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Narragansett’s new fireboat built to handle every hazard

Narragansett’s new fireboat built to handle every hazard

The swimmer, Lt. Ben Lonngren, reached into a crevice in the rocks and with repeated strenuous efforts dislodged Rescue Andy.

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California orders game warden vessel from Moose Boats

The 46-foot aluminum catamaran will be powered by two Volvo Penta 625-hp turbo diesels

Eastern launches first Ollis-class ferry for Staten Island

SSG Michael H. Ollis will be followed by two more 4,500-passenger, double-ended vessels

Bollinger to build ocean barge for Electric Boat

The 395-foot vessel will transport submarine modules to the Connecticut shipyard

MetalCraft launches patrol boat for Mobile

The 34-foot vessel delivers 600 horsepower and speeds up to 44 knots

Metal Shark delivers two pilot boats for New Orleans service

The 45-foot Jet 1 and Jet 2 were specially designed for Belle Chasse Marine Transportation

Austal christens 12th expeditionary fast transport

USNS Newport will follow Burlington (EPF 10) and Puerto Rico (EPF 11)

Ingalls starts fabrication of 10th national security cutter

Calhoun will follow Stone, the ninth NSC, which is scheduled for delivery in 2020

Bisso takes delivery of first Tier 4 ASD tractor tug on Mississippi

Andrew S. from Main Iron Works provides 6,008 horsepower and 84 tons of bollard pull

Irving launches Canada’s second AOPS

HMCS Margaret Brooke will be followed by four more Arctic and offshore patrol ships

Bollinger delivers 36th fast response cutter

USCGC Daniel Tarr (FRC 1136) will be commissioned and home-ported in Galveston, Texas

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Professional Mariner Editor Dom Yanchunas visits the Kanawha Valley for a conversation with West Virginia inventor Linwood Hamilton, who has developed a pair of inventions to improve safety in the inland towing industry. One is a rake that would fit onto the bow of a barge. The other is thruster piping inside a lead barge of a tow.

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