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The tanker Conti Agulhas approaches the Arthur Ravenel Jr. bridge upon arrival in Charleston, S.C., on Sept. 15. Kirk Moore photo.
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A map of routes for New York's Citywide Ferry Service. NYC Economic Development Corp.
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Autopilot display. Furuno USA.
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The famous warning to British rail travelers can apply to U.S. mariners who must catch up on training. Wikimedia Commons
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Emergency beach replenishment by the Corps of Engineers rebuilt beaches after hurricane Sandy in 2012. Corps of Engineers photo
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A containership passes a dredge in the Arthur Kill channel between Staten Island and New Jersey. Corps of Engineers photo
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A boarding team from the Coast Guard cutter Stratton on a drug smuggling semisubmersible intercepted in the eastern Pacific in August 2015. Coast Guard photo.
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A screenshot from a video produced by contractors testing shallow-draft boats for the Coast Guard.
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Responders stand on the hull of the capsized tugboat Wan Shenzhou 67. Xinhua News Agency photo.
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