October/November 2009

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Special Report: Opening the Arctic

NTSB: Openings remain for marine accident investigation course

Washington's state ship winters at home due to Calif. emissions law

Stalled tug runs into Mass. bridge fender, delaying train service

Coast Guard approves navigation plan for Massachusetts LNG project

Somali pirates seize U.S.-bound supertanker full of crude

Power failure leaves NCL's Norwegian Dawn dead in the water

Friends of Big U rally around historic ship put up for sale

Decision postponed on restricting foreign-flag offshore oil vessels

Savannah thinking about building cruise ship terminal (VIDEO)

Scientist: Navigation over North Pole 'imminent' as ice degrades

Ship operators oppose rate hike for Columbia River Pilots

Nauticomp to Display STIDD Helm Chair with Armrest-Mounted PC Mouse at 2009 International Workboat Show

Mr. Philippe Louis-Dreyfus Named Connecticut Maritime Association 2010 Commodore

Standard Horizon Announces the GX2000 MATRIX and GX2100 MATRIX AIS

Ship limits may have contributed to endangered-whale baby boom

U.S. Coast Guard preparing for more vessel traffic in Arctic

Amver blog: Recent casualties show need for rescue coordination

Winds cause BC Ferries 'vomit comet' to abort voyage (PHOTO)

Bulk carrier grounding was toughest St. Lawrence salvage in years

Philippe Louis-Dreyfus named CMA commodore of the year

Tug, barge tow log cabin in Lake Coeur d'Alene (PHOTO GALLERY)

Closure of Valero's Delaware refinery to hurt Wilmington Tug

Columbia River bulk carrier loses steering after gear pump fails

Environmental-response tugboat sinks at Seattle pier

Queen of the West to operate on Columbia, Snake rivers in 2010

Two killed in ATB explosion at VT Halter Marine shipyard

La. officials recommend closing down the Melville Ferry (PHOTO)

Brownsville yard to scrap aircraft carrier, its largest-ever vessel

Georgia ports record first monthly increase in over a year