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WorkBoat.com is a free online resource for commercial marine professionals, providing its members access to the latest news and information about the industry in a single place. The site includes articles on topics including inland waterways, harbors and ports, security, vessel construction, legislation, and offshore and passenger vessel operations.  WorkBoat.com also contains business resources, blogs by industry leaders, discussion forums on the industry's hot-button issues, and current and archived articles from WorkBoat magazine.  Relevant comercial marine media- from photos and video to podcasts and audio- provide members additional perspective on the industry.

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Featured Content
Coast Guard casualty reporting confusion
A Passenger Vessel Association’s (PVA) regional meeting last week touched on an issue that’s near to every operator’s aspirin supply: Coast Guard casualty reporting requirements, specifically -- Navigation and Vessel Inspection Circular (NVIC) 2692. Author: Dale DuPont
September 30, 2014
Workboat sighted in Houma
Heading to Houma, La., to do a story on a new OSV at Gulf Island Marine Fabricators. Author: Ken Hocke
September 30, 2014
Digital selective calling
Digital Selective Calling technology can reduce the number of missed mayday calls. Author: Joel Milton
September 30, 2014
How do you say soybeans in Spanish and Portuguese?
Soybeans are big business for the U.S. dry barge industry, but the USDA predicts that the United States is losing its dominance in the world soybean market. Author: Pamela Glass
September 25, 2014
Hamburg’s economic lifeline
Hamburg, the second biggest container port in Europe and the 11th largest in the world, is truly impressive. Author: David Krapf
September 25, 2014

 
 
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