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Articles from the February 1, 2016 edition

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Welders Needed

In late December, Seattle’s Vigor Industrial received a notice to proceed from Washington State Ferries for a fourth 144-car Olympic class ferry, with work slated to begin this month. The ferry is... Full story


Coastal Transportation

In a modern shipping industry that relies heavily on moving cargo via container ships, Coastal Transportation, Inc. has carved out its own niche as a unique freighter service. For 32 years, the... 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

 By Jim Shaw    Features    February 1, 2016

Icebreakers – Expanding the World's Fleet

The US needs new icebreakers but they may be a long time in coming. Although President Obama proposed speeding the acquisition and building of new Coast Guard icebreakers during a visit to Alaska... Full story


The Coast Guard Advances its Arctic Readiness in 2015, but Challenges Remain

In 2015, as the United States assumed its two-year chairmanship of the Arctic Council, the high-level intergovernmental forum for the region, the US Coast Guard planned and executed a number of... Full story


Above Board

In early January, BIMCO released a 32-page document entitled The Guidelines On Cyber Security Onboard Ships , to be used as a complementary guide to existing International Safety Management (ISM) Code and the International Ship and Port Facility... Full story


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