Pacific Maritime Magazine - Marine Business for the Operations Sector

Articles from the May 1, 2013 edition

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 By Scott Fenical    Features    May 1, 2013

Cruise Ship Surge Study

Port Canaveral’s central location on Florida’s Atlantic coast offers access to major markets for products such as petroleum, cement, citrus fruit and juices, gypsum board and newsprint, as well as... Full story

 By Jim Shaw    Features    May 1, 2013

Propulsion: Is LNG the Future?

The move toward using liquid natural gas (LNG) as a marine fuel is continuing to gain momentum as new environmental regulations are enacted and bunkering facilities are expanded. According to a... Full story

 By Marilyn Raia    Features    May 1, 2013

Not So Fast

The propulsion issue of this magazine is a good place to examine the law pertaining to vessel speed. A vessel’s speed may be governed by federal, state and/or local law depending on where the... Full story


Great Land for Scrap

Totem Ocean Trailer Express’ 1975-built trailership Great Land left the coast in March under tow of Weeks Marine’s similar-vintage tug Alexandria to the scrapyards of Brownsville, Texas and... Full story


Vado a Bordo

Get on board. These are the words Francesco Schettino heard as he stood on the jetty in the small town of Giglio and watched as his ship sank 500 yards away. Last month an Italian Court began considering whether Francesco Schettino, captain of the... Full story


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