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Horizon to 'reorganize' as Hornblower ferry revenues fall short

The shipbuilder says it has not filed for Chapter 11 but 'day-to-day operations' have been affected

Canadian Ferry Association to meet in Halifax

This year's show will focus on the people and technology of tomorrow’s ferries

Rolls-Royce to supply Tier 4 propulsion for new San Francisco ferries

MarAd awards $9.8 million to 18 small shipyards

The program aims to modernize operations, improve efficiency and boost productivity

Eastern cuts steel for first of three Staten Island ferries

The 4,500-passenger Ollis-class vessels will have Tier 4-compliant EMD engines

Shearer Group to design new Texas ferry

Army Corps gets new survey vessel for Baltimore

The 61-foot Catlett from Technology Associates will replace the 1980s-era Linthicum

VT Halter parent acquires Miss. repair facility

The $25 million purchase adds the assets of World Marine of Mississippi

Navy christens USS Charleston (LCS 18)

The Independence-class littoral combat ship is the seventh from Austal USA

Gulfstream launches new ferry for Homeland Security

The 118-foot Edward V. Kramer will service a DHS facility in Long Island Sound

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Professional Mariner Conversations

President Bill Brennan of Maine Maritime Academy talks with Professional Mariner's Alex Agnew.

Added: 2012-07-23

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