Pacific Maritime Magazine Online for September 19, 2018

    SUBSCRIBE TO THE PRINT EDITION           INSIDE PACIFIC MARITIME MAGAZINE      Jetsam   By Chris Philips, Managing Editor     What’s long and thin, made of plastic, often brightly colored, floats in the Pacific and is the bane of humanity? If you said kayaktivists, you’d be right, but that’s […]

Pacific Maritime Magazine Online for August 28, 2018

    SUBSCRIBE TO THE PRINT EDITION           INSIDE PACIFIC MARITIME MAGAZINE      Emitters   By Chris Philips,  Managing Editor     As the joke goes, cattle roam in herds, a group of geese is a gaggle, and a collection of hybrid cars is a smug. Spend any time on Interstate […]

Pacific Maritime Magazine Online for August 7, 2018

    FORWARD  SIGN UP TO RECEIVE PMM ONLINE       SUBSCRIBE TO THE PRINT EDITION           INSIDE PACIFIC MARITIME MAGAZINE      Emitters   By Chris Philips,  Managing Editor     As the joke goes, cattle roam in herds, a group of geese is a gaggle, and a collection of hybrid […]

Pacific Maritime Magazine Online for July 31, 2018

  FORWARD  SIGN UP TO RECEIVE PMM ONLINE SUBSCRIBE TO THE PRINT EDITION     INSIDE PACIFIC MARITIME MAGAZINE      Emitters By Chris Philips,  Managing Editor     As the joke goes, cattle roam in herds, a group of geese is a gaggle, and a collection of hybrid cars is a smug. Spend any time on […]

Pacific Maritime Magazine Online for June 26, 2018

    FORWARD  SIGN UP TO RECEIVE PMM ONLINE SUBSCRIBE TO THE PRINT EDITION     INSIDE PACIFIC MARITIME MAGAZINE      Safe Spaces By Chris Philips, Managing Editor     In 1911, the Washington State Port District Act authorized voters to create public port districts that could acquire, construct, and operate waterways, docks, wharves, and other […]

PMM Online News for Tuesday, April 17, 2018

            INSIDE PACIFIC MARITIME MAGAZINE     Meaningful Tax Reform   By Chris Philips, Managing Editor     Acding to the Washington Public Ports Association, as many as half of US-bound containers coming into Canada’s West Coast ports could revert to using US West Coast ports if importers were not required to […]