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 By Peter Marsh    Features    June 1, 2016

Columbia Gateway: Yes to Bulk, No to Energy

The last year has been a challenging one for the ports of the Columbia/Snake River system. Ship calls were at a long-term low of 1,488, although some ports reported the year was a good one for... Full story

 
 By Peter Marsh    Features    May 1, 2016

Propulsion Options for Better Steering and Fuel Efficiency

The last year has seen continued development of propulsion systems to meet the needs of operators of specialized vessels like harbor and escort tugs, ferries and fireboats. These range from... Full story

 

Coastal Transportation Sets a New STANDARD

After more than 30 years of weekly liner service to Western Alaska with a fleet of five or six small fish tender vessels specifically designed for service between Seattle and the ports of Western... Full story

 

Fremont Tug Marks 100 Years Service on Lake Union

1915 was a big year on Lake Union. The Lake Washington Ship Canal and the Hiram Chittenden Locks were about to connect the lakes and North Seattle with Puget Sound and the Pacific Ocean. Activity on... Full story

 

Next Tug for Tidewater: Granite Point

Tidewater Transportation and Terminals' series of three new towboats is continuing on schedule with the launch on September 18 of the second of the class, the Granite Point, at the Vigor shipyard in... Full story

 
 By Peter Marsh    Features    August 1, 2015

Knutson Towboat: 100 Years Strong

This year marks the centenary of Knutson Towboat Company of Coos Bay, Oregon, founded by Norwegian immigrant Louis Knutson in 1915. He moved west in 1908 when many Scandinavians left the upper... Full story

 
 By Peter Marsh    Features    July 1, 2015

Shaver Transportation: From Sternwheels to Stern Drives on the Columbia River

Shaver Transportation of Portland, Oregon has been a fixture on the Columbia River since 1880 when George Washington Shaver progressed from supplying wood to fuel steamboats to operating his first... Full story

 
 By Peter Marsh    Features    June 1, 2015

Michele Foss: Foss Maritime's First Arctic Class Tug

The Michele Foss, the first of three 132-foot tugs being built at the Foss Rainier, Oregon Shipyard, was christened in April at the Foss Waterway Seaport in Tacoma, Washington. This new vessel is the... Full story

 
 By Peter Marsh    Features    June 1, 2015

M/V Samish: Washington's Second Olympic Class Ferry

The commissioning of the M/V Samish in the Washington State Ferries (WSF) fleet marks another milestone in the agency's plan to replace the three vessels in the 310-foot Evergreen State-class, built... Full story

 
 By Peter Marsh    Features    June 1, 2015

Crown Point: A New Quiet Tug for Tidewater

It's been more than 30 years since Tidewater Transportation of Vancouver, Washington has built a new tug, so there was a vast amount of new technology to consider for their new class of three... Full story

 
 By Peter Marsh    Features    May 1, 2015

New Puget Island Ferry

Washington State Ferries is well known as the fourth biggest ferry service in the world, but there are several small county-run ferries in the state that provide a vital transportation link and also... Full story

 
 By Peter Marsh    Features    April 1, 2015

JT Marine Delivers A Third Hyak Tug

Eighteen months after delivering the first 120-foot ocean-going tug to Hyak Maritime in August 2013, the JT Marine shipyard in Vancouver, Washington handed over the third vessel in this series, the... Full story

 
 By Peter Marsh    Features    March 1, 2014

New Business for London Gateway's Giant Cranes

The maritime industry in London is closely following the development of the container port of DP World London Gateway, and its strategy to attract traffic from Britain's biggest port Felixstowe, only... Full story

 

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