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Each year the August edition of Marine News magazine, the leading voice in the North American workboat market, features the very best 100 leaders and innovators, including workboat owners and operators, builders, OEMs and repairers, and product and service providers.

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Jun 13, 2018

 

Workboats

Horizon Maritime Adds Tidewater OSV to Its Fleet

Tidewater Enabler (Photo: Horizon Maritime)

As momentum continues to slowly ramp up in the offshore sector, Horizon Maritime said it has grown

ESVAGT Orders Two SOVs from Havyard

ESVAGT to provide two Service Operation Vessels, in the new 831L design for MHI Vestas. Photo: ESVAGT

Danish shipowner ESVAGT and offshore wind farm developer MHI Vestas have sealed long-term

C&C Marine Delivers Towboat to Marquette

m/v Jerry Jarrett (Photo: C&C Marine and Repair)

Belle Chasse, La. based shipbuilder C&C Marine and Repair has delivered the third vessel in a

Coastal/Inland

Odfjell Finalizes Sale of Rotterdam Tank Terminal

(Photo: Odfjell)

Norwegian shipping and tank terminal company Odfjell SE announced on Thursday that it has

In Florence’s Wake, Flooding Still a Big Concern in the Carolinas

Coast Guard crews discuss tactics prior to conducting rescue operations in response to Hurricane Florence in North Carolina, Sunday, Sept. 16, 2018. The Coast Guard is working with state and local agencies throughout the affected region. Image: USCG)

Flooding is expected to worsen in the coming days as the Coast Guard continues its relief efforts.

Answering the Call for Environmental Answers

The RDC project team poses on USCGC Hollyhock after completion of the offshore mitigation system prototype test.  From left to right, LT Charles Clark, Alexander Balsley, and Coast Guard Academy Cadet 2/c Valerie Hines.)

The Coast Guard has developed two separate mitigation system prototypes specifically designed for

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