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1. Exploring the geology of the seabed article 100 %
2. McAllister solidifies fleet with new Tier 4 tugs
McAllister Towing and Transportation decided to build Capt. Brian A. McAllister, the most powerful docking and escort tug in its fleet, to handle big containerships expected in East Coast ports following the recent expansion of the Panama Canal.
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3. OSV goes West, finds a new life article 100 %
4. Crew/supply boats
There were some issues gnawing at the buoyant Gulf Coast shipyard scene in 2014, primarily the threat of vessel overcapacity and the unrelenting search for qualified welders, fitters and professionals to man the torches and desks of the boatyards.
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5. Former Navy tugboat gets updated again as a green z-drive article 100 %
6. When a cylinder fails, engineers still keep ship on schedule article 100 %
7. 2018 Ship of the Year: Araho
In March, aboard the new factory trawler Araho, all was a bustle. The vessel, moored at Pier 91 in Seattle, was fresh from making the Panama Canal from Eastern Shipbuilding in Panama City, Fla.
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8. Side bitt or shoulder bitt? Mariners invited to standardize towing terms
When is a quarter bitt a forward quarter bitt? Never, according to Capt. Eric Johansson, a third-generation tugboater and, since 1994, a professor at State University of New York Maritime College.
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9. El Coqui
Crowley Maritime’s El Coqui, one of the world’s first combination container/roll-on/roll-off ships (con-ros) fueled by liquefied natural gas (LNG), made its maiden voyage from Jacksonville, Fla., to San Juan, Puerto Rico, on July 27.
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10. Erie Canal tugboats push on through two centuries of change
Aboard the 74-foot canal tug Governor Cleveland, Capt. Mike Coon was preparing the boat for a voyage upriver, from Lock 8 on the Erie Canal to Amsterdam, N.Y.
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11. Thirty years and $3 billion later, Olmsted ready to lock and roll
The rotted wood and rust-eaten remains of two dam wickets, lying on display on the bank of the Ohio River near Olmsted, Ill., tell the story of compromised infrastructure eating at the core of the nation’s inland river system and its economy.
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12. Treasure Coast: Twin-screw power, central-stair comfort article 100 %
13. Half Moon Clipper
Amid the oil industry downturn in the Gulf of Mexico and the corresponding grim economics visited upon aluminum crew boat builders in south Louisiana, Breaux Brothers Enterprises of Loreauville put a new twist on the market.
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14. Crew/supply boats
A deafening silence has descended on shipyards along the Gulf Coast in the wake of the titanic sinking of the global oil market.
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15. ‪Seacor Lynx
Capt. Ron Rainey has driven high-speed cats for Seacor Marine in Angola, the Congo and the Caspian Sea. But as he takes Seacor Lynx down the Houma Navigation Canal for sea trials in the Gulf of Mexico, it feels like crew boat heaven.
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16. Army ‘goose' migrates up and down the coast replenishing beaches article 100 %
17. Crew/supply boats
Oil rules along the Gulf’s shipyard coast, and confidence ebbed for a while after Deepwater Horizon. The drilling moratorium saw rigs and support vessels leaving for oil fields off the coasts of Brazil and Africa.
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18. Rodanthe
On a blistering June day, a sizable crowd gathered in the shade of an outdoor shelter fronting the Hatteras Ferry Terminal on North Carolina’s Outer Banks.
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19. Police boat returns to duty article 100 %
20. In the spirit of collaboration, Western Towboat readies Arctic Titan article 100 %
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