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Still held in India, Seaman Guard 35 could face new trial

OCTOBER 13, 2014 — Although, back in July, the Madras High Court yesterday quashed the criminal case against all 35 crew members and security guards of the Seaman Guard Ohio (see earlier story), the London headquartered Mission to Seafarers said...

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OCTOBER 13, 2014 — Although, back in July, the Madras High Court yesterday quashed the criminal case against all 35 crew members and security guards of the Seaman Guard Ohio (see earlier story), the London…
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OCTOBER 7, 2014—The first commercial vessel in North America to be powered by triple Volvo Penta IPS drives was christened today in Charleston, SC. A new offshore emergency response craft, the Fort Ripley is a…
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SEPTEMBER 23, 2014 — The Australian Transport Safety Board has issued its final report on the October 29, 2013 grounding of the Universal Shipping general cargo ship Bosphorus at Lytton Rocks Reach in the Brisbane…
SEPTEMBER 23, 2014 — The U.S. will today become the twentieth nation to join the Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia (ReCAAP). Established in 2006, ReCAAP's mission is…
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SEPTEMBER 1, 2014 — Maritime e-learning specialist Videotel Marine International, part of KVH Industries, Inc., has launched an updated five-part series: Fire Fighting At Sea. Made with support and expertise from marine fire specialists and…
AUGUST 19, 2014—The White House confirmed yesterday that the specially outfitted U.S. Ready Reserve Force vessel M/V Cape Ray (T-AKR 9679) destroyed the "most lethal declared chemical weapons possessed by the Syrian regime"at sea during…
AUGUST 18, 2014—One crew member is dead, following a fire in the engine room of a 485 ft Bahamian flag chemical tanker, according to a report by the U.S. Coast Guard. The Coast Guard sent…
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