic triples on Erie Canal as gas prices rose

Delaware lightship volunteers recall their nervous tow to shipyard

Boat operator killed in accident had lost license five years earlier due to drug test

NE Maritime to hold shiphandling contest

Scores of vessels get loose in New Orleans during Hurricane Gustav

Ambrose Light, deemed obsolete, passes into history

Massachusetts setting up escort program for double-hull vessels on Buzzards Bay

Tugboat sinks in Gulf off Florida; all 4 crew rescued safely

Oasis of the Seas at the shipyard: PHOTOS

New York area tug operator sees big challenges ahead

Put a personal locator beacon in your Christmas stocking

All saved after engine fire causes occupants of charter fishing boat to take to the water

Ferries find new life on Long Island Sound

Federal government investigating allegations of misallocation of funds by Kings Point

Excursion boat with 139 aboard runs aground off Maine coast

Harbor tour boat fouls propellers after being blown into mooring area