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Robosys and Landau are collaborating to deliver maritime autonomy solutions. Robosys photo.
Robosys, Landau Marine collaborate to deliver maritime autonomy
Master Boat Builders, Coden, Ala. was one of the two shipyards awarded construction contracts by Gulf LNG Tugs. Doug Stewart photo.
Gulf LNG Tugs awards contracts for four more Z-Tech tugboats
Offshore platforms. BOEM photo.
BOEM to publish updated Gulf lease sale notice tomorrow
While underway, Thetis seized approximately $70 million worth of illegal narcotics over the course of two counterdrug operations. U.S. Coast Guard photo
US Coast Guard cutter nabs $70 million in illegal drugs
SeaRobotics' SR surveyor class ASVs. SeaRobotics image.
SeaRobotics awarded ISO 9001:2015 certification
Shipyard workers are hard to come by for many shipyards. Doug Stewart photo
Workforce shortages plague Gulf Coast shipyards
The acquisition brings together two of the biggest winch manufacturers in the marine industry. JonRie InterTech photo from its web site
Markey Machine acquires JonRie InterTech
Alaska is receiving $286 million in federal funding to upgrade its ferries and ferry infrastructure. Alaska Marine Highway System photo
Government funding drives ferry projects
Capt. Arnie Hammerman
Chief warrant officer Aaron Studie boards a vessel during an inspection in the mid-Atlantic region. Coast Guard photo.
STCW assessments performed by assessors who are not Coast Guard approved
U.S. Coast Guard
The E-Fireball works on types A, B, and C fires, activating when exposed to flames. The extingusher weighs 2.86 pounds, and its polystyrene shell contains a dry chemical that is both non-toxic and eco-friendly. Robin Coles photo.
Fire safety and wind turbines
Another New Jersey survey shows sharp plunge in support for offshore wind
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