Pacific Maritime Magazine Online News for January 29, 2016


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New Vessel and Tugboat Review

This year’s selection of new vessels for West Coast work runs the gamut from big steel ships to small aluminum boats, but all are crucial to the continued success of the West Coast maritime industry and the yards that build and service these new vessels.
In May, the 692-foot by 106-footMarjorie C made waves as she began her maiden voyage for Pasha Hawaii from the Port of San Diego, California to Honolulu, Hawaii…MORE
Friday, January 29, 2016

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Story1Jensen to Design Cruise Ships
By Mark Edward Nero

Jensen Maritime, Crowley Maritime’s Seattle-based architecture and marine engineering company, has been selected to provide detailed design and production engineering services for two 100 passenger, US-flagged, coastal cruise ships, Crowley said Jan. 26.(Read full article)

Story2Washington’s Oldest Ferry Decommissioned
By Mark Edward Nero

The oldest ferry in Washington, the M/V Evergreen State, which was built in 1954, is set to sail into history. The vessel has been decommissioned and is being put up for sale, the state Dept. of Transportation has said.(Read full article)

Story3Willard Marine Delivers Rescue Boat
By Mark Edward Nero

Anaheim-based Willard Marine said Jan. 26 that it has delivered a SOLAS 670 rescue boat to the U.S. Army to serve aboard the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers dredge McFarland in Philadelphia. (Read full article)

Story4New Committee for the Port of Seattle
By Mark Edward Nero

On Jan. 26, the Port of Seattle Commission voted to establish its Energy and Sustainability Policy Committee, a group that would develop and propose new environmental initiatives across the organization. (Read full article)

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