Addressing the Jones Act is just one aspect of an increasingly complicated boatbuilding environment. Stovepiped, poorly conceived regulations is another.
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The American Salvage Association’s Jon Waldron provides the ultimate cabotage primer.
There always seems to be constant chatter about waiving the Jones Act. In reality,
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