Pacific Maritime Magazine - Marine Business for the Operations Sector

Articles from the August 1, 2013 edition

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M/V Hawaii: Teaching Old Tugs a New Trick

In late June, a new 120-foot by 35-foot ocean-going tugboat was christened by June Nakachi, the new vessel’s sponsor, at the JT Marine Shipyard in Vancouver, Washington. The M/V Hawaii was built as...

 By Jim Shaw    Features    August 1, 2013

Southern Promise

The past year has seen yards along the Gulf Coast gain a substantial number of new contracts relating to expanding activity in the offshore sector, particularly deepwater work. At the same time there...


Al Larson Boat Shop: 110 Years and Going Strong

If longevity is the strongest measure of success for a business, then Al Larson Boat Shop is easily one of the most successful maritime businesses ever to operate in Southern California. The marine re...


Congressional Representation

Washington State’s Junior Senator, Maria Cantwell (D) has perked up the ears of the maritime community with recent comments about the Jones Act. At a hearing of the Energy and Natural Resources Committee on July 16th, the senator called for greater...


Picking Up the Pieces

The salvage industry has always had its challenges, but salvaging vessels today is getting even more complex due to the sheer size of container and cruise ships, especially. While keeping crew and pas...


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