Pacific Maritime Magazine - Marine Business for the Operations Sector

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LNG and Alternative Fuels: June 23, 2020, Seattle, WA

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Maritime Economic Impact Study

With the recent revelation that the federal government has been falsifying employment numbers for political gain, it becomes even more incumbent on the private sector to provide a dose of reality. Fortunately, reliable data on Washington State’s ma...


Workforce Development

Flagship Maritime, located in Tacoma, Washington, has been run by Captain Skip Anderson and his wife, Jan, a marine photographer, for the past seven years. Captain Anderson's experience includes a...


Navigating legal waters of salvaging more treacherous than actual salvaging

The West Coast diving and salvage business has changed a lot since Mick Leitz was in charge of salvaging the Exxon Valdez. Mick is still in business with Portland's Fred Devine Diving and Salvage...


LNG-powered Ships and Fire Protection: An Industry Q&A

The heat is on for the industry to upgrade marine vessel fleets from traditional fuels to liquefied natural gas (LNG). While there is a lot of talk about this switch, there are still many questions...


M/V Simone Brusco

Last month, Brusco Tug & Barge took delivery of their third Robert Allan-designed ship assist tug, the 78-foot by 31-foot Simone Brusco. The new vessel is a continuation of a line of ship assist...


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