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Spirit of Norfolk passed inspection weeks before fire, wasn’t required to have fire alarm, officials say

The Virginian-Pilot 27 Jun 2022
“We are looking at getting to sailing again as quickly as possible and are moving another one of our vessels to Norfolk to accommodate our summer bookings,” the company said, adding that “we are overwhelmed by the outpouring of support we have received from the community.”Advertisement.
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Companies look to expand their supplier networks

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 26 Jun 2022
... using what limited space was available on vessels ... The end of a two-month lockdown in Shanghai, home to the world's busiest container port, was expected to help improve congestion but the issue just moved to Europe where vessels are waiting longer to unload their cargo, he said.
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A realistic look at the future of shipping

Dawn 25 Jun 2022
In order to navigate a ship, a master and his complement of crew – limited to no more than 25 seafarers even in the largest of vessels as against 60-70 claimed in the said article – aided with sensory technology, such as sounding and radar, guide the vessel ... functional and moving.
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Coast Guard Cutter Steadfast returns home after 55-day counter narcotics patrol

The News Guard 25 Jun 2022
The crew of the Steadfast also worked with Mexican law enforcement assets on two occasions, to locate, track, and interdict fast-moving drug smuggling vessels, resulting in the seizure of 2,747 kilograms of cocaine by Mexican authorities, valued at $109 million ... Steadfast approached the vessel to investigate and determine the nature of distress.
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We're Gonna Need a Greener Boat

Time 24 Jun 2022
They also trumpet shipping’s environmental bona fides, citing statistics showing that oceangoing vessels are one of the most energy-efficient ways to move goods around the world ... Between mid-2021 and early 2022, Maersk ordered 12 new cargo vessels able to run on methanol to be delivered from Hyundai Heavy Industries in Korea in 2024 and 2025.
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Haniyeh: Hamas stands with Lebanon against Israeli maritime harassment

Press TV 24 Jun 2022
Pointing to a gas production vessel that Israel had moved into an offshore field claimed by Beirut earlier this month, the head of the Gaza-based resistance movement’s political bureau said, “Hamas stands in solidarity with Lebanon and condemns the Israeli enemy’s attempt to steal from Lebanon’s maritime resources.” ... www.presstv.ir ... ....
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Worth Watching: Daytime Emmys, Maya Rudolph in ‘Loot,’ ‘Great American Recipe,’ ‘Downton Abbey’ on Peacock

Ravalli Republic 24 Jun 2022
Francis Assisi Church can move forward judge rules ... The race to Mars heats up, as does the pace of this gripping alt-history space drama as loyalties are tested when Helios tries to poach more NASA talent for its own mission aboard the retrofitted Polaris (now Phoenix) vessel.
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Why a just energy transition requires seismic surveying

Mail Guardian South Africa 24 Jun 2022
There! I spotted a second’s-old turtle — a miniature replication of the loggerhead turtles I have come to know and love ... I was camping at Bhanga Nek, an optimistic example of community-led conservation ... Further, the requires the surveying firm to conduct low-volume blasts to give time and warning for whales to move away from the survey vessel.
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DP World honours owner of the world’s largest Dhow

Khaleejtimes 23 Jun 2022
The vessel was built with 1,700 tonnes of African ... Thanks to its twin 1,850-horsepower engines, the Obaid can move its cargo sail at up to 14 knots.
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MacArthur Lock opens to marine traffic after critical repair took longer than expected

The Sault News 23 Jun 2022
SAULT STE ... "The extended MacArthur Lock closure caused increased wait times for many vessels using the Soo Locks," said Area Engineer Kevin Sprague ... Our locks crews also worked very hard keeping vessels moving through the Poe Lock as quickly and safely as possible." ... The Sault Ste ... Facebook. Twitter. Email.
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DP World honours Majid Obaid Al Falasi for building world’s largest wooden dhow

Gulf News 23 Jun 2022
The vessel was built with 1,700 tonnes of African teak and 800 tonnes of steel, making it larger and stronger than conventional wooden dhows and capable of carrying four times more cargo. Thanks to its twin 1,850-horsepower engines, ‘The Obaid’ can move its cargo sail at up to 14 knots.
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DP World honours the owner of the world’s largest Dhow

Gulf Daily News 23 Jun 2022
The vessel was built with 1,700 tonnes of African teak and 800 tonnes of steel, making it larger and stronger than conventional wooden dhows and capable of carrying four times more cargo.  ... Thanks to its twin 1,850-horsepower engines, the Obaid can move its cargo up at 14 knots.
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If Our Politicians Could See What We See: A Pediatric Neurosurgeon on Gun Violence

Time Magazine 23 Jun 2022
I still remember those two blood vessels deep in that boy’s brain, shredded by a bullet fired into a crowded playground ... When he came in, blood was spurting out of both the entrance and the exit, up and out from those two injured deep vessels as we would come to find out directly.

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