Is House starting on path to carbon-free U.S. maritime industry?; TTB: How can Jones Act operators find financing solutions that work?

Marine Daily
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Is House starting on path to carbon-free U.S. maritime industry?

“Collectively, both the Congress and the administration need to get to work today reimagining the maritime industry of tomorrow,” says Transportation & Infrastructure Chair. Full Article

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Budleigh Salterton Lions Club donates to Exmouth RNLI

Photos :Budleigh Salterton 15 01 20 : Members of the Budleigh Salterton Lions Club present Exmouth RNLI with their cheque for £1169.59. Holding cheque, L – R. Budleigh Lions Club Activity Chair, Geoff Paver, Exmouth RNLI Fundraising Chair, Robin Humphreys and President of the Budleigh Salterton Lions Club, Peter Holmes.

Credits : John Thorogood / Exmouth RNLI

Budleigh Salterton Lions Club have donated an incredible £1169.59 to Exmouth RNLI following their collection at the Budleigh Salterton Christmas Swim last year.

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The IDEC SPORT maxi-trimaran is in China

After her recent record attempt and new reference time set between Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam) and Hong Kong, the crew of the IDEC SPORT maxi-trimaran took advantage of the festive season to get some well-deserved rest. After arriving back in Hong Kong late last week, the crew headed for Shenzhen, where the boat is currently taking part in promotional operations organised by the IDEC Group. The maxi-trimaran will be heading for Hong Kong on Thursday morning to go on stand-by for her attempt at the Tea Route record between Hong Kong and London, the fourth and final Act of the IDEC SPORT ASIAN TOUR, which may well start late this week.

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Welcome to the IBJ e-Newsletter

The IBJ e-newsletter is aimed specifically at the dry bulk cargo handling and shipping industry. It delivers regularly updated news on the bulk industry worldwide.

The newsletter includes the latest developments in bulk ports and logistics, shipping, equipment and commodities and is a must read source of news for busy executives in this important global sector.

International Bulk Journal is the magazine for the maritime bulk industry, established in 1981. IBJ’s highly experienced and skilled staff have decades of experience within the international shipping and freighting publishing business. They, along with a network of globally located freelance journalists and sales and marketing agents, create a magazine which has become essential reading in its sector.

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Maritime Partners adds two more towboats; TTB topics will include increasing diversity in the marine industry

Inland Marine News
Karl Senner
Maritime Partners adds two more towboats

Its latest vessel, christened last month, is the M/V Raymond Butler, the latest in a series of 2,600 hp. towboats on order at the John Bludworth Shipyard in Corpus Christi, Texas. Full Article

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Acting Secnav commits to 355 ship Navy, but not at $2 billion apiece; China cites two ships for IMO 2020 violations

Marine Daily
BristolHarbor
Acting Secnav commits to 355 ship Navy, but not at $2 billion apiece

Modly warns “we must consider how to shift costs away from high-end platforms to a larger number of smaller, but still highly capable ships.” Full Article

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