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May 9, 2018

 

Workboats

Tidewater Attains First Sub M COI on the West Coast

Back row (l-r): Chris Springer, District 13 USCG; Bill Collins, Tidewater EHS&S Director; Josh Jarman, Tidewater Quality & Compliance Manager; Marc Schwartz, Tidewater Maintenance & Engineering Manager; Craig Nelson, Tidewater Vessel Operations Manager; Bruce Reed, Tidewater VP & COO; Josh Nichols, Tidewater Captain & Assistant Port Captain. Front row (l-r): Austin Murai, MSTC USCG; Brian Fletcher, Tidewater Port Captain; Jeff Deronde, MST1 USCG (Photo: Tidewater)

Tidewater Transportation and Terminals of Vancouver, Wash., announced today that the Office of

River Cleanup Towboat Modifications Completed

The shortened M/V River Cleanup after the modification work (Photo: TSGI)

Environmental nonprofit organization Living Lands & Waters (LL&W) recently had its 38’ towboat

Four Escort Tugs Delivered to Star Marine

(Photo: Robert Allan Ltd.)

Four new escort tugs designed by Robert Allan Ltd. and constructed at the Triyards SSY facility in

Coastal/Inland

Tidewater Attains First Sub M COI on the West Coast

Tidewater Transportation and Terminals of Vancouver, Wash., announced today that the Office of Commercial Vessel Compliance and the Coast Guard Sector Columbia River has issued a

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Finferries, Rolls-Royce to Advance Autonomous Navigation

(Photo: Rolls-Royce)

Finnish shipowner Finferries has partnered with Rolls-Royce in an effort to advance technologies

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