The U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) has canceled icebreaking operations that were scheduled to take place in Saginaw Bay, beginning Saturday morning.
The icebreaking operations were originally announced Thursday in a news release.
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China has set up a 15 million yuan ($2.25 million) environmental protection fund for the South China Sea having already spent double that in the past four years,
B&G, the world’s leading sailing navigation and instrument specialist has upgraded its latest software for the full range of Zeus2 and Vulcan chartplotters.
The future of trade in Asia could depend heavily on what becomes of China’s expansive One Belt, One Road initiative, which calls for massive investment in and
MTS Statum completes marine towage of barge carrying Boeing 767 from Shannon Airport
Marine service provider Marine and Towage Services Group Ltd. (MTS) has
The newly built ferry M/V Woods Hole has been delivered to serve Woods Hole, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket.
Built by Conrad Industries of Morgan City, La.
A Naval History and Heritage Command (NHHC) historian has recently uncovered information that sheds new light on the loss of the World War II cruiser USS Indianapolis (CA 35).
Canada has launched its 2016 Arctic expedition to collect important scientific information to support the nation’s submission on the extended continental shelf in the Arctic Ocean.
Manila drops request to refer to court ruling in statement.
Southeast Asian nations overcame days of deadlock on Monday when the Philippines dropped a request
The 65-foot commercial passenger vessel Spirit of Kona ran aground on the island of Hawaii, Sunday, the U.S. Coast Guard reported.
Coast Guard Sector Honolulu
Piracy and armed robbery at sea has fallen to its lowest levels since 1995, despite a surge in kidnappings off West Africa, according to a new report from the International
Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Corporation announced that it was recently awarded four contracts with an approximate value of $93 million.
Great Lakes received two
Directors of major commercial ports in the Great Lakes region called on Congress to end years of regulatory chaos surrounding ballast water management.
In a joint letter issued late yesterday,
While U.S. ports have been busy, overall the beginning of the shipping season has been slower than anticipated.
“Although the overall cargo numbers remain down