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In 1994, the US Coast Guard stopped training its cadets in Morse code and changed the name of the rating from “radioman” to “information systems technician.” In 2010 the Coast Guard... Full story

Vessel Profile: Nicole Foss

The Nicole Foss, the third and last of the company's Arctic class tugs, was recently launched by the Foss Shipyard in Rainier, Oregon and officially joined the Foss fleet in a ceremony in Tacoma on... Full story

Vessel Profile: Dr. Hank Kaplan

Last winter, Harley Marine Services continued its relationship with Diversified Marine in Portland by ordering two more 80-foot ship-handling ASD tugs for delivery in 2017. The first, named the Dr.... Full story

BC Regional Report 2017

Freight rates took a downward turn in 2015, which caused a lot of challenges for carriers in general due to an oversupply of vessels and a weakening demand for commodities, according to Chamber of... Full story

Final Barge Launched at Zidell's Southwest Portland Shipyard

Last fall, Jay Zidell, president of Zidell Marine Corporation (ZMC), announced that the family-owned company would cease work at its SW Portland shipyard after the launch of the tank barge under...

Above Board

Liquified natural gas (LNG) and compressed natural gas (CNG) are cited as bringing potential economic benefits and reduced emissions for owners and operators of vessels that ply Canada’s Great Lakes and eastern coastal waters. According to a... Full story

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