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Horizon Lines (HRZL) this week announced that it has entered into definitive agreements for a series of transactions that will result in the sale of the entire company, the first being the sale of its Hawaii business to The Pasha Group, followed by Horizon Lines, Inc.'s subsequent acquisition by Matson (MATX).
George Washington Strike Group works operates alongside their Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force counterparts during a bilateral field training exercise, Keen Sword, Nov. 11.
The Navy has awarded Willard Marine a contract for a new generation of 11-m RIBs for standard ship’s boat operations.
On Nov. 10, the cruise ship Nautica Queen was hauled out using the 770-ton capacity Marine Travelift at Great Lakes Shipyard.
The crew of the Gulfport, Miss.-based Coast Guard cutter Razorbill won the Admiral's Cup trophy during the 2014 Patrol Boat Round-up held last week.
Last month, Vigor welcomed over a thousand employees, customers and their familie to christen Vigorous, Vigor’s new 960' drydock.
Jensen Maritime and Vigor will unveil the design for a new 352' catcher processor/factory trawler at the Pacific Marine Expo on Nov. 19.
Crowley Maritime Corporation’s petroleum services group announced yesterday that it has sold two Jones Act tankers, the Pennsylvania and Florida, to Kinder Morgan Energy Partners (NYSE: KMP).
Coast Guard crews escorted the USS. Harry S. Truman Monday through the southern branch of the Elizabeth River in Portsmouth, Va.
Houston-based Hercules Offshore (NYSE: HERO) will cut 324 jobs related to the anticipated closure of four rigs in the Gulf of Mexico, according to the the Houston Business Journal.
Reporting marine casualties
In 2012, the Hearing Office received 24 cases alleging violations of the requirements to report marine casualties. In 2013, they received 30 cases.
Author: Sound Off
November 25, 2014
Mariners, be thankful
U.S. mariners have a lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving.
Author: Capt. Peter Squicciarini
November 25, 2014
All aboard a hybrid ferry
When I bought a train ticket recently from Hamburg, Germany, to Copenhagen, Denmark, little did I know that I was in for a ride on an award-winning hybrid ferry.
Author: Kathy Bergren Smith
November 20, 2014