Pacific Maritime Magazine - Marine Business for the Operations Sector

Articles from the February 1, 2014 edition

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Ice Strength

Early last month the news media were widely reporting the Russian research cruise vessel carrying 74 scientists, tourists and crew, that became lodged in the ice off the coast of Antarctica on Christmas Eve. On January 2n d, the vessel’s... Full story


Vessel and Navigational Safety

In association with industry safety regulations, maritime transportation companies are working hard to cultivate company-wide safety cultures. No longer are captains alone responsible for safety on... Full story

 By Jim Shaw    Features    February 1, 2014

LNG Propulsion Moves Forward

The recent announcement by Crowley Maritime that it has ordered two LNG-powered con/ro ships from Mississippi-based VT Halter Marine for Puerto Rico service has helped move the United States to the... Full story


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... Full story


Nome Advocates for Deep Water Port Expansion

Nome, Alaska, site of the legendary 19th century gold rush, is today's destination for the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, but local officials see their city port playing a significant new role in... Full story


Above Board

Heavy investments in Britain’s North Sea oil and gas industry continue amid worries that recent output declines have slowed the flow of economic stability and growth. Citing high project costs as a key factor despite high spending last year,... Full story


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