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The Government Accountability Office issued a report on vulnerability assessments of critical infrastructure.
The Coast Guard accepted delivery of the fourth National Security Cutter, Hamilton, in Pascagoula, Miss., Monday.
Coast Guard pollution responders and the Fairhaven Harbormaster responded to a report of a large oil sheen in Buzzards Bay, Mass., Friday morning.
Effective Oct. 10, 2014, uninspected commercial barges and sailing vessels must carry lifesaving devices even if these vessels are not carrying passengers for hire, according to a Coast Guard final rule published last week in the Federal Register.
At SMM in Hamburg, WorkBoat Editor-in-Chief David Krapf talked to Geoff Maitland, president of Bronswerk Marine.
Yesterday, the crew of Guice Offshore's oil rig supply vessel GO America spotted two persons adrift approximately 12 miles offshore of San Jose Island. The crew quickly brought the two individuals onboard and shortly thereafter, spotted and retrieved a third person.
The National Transportation Safety Board today released “Safer Seas 2013: Lessons Learned From Marine Accident Investigations,” a compilation of accident investigations that were published in 2013, organized by vessel type with links to the more detailed accident reports.
On the 13th anniversary of 9/11, America’s tugboat, towboat and barge industry is taking time today to remember the nearly 3,000 Americans who lost their lives, and also to acknowledge the inspiring bravery shown by first responders and citizens on that tragic day. One of the most notable acts was the maritime evacuation of Lower Manhattan.
Carib Energy, a subsidiary of Jacksonville, Fla.-based Crowley Maritime, has been granted a 20-year, small-scale U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) export license for the supply, transportation and distribution of U.S.-sourced liquefied natural gas (LNG) into Non-Free Trade Agreement (NTFA) countries in the Caribbean, Central and South America.
Kvichak Marine Industries, Seattle, Wash., was awarded a five year contract by the Coast Guard for the construction of 32’ Transportable Port Security Boats (TPSB) in 2011. Kvichak has delivered 52 vessels to date. The USCG recently awarded an additional seven vessels to the contract.
Maritime bills in limbo
Congress will get one more chance to
pass maritime bills next month, but will
Author: Pamela Glass
October 23, 2014