By Capt. Matthew Bonvento DECEMBER 24, 2017—As a seafarer, I have suffered my share of bumps and bruises, torn ligaments, cut, scrapes, and many other manner of ailments. I am more fortunate
AUGUST 2, 2017—The South Street Seaport Museum in downtown Manhattan plays a vital role in showcasing New York City’s maritime heritage. The museum accomplishes this not only through its special exhibitions, educational programs
APRIL 22, 2015—May Ship Repair Contracting Corporation, Staten Island, NY, has started the construction of a new double hull 82 ft x 32 ft mini tanker that would be used for bunkering
DECEMBER 18, 2012—The U.S. Coast Guard continues to respond to a fuel spill from a barge on the Kill van Kull Waterway at May’s Ship Repair Inc. near Mariner’s Harbor, Staten Island,
NOVEMBER 25, 2012—Staten Island, one of New York’s boroughs hardest hit by Hurricane Sandy, will get a new temporary ferry service starting Nov. 26. The new service will be operated by New
OCTOBER 31, 2012—In the wake of the devastating impact of Hurricane Sandy, Staten Island Ferry service remains suspended until further notice, according to a tweet by New York City Department of Transportation.