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The first of three new sightseeing vessels for Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises. Gladding-Hearn photo
Circle Line has new sightseeing boat from Gladding-Hearn
A New York Water Taxi ferry crossing the East River between Brooklyn and lower Manhattan. Kirk Moore photo.
New York ferry ridership up in 2016
Statoil's experimental Hywind floating turbine under tow. Statoil photo.
Energy companies bet long on offshore wind
The proposed New York offshore wind energy area (dark orange triangle) and the mid-Atlantic scallop fishing grounds. National Marine Fisheries Service.
Commercial fishermen ask court to block NY offshore wind energy lease
NY Waterway ferries at the company's Port Imperial terminal at Weehawken, N.J. Kirk Moore photo.
NY Waterway makes Billybey buyback
Hull No. 2 for Citywide Ferry under construction at Metal Shark Boats in Franklin, La. Kirk Moore photo.
Building ferries on the bayou
NEW YORK - Coast Guard Cutter Sailfish helps set up a tow with The Manhattan, a ferry with 100 people aboard that became disabled in New York Harbor on Nov. 22, 2016. The Sailfish is homeported in Bayonne, New Jersey. (U.S. Coast Guard Photo by Petty Off.
Coast Guard tows disabled ferry in New York Harbor
McAllister Towing chairman Capt. Brian A. McAllister. Photo courtesy SUNY Maritime College.
SUNY Maritime to honor Brian McAllister
First of eight new 85' aluminum ferries for New York at Metal Shark's Franklin, La. shipyard.
Metal Shark announces expansion plans
The first New York high-speed ferry under construction at Horizon Shipbuilding. Ken Hocke photo
New York ferries taking shape down south
A shipboard shore power connection. Port of Seattle photo.
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