Pacific Maritime Magazine News Online for March 24, 2015

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 Bridge Construction Support in Seattle

By Chris Philips, Managing Editor

Since 1976, Westar Marine Services has been providing marine services to the San Francisco Bay Area and over the course of the last 39 years the company has expanded into other services and markets, including a move to Seattle in 2012.

In the Bay Area, prior to expanding to Seattle, the company operated 16 tugs, 5 water taxis and 19 barges. Westar’s Port Captain Dan DeForge was one of the lead Tug Captains on the new Bay Bridge project… MORE

Tuesday, March 24, 2015


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Story1Judge to Review Seattle Terminal Litigation

By Mark Edward Nero

A Superior Court judge on March 20 agreed to hear a case brought by environmental groups that are challenging a recently signed contract enabling Foss Maritime to lease terminal land at the Port of Seattle.  (Read full article)

Story2Longshore Worker Killed in Anchorage

By Mark Edward Nero

A longshoreman working to load military equipment into rail cars from a Totem Ocean Trailer Express (TOTE) ship was killed after being accidentally pinned between two pieces of military equipment, the Port of Anchorage has revealed.  (Read full article)

Story3Harley Marine Adding 2 Tugs to Fleet

By Mark Edward Nero

Seattle-based Harley Marine Services said March 20 that it has received delivery of one new ship-handling vessel and is expected to add another to its fleet in the coming months. (Read full article)

Story4Olympia Port Commissioner Resigns

By Mark Edward Nero

Port of Olympia Commission Vice President Sue Gunn is leaving the board at the end of the month due to health reasons. (Read full article)

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