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This video shows the Costa Concordia under tow from an aerial drone.
Eastern Shipbuilding this week announced it has entered into a contract with Harvey Gulf International Marine to construct a new Robert Allan RAmpage 6400 Multi-Purpose Field Support Vessel (MPFSV) at Eastern’s Panama City, Fla., facilities.
Lockport, La.-based Bollinger Shipyards today announced the Coast Guard has exercised a $255 million contract option for six additional Sentinel-class fast response cutters.
Yesterday the House Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation held a hearing on “Implementing U.S. Policy in the Arctic.”
This morning, the Costa Concordia departed Giglio and began its final voyage to Genoa, where it will be scrapped
The Panama Canal Expansion has reached another important milestone with the transfer of the first gates to the new locks complex in the Atlantic side.
McDermott International (NYSE: MDR) announced today that one of its subsidiaries was awarded a contract to provide transportation and installation services to Walter Oil & Gas Corporation for the Megalodon platform destined for South Timbalier Block 311 in the Gulf of Mexico.
Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) announced last week that it will offer more than 21 million acres offshore Texas for oil and gas exploration and development in a lease sale that will include all available unleased areas in the Western Gulf of Mexico Planning Area.
The draft memorandum proposal for the Port of Cincinnati boundary redesignation was released to the public in July.
A Coast Guard aircrew from Air Station Savannah assists in transferring passengers from a grounded casino ship in the vicinity of Calibogue Sound, S.C.
Can you be pro-development but anti-tar sands?
The city council of South Portland, Maine, has voted to ban tar sands from the city. Despite overwhelming support for the ban, I believe most city residents understand the importance of a working waterfront.
Author: Melissa Wood
July 24, 2014
Martinac goes dark
After 90 years of building commercial vessels, one of Puget Sound's premier shipyards calls it quits.
Author: Bruce Buls
July 22, 2014