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‘We felt so betrayed’: Indigenous tribe reels after exclusion from US marine sanctuary

The Observer 01 Oct 2023
The reason, Noaa told the Guardian, is because a marine sanctuary is not compatible with offshore wind – and Morro Bay is set to be the hub of the country’s biggest offshore wind development project ... She’s hitching a ride with the 16-strong international Greenpeace crew ... to protect the ocean from offshore wind, oil drilling and deep sea mining.
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Carpenter: Jones Act, offshore wind opportunity for Mass.

Boston Herald 30 Sep 2023
flagged offshore wind fleet underscores that America is on the verge of something historic. the dawn of the American offshore wind industry, and with it a generational opportunity for clean energy and American jobs, built on an American supply chain that benefits workers ... offshore wind production a reality in Massachusetts and elsewhere.
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Caught off the Brunswick coast, this 'pudding' blue fish is a record-breaker

StarNews Online 29 Sep 2023
Connor Stone didn’t know what to think when he reeled in a bright blue sea creature while fishing off the Brunswick County coast in July ... Stone landed the catch while bottom-fishing offshore with his boss, Bob Mace, and a crew from Urban Coast Electric. Mace had taken the crew out on his boat, a 1998 Carolina Classic named “Wire Nuts and Fish Guts.”.
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The first LNG bunkering facility to be available in US Gulf from 2026

SAFETY4SEA 29 Sep 2023
... with a fleet of more than 40 vessels, and Americraft Marine, which owns and operates a Jones Act Shipyard in Palatka, Florida that constructs crew transfer vessels to service the growing offshore-wind industry and traditional inland-marine assets such as tugboats and barges.
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Tidewater Engages Caterpillar for Global Fleet Management

The Maritime Executive 25 Sep 2023
Tidewater’s diverse fleet of over 200 OSVs, including platform supply vessels, anchor handler towing supply vessels, offshore tugs, and crew boats, will benefit from having a dedicated Caterpillar fleet manager to identify the most effective, efficient maintenance intervals for improved service planning and quick parts availability.
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Glamox Contract to Light Havfram Wind’s Wind Turbine Installation Vessels

The Maritime Executive 19 Sep 2023
Glamox, one of the world’s leading lighting companies, has won a major contract from Yantai CIMC Raffles Offshore Limited, of China, to light Havfram Wind’s two new Wind Turbine Installation Vessels (WTIV) ... “For successful offshore operations, you need lighting that you can depend on.
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Guest Opinion: What happens when renewable energy isn’t so cheap? by Matthew Yglesias

The Keene Sentinel 16 Sep 2023
That’s why it’s particularly bad news that the price of solar, and especially offshore wind projects, is now going up rather than down ... The Jones Act, which requires the use of U.S.-flagged and U.S.-crewed ships for most of this work, is making offshore projects more expensive than they need to be.
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Coast Guard rescues tanker crew member off Texas

SAFETY4SEA 14 Sep 2023
Coast Guard rescued a tanker crew member from the water 10 miles offshore Galveston, Texas ... from personnel aboard the tanker vessel Ghibli, stating that a crew member had fallen overboard and was not wearing a life jacket.
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Wipro Partners with All-Female Sailing Crew Aiming to Break the Record for the Fastest Circumnavigation ...

The Joplin Globe 14 Sep 2023
The Famous Project crew is led by celebrated offshore skipper, Alexia Barrier (FRA) who, in her 20-year career, has sailed the equivalent of 10 laps around the planet, completing the iconic solo, non-stop Vendée Globe in 2021 and racing across the Atlantic no less than 18 times.
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More expensive renewable energy is still worth doing, by Matthew Yglesias

Atlantic City 14 Sep 2023
That’s why it’s particularly bad news that the price of solar, and especially offshore wind projects, is now going up rather than down ... The Jones Act, which requires the use of U.S.-flagged and U.S.-crewed ships for most of this work, is making offshore projects more expensive than they need to be.
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Coast Guard searching for missing Lake Michigan fisherman

Grand Haven Tribune 14 Sep 2023
This boat and its owner were reported missing Tuesday in Lake Michigan ... USCG photo. HOLLAND — The U.S ... The Coast Guard said Split is known to fish near the mouth of the Grand River and slightly offshore. A helicopter crew from the Coast Guard Air Station Traverse City located the missing fishing boat unoccupied Wednesday afternoon, WZZM-TV reported ... .
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Windea Offshore forms wind autonomous surveying partnership

Splash24/7 13 Sep 2023
German offshore wind service provider Windea Offshore has teamed up with marine data acquisition specialist Subsea Europe Services to provide hydrographic survey and underwater inspection technology to the European sector.
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Cruise ship that charges $33,000 per person is stuck in Greenland’s Arctic

The Press Enterprise 13 Sep 2023
“The crew and passengers are in a difficult situation, but given the circumstances, the atmosphere on the ship is good and everyone on board is doing well,” the Joint Arctic Command said in its statement, citing reports from the Sirius troops ... The passengers and crew on board ...
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Pa. man drowns while vacationing at Hilton Head Island: reports

Penn Live 13 Sep 2023
The man was found about 300 yards from where he was last seen and 50 yards offshore. He was pulled to shore and CPR was performed, but the emergency crew’s efforts were unsuccessful ... READ MORE. Central Pa ... state police ... ....
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ZEVI funding SEA-KIT to design a hydrogen-fuelled USV

SAFETY4SEA 13 Sep 2023
Engineering design and sustainability specialists, Marine Zero, will support Marine2o with regulatory compliance and the design and integration of the dispensing facility ... SEA-KIT’s remotely operated USVs, many of which are operational on offshore projects around the world, improve safety by having crew located onshore in Remote Operations Centres.

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