Pacific Maritime Magazine - Marine Business for the Operations Sector

Articles from the June 1, 2015 edition

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Rainbow Warrior

As the Port of Seattle struggles to fulfill its mission to serve the taxpayers of King County by promoting maritime commerce, the Mayor of Seattle is fighting to prohibit maritime commerce at the...

 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...

 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...

 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...

 By Jim Shaw    Features    June 1, 2015

Regional Report: The Columbia Gateway

The Columbia River System has seen two major events take place over the past few months, the inauguration of the nation's largest floating drydock at the Portland Shipyard and the loss of virtually al...


Above Board

The marine propulsion market is expected to grow substantially as demand for financially-sound and dependable engines increases. Grand View Research, a US-based forecaster, estimates expenditures will top $10.95 billion by 2020. Deadly Disasters and...


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