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Articles from the March 1, 2013 edition

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 By Marilyn Raia    Features    March 1, 2013

A Vessel Defined

Everyone in the maritime industry knows what a vessel is. Or, maybe not. Recently, the United States Supreme Court provided some guidance on what is a vessel and what is not a vessel. The Statutory... Full story


Maritime Resilience in the Pacific Northwest

When President Barack Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper signed the Beyond the Border Initiative in February of 2011, it established a cross-border partnership focused on perimeter... Full story


Piracy & Maritime Terrorism: A 35 Year Retrospective

Captain Graham began giving weekend seminars for the California Maritime Academy’s Continuing Education Department to those interested in the maritime matters in 1975, while on leave from the Navy to attend law school. The most popular topic over... Full story


Panama Canal Expansion

Expansion of the Panama Canal by the dredging of new channels and the construction of new locks is moving forward, with the project now considered over 50 percent complete. Panama Canal Administrator... Full story


Derelict Vessels Cause Problems

Derelict vessels continue to be a problem along the West Coast, with Washington State listing 230 alone in its waters. One of these, the former Dutch coaster Helena Star ex-Fraternite sank at its... Full story


The State of the State

A collection of maritime leaders gathered in Sacramento, California late last month for the 13th Annual California Maritime Leadership Symposium (CMLS). Developed as a way to brief Sacramento’s policymakers on key matters related to the entire... Full story


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