Is seamanship extinct? Or has it evolved?
The chameleons of the sea
Reefers bring perishable cargoes to the masses
The ubiquitous animal wrongly known as the jellyfish
Cruise interests in Sunshine State petition to cut pilotage charges for cruise vessels. The impact to other stakeholders, if the petition is upheld, is unknown. The move, if approved, has national implications.
The federal plan to economically strangle the seceding states by means of a naval blockade
The first US ship to be torpedoed during World War I
A Bill Introduced by Blake Farenthold (R - TX) to amend the Immigration and Nationality Act to extend the period of time for which a conditional permit to land temporarily may be granted to an alien crewman. But, even if passed, the passage of this bill does little until U.S. ports and immigration personnel ease the restrictions on even a few hours of crew liberty.
The first assembly line vessels
An early icebreaker with a venerable career
European Shipowners Pursue Softening of the Jones Act
Manifestations of our iron-cored planet