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The new tugs are built to Subchapter M ocean standards to support dredging and construction project along the Gulf Coast and Atlantic seaboard. Weeks Marine photo
Weeks Marine takes delivery of two new modified lugger tugs
The Offshore Marine Service Association (OMSA) has announced the launch of the Jones Act Enforcer, a first of its kind vessel that will be used to gather video and photographic evidence of Jones Act violations. OMSA photo
OMSA launches vessel to document Jones Act violations
An MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter aircrew from Coast Guard Air Station Elizabeth City conducted a medevac approximately 223 miles southeast of Cape Hatteras, N.C., on July 19, 2021. U.S. Coast Guard courtesy video
Coast Guard conducts medevac southeast of Cape Hatteras
U.S. Great Lakes ports and the St. Lawrence Seaway are reporting a surge in cargo shipments to feed domestic construction and manufacturing activity and global export demand, according to the latest June figures. Chamber of Marine Commerce photo
U.S. Great Lakes-Seaway shipping bounces back with big cargo increases in June
Barges navigate the Mississippi River near Edgard, La. USACE photo.
National Waterways Conference to hold annual meeting
The Stretch Duck 7, a modified WWII DUKW amphibious passenger vessel, shown on July 25, 2018, after it was recovered from Table Rock Lake near Branson, Mo., following its sinking on July 19, 2018. NTSB Photo by Brian Young
Missouri files charges against three duck boat employees
Dale K. DuPont
The containership MOL Benefactor was the first post-Panamax ship to transit the widened Panama Canal and call at New York, Savannah, Ga., and Norfolk, Va. Georgia Port Authority/ Stephen B. Morton photo.
DOT to award $905 million for 24 infrastructure projects
A tug passes before docked cruise ships on Puget Sound's Elliott Bay. Creative Commons photo by Chuck Taylor.
Canada to restart cruise ship season in November
Pictured, left to right, at Conrad's Steel Cutting Ceremony for the two Multi Cats the shipyard is building for Great Lakes Dredge & Dock are Dan Conrad, Conrad's Senior Vice President; Dan Gaiennie, GLDD's Director of Engineering — Newbuilds; Brad Breaux, Conrad's Program Manager; Vidar Lindmoen, GLDD's Newbuild Project/Program Director; David Johanson, GLDD's Senior Vice President, Project and Area Operations, Gulf of Mexico; Col. Stephen Murphy, Commander, Corps of Engineers, New Orleans District; Brett Wolbrink, Conrad's Chief Operating Officer; Francisco Bermudez, GLDD's Program Manager; and Mark Wingate, Corps of Engineers' Deputy District Engineer for Project Management. Conrad and Damen photo
Conrad hosts ceremony for new Great Lakes Dredge vessels
A floating wind turbine under tow to the experimental Hywind site off Scotland. Statoil photo.
NOAA grants $155,000 to examine floating offshore wind and fishing
A Simrad navigational display. Simrad photo.
Brunswick moves forward with its new business strategy
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