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2014 WorkBoat Media Kit Cover In the 2014 WorkBoat Media Kit you'll find:

  • Print and Online Opportunities  
  • Information About the Online Audience 
  • Reader Demographics 
  • Editorial Calendar  

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Featured Content
Fewer but stronger Gulf hurricanes
If hurricanes hit the Gulf of Mexico this season, expect them to be stronger. Author: Dr. William J. Pike
July 31, 2014
TWIC and manslaughter
Allowing those who served time for manslaughter to apply for and receive a TWIC card was irresponsible. Author: Ken Hocke
July 31, 2014
More crew injuries in August?
The dog days of August seem to be the time when more preventable injuries occur. Author: Gene McKeever
July 31, 2014
Reflections on the Costa Concordia and Sewol
Maritime disasters on opposite sides of the world were in the news this week. Author: Bruce Buls
July 29, 2014
Finding tomorrow’s welders
It is no easy task for shipyards to find, train and retain good welders. But there is hope. Author: David Krapf
July 29, 2014

 
 
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