Pacific Maritime Magazine - Marine Business for the Operations Sector

Articles from the December 1, 2012 edition

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California’s Southernmost Port, San Diego Turns 50

A sometimes overlooked aspect of the Port of San Diego is also one of the reasons it has been able to sustain itself: the San Diego Bay is somewhat more diverse in usage and operation than that of... Full story


Changing Requirements Keep Training Facilities Busy

West Coast mariner training facilities continue to keep pace with ever-changing industry requirements for present and future mariners. The California Maritime Academy’s Steve Kreta, Associate Vice... Full story


'Tis the Season

Every month in this space we publish an editorial on something of importance to the West Coast maritime industry. Sometimes the column is easy to write; other times it’s particularly difficult.... Full story


Rolls-Royce to Develop New Gas Powered Ferry Design

Italian company Lauro Shipping has signed a teaming agreement with Rolls-Royce to design new gas powered ferries based on the company’s Environship concept. The agreement marks the first time a... Full story


Sandy’s Wrath

Hurricane Sandy swept up through the Caribbean and along the east coast of North America in late October, causing a large amount of damage and taking a number lives, among them two of the crew of the... Full story


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