Pacific Maritime Magazine - Marine Business for the Operations Sector

Dream the Impossible

In June, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia reaffirmed their pledge to make the twin ports of the San Pedro Bay “global models for cleaner air, sustainability and... Full story

Bay Delta Builds "Multi-Purpose" ASD Tug for Foss

The Pacific Northwest has been at the forefront of North American tug design since the 1980's, and has brought many innovations to both ship-handling and long-haul tugs. Over the years, a handful of... Full story

Oil Spill Response Equipment

Preparing for marine oil spill emergencies along BC's coastline has had more exposure in recent months due to anticipated projects such as the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline and the recent... Full story

Dangerous Derelicts

Old boats and ships neglected by their owners along the Pacific Coast have caused a considerable number of problems over the years and they don't seem to be going away. There are currently only a... Full story

Harley Marine Services, Inc. 30th Anniversary

In 1987, Harley Marine Services, Inc. (HMS) Founder and CEO Harley Franco had a vision that is still true today: to become the safest, most efficient, and most environmentally-responsible marine... Full story

Above Board

The IMO recently released a new video on search and rescue operations in polar waters. This follows on the heels of a video created on the IMO Polar Code, published in May 2017. Concerns have been raised that there isn’t enough marine...

A Mutual Fault Collision – Who Pays What?

After reading a news story about two ships that collided miles off the Japanese coast with significant damage and loss of life, my brother wrote to me: “How the hell do two ships collide at sea?” ... Full story

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