October/November 2010

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U.S. anti-whaling group launches 'Godzilla' interceptor vessel

Report: Nova Scotia barge grounded after towline parted

Drunk passenger launches Fla. cruise ship's anchor, life buoy

U.S. court sentences Somali pirate to 30 years in prison

Coast Guard, Navy improvised food deliveries to Carnival Splendor

Report: U.S. passenger vessels slow to adopt new safety standards

Towing service vessel capsizes after line parts; captain rescued

Barge breaks free from tug, runs aground near Port Canaveral

Foss an Industry Leader in Safety and Compliance, Coast Guard Admiral Says

Motions Sensors installed in wheelhouse of inland towing vessels

Coast Guard to honor Mich. towing company personnel for rescue

Newfoundland marine institute partners with Irish counterpart

Audit: Canadian Coast Guard ill-prepared for major oil spill response

SS United States may become part of Philadelphia casino project

Waterways Council wants 25 inland navigation projects instead of 6

Somali men found guilty in first U.S. piracy conviction in 200 years

Amver ship, U.S. Coast Guard assist demasted sailboat in Pacific

Gravel barge sinks at quarry along British Columbia's Fraser River

MUSTANG SURVIVAL presents latest industrial safety solutions at international workboat show 2010

San Diego Harbor Police receive new all-hazards fireboats

NOAA crew uses ocean science and nautical skill to save downed pilot

Blowout preventer needed by investigators into BP well disaster salvaged from seabed

Eighty-five Crowley Vessels Honored with 2010 CSA Environmental Achievement Awards

St. Lawrence Seaway official says vessel traffic 'robust' this fall

Massachusetts officials approve key aspect of Cape Wind project

MarAd provides $4M to Duluth-Superior ballast treatment test site

Fifty-nine Foss Vessels Honored for Environmental Excellence Ships have gone two years or longer without environmental incidents, winning Chamber of Shipping honor

MarAd to fund ABS study of U.S.-flag Great Lakes fleet's needs

KVH More than Doubles mini-VSAT Broadband Bandwidth in the North Atlantic

Coast Guard: 135 vessels still on Gulf oil spill response assignments