Pacific Maritime Magazine - Marine Business for the Operations Sector

Articles from the September 1, 2015 edition

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Zone Violations

Here are some ways you can help the Coast Guard do their job: Run safety drills. Keep your equipment maintained and your charts up to date. If you have small watercraft like canoes, kayaks or surfboar... Full story

 

OOPS!

How hard can it be to pull a floating object on water with a powered boat? Many towing companies have learned the hard way that it is not as easy as it might appear. A Towing Company’s Liability... Full story

 
 By Jim Shaw    Features    September 1, 2015

Offshore and Coastal Towing

The towing industry has been playing second fiddle to the ship assist and escort sectors for many years as new propulsion technologies have been introduced to the latter, including azimuthing and... Full story

 

Totem Ocean: Built for Alaska

On September 10, 1975, the S/S Great Land completed Totem Ocean's inaugural voyage across the Gulf of Alaska, establishing a new, critical link between the ports of Tacoma and Anchorage. This year,... Full story

 

Puget Sound Regional Report

From Eastern Washington grain and produce to Aerospace, oil and containerized cargo, Puget Sound ports serve much of the West Coast and much of the inland west. Although each port has its niche... Full story

 

Above Board

According to Douglas-Westwood energy consultants, the FLNG (Floating Liquefied Natural Gas facility) market is expected to grow to $58.3 billion in capital investments throughout the next seven years. Liquefaction infrastructure is projected to make... Full story

 

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