Pacific Maritime Magazine - Marine Business for the Operations Sector

No Coal for You

In the January print edition we discuss the rejection of two shoreline permits by a Washington State hearing examiner for the construction of a $680 million coal terminal. Cowlitz County hearing examiner, Mark Scheibmeir, said he rejected the... Full story

New Vessel Review

The last year has seen NW builders completing an outstanding number of vessels that represent the leading edge of nautical engineering. From two of the first Tier 4 tugs in the nation to... Full story

New Landing Craft Serving San Juan Islands

Latitude Marine Services of La Connor, Washington has delivered the 86-foot by 25-foot landing craft Nordland II to San Juan Ferry & Barge for operation within the San Juan Islands. The new... Full story

Electric Ferries Making Headway

Hybrid and all-electric ferries are continuing to make headway in Europe where Finland's first all-electric ferry, the 321.5-foot Elektra, has been placed in service on the 15-minute run between... Full story

The Gap Grows Larger

When I first became involved in LNG as a marine fuel in 2012, my strong belief was that LNG would grow to occupy a large segment of the marine fuels market and the United States would become the... Full story

A Seaman's Release of Claims: Is It Enforceable?

The signing of a release is an integral part of the settlement of a claim for personal injuries. In exchange for the settlement funds, the injured party releases the responsible party from any further liability arising out of the injuries. This... Full story

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