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Vineyard Wind developers plan to use the 14-megawatt GE Haliade X turbine for their project 15 miles south of Martha's Vineyard, Mass. GE image.
BOEM completes Vineyard Wind environmental review
Image courtesy of Martin Vorel
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WorkBoat, producers of WorkBoat Magazine, WorkBoat.com and the International WorkBoat Show, has announced the launch of WorkBoat + Wind, a new quarterly digital publication, and a new strategic partnership with the Business Network for Offshore Wind (BNOW).
WorkBoat launches new wind focused digital publication
The Bureau of Offshore Energy Management's supplemental environmental impact statement for the Vineyard Wind project considered a proposal for four nautical-mile-wide vessel transit lanes. BOEM image.
BOEM resumes final environmental review for Vineyard Wind
Freighters at the Soo Locks, which connect Lake Superior and the other Great Lakes. USACE photo.
Senate reintroduces Great Lakes icebreaking bill
Hornblower Niagara Cruises' Niagara Wonder. Hornblower photo
Hornblower acquires shore excursions company
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Four Fairbanks Morse 6L48/60CR engines making their way from Beloit, Wis., to San Diego. Fairbanks Morse photo
Fairbanks Morse delivers four new engines to the Navy
A tug passes before docked cruise ships on Puget Sound's Elliott Bay. Creative Commons photo by Chuck Taylor.
Exemption sought to Passenger Vessel Services Act
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Chart 18665 of Lake Tahoe is the first traditional paper chart to be fully supplanted by an electronic navigational chart as part of NOAA’s Office of Coast Survey Raster Sunset Plan. NOAA image
NOAA begins transition to electronic navigation charts
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