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Jean Anne – Putting eNav to the Test

The system is so good, it's easy to become over-reliant, to get focused on the screen. You need to match what you see outside the window with what you see on the screen." Captain Greg Johnson, the...


eNav 2013: Big Data Dead Ahead for the Bridge

A tsunami of data is headed straight for the bridge of every commercial vessel above 500 GT around the world – and the deadline is looming to figure out how to deal with that data overload in a way...


Navigating legal waters of salvaging more treacherous than actual salvaging

The West Coast diving and salvage business has changed a lot since Mick Leitz was in charge of salvaging the Exxon Valdez. Mick is still in business with Portland's Fred Devine Diving and Salvage...

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Towing Industry Changes Since OPA90

The 1989 grounding of the Exxon Valdez and the spill of more than 11 million gallons of crude oil into Alaska's Prince William Sound was an environmental disaster – and perhaps one of the best thing...


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