Pacific Maritime Magazine Online News for November 24, 2015


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The Trade with Hawaii: Growth Marked by New Vessels Entering Hawaii Service

10 commercial ports that make up the Hawaii harbor system may never be ready to challenge the major ports on the Mainland as far as traffic volumes go, but they aren’t exactly sitting idly by these days.

Over the past year, there has been growth in the region and some significant events that have taken place have, to an extent, reshaped a sizable portion of the maritime industry landscape…MORE

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

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Story1BC Ferries Receives Vessel from Seaspan

By Mark Edward Nero

BC Ferries, the contract service provider responsible for ferry service along coastal British Columbia, has officially taken ownership of a new cable ferry, the Baynes Sound Connector. (Read full article)

Story2SAFE Boats Awarded Interceptor Vessel Contract

By Mark Edward Nero

Bremerton, Washington-based high performance aluminum boat builder SAFE Boats International has been selected by the Colombian Navy/Coast Guard to build its new Type-F Riverine Interceptor Vessel. (Read full article)

Story3Moose Boats Delivers Police Catamaran
By Mark Edward Nero

Moose Boats, a vessel designer and manufacturer based in the San Francisco Bay Area, has delivered a M2-35 catamaran patrol boat to the Placer County Sheriff’s Office in Carnelian Bay, Calif. (Read full article)

Story4POLB Modifying Storage Fee Policy
By Mark Edward Nero

The Port of Long Beach revealed Nov. 20 that in order to increase the speed of cargo moving out of its terminals, it is considering reducing the amount of time import containers can be stored for free on the docks. (Read full article)

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