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ABS to Class First Ever Jones Act Wind Turbine Installation Vessel

The Maritime Executive 24 Feb 2021
regulations combined with offshore industry leadership means we are uniquely equipped to support this project and a range of other innovative vessels now being commissioned for U.S ... ABS has also issued AIPs for two Jones Act SOVs to Vard and for a series of other wind support vessels from European designers.
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U.S. raps China on activities near Senkakus, says it supports Japan

Kyodo 24 Feb 2021
Defense Department on Tuesday criticized Beijing's assertive activities in waters near the Japanese-controlled, Chinese-claimed Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea, while expressing "support" for Japan on the issue ... China coast guard vessels repeatedly enter Japan waters near Senkakus.
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PAK's ally Turkey to help build vessels for India; move raises suspicions [details]

International Business Times 24 Feb 2021
In a surprising move, a Turkish shipbuilding firm will be assisting the Hindustan Shipyard Limited (HSL) with the transfer of technology to build five mammoth naval support vessels ... The first fleet support vessel (FSV) is scheduled to be delivered by HSL to the navy within four ...
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YATCO Experiences Exponential Growth in Q4 2020

The Record 24 Feb 2021
Including over $30 billion in yachts for sale, YATCO supports thousands of yachting professionals worldwide and facilitates over $5 billion a year in sold vessel transactions through YATCO BOSS, while serving the yachting community with accuracy, reliability, and state-of-the-art technology.
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Pam Stuppy: Toss in some seeds for healthy eating

Fosters 24 Feb 2021
These foods support better operation of your brain and body, and can potentially reduce the risk of a number of health concerns ... All omega three’s support the integrity of blood vessel walls, are anti-inflammatory, and can assist with lowering elevated blood lipids.
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The Coalition for the Energy of the Future makes headway

Splash24/7 24 Feb 2021
Shipping’s biggest names are joining many different future fuel associations ... The backers are also working on developing carbon neutral liquefied natural gas, something that will be keenly supported by CMA CGM, one of shipping’s biggest adherents of LNG-powered vessels today ... Jean-Brice Dumont, executive vice president engineering, Airbus, commented.
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OneOcean Goes the Distance for Seafarers

The Maritime Executive 24 Feb 2021
OneOcean, the world’s largest provider of voyage solutions for the maritime industry, is proud to have taken part in a recent Heroes at Sea fundraising initiative ... The Mission to Seafarers was set up to provide practical and emotional support for vessel crews the world over, and its services have never been more valuable than at present.
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Port Call Optimization: Two Sides of the Same Coin

The Maritime Executive 24 Feb 2021
This, in turn, affects the opportunities to harvest data now coming out of smart containers - something that could only help ports to shorten container dwell time in terminals and support vessel planners in adjusting their stowage plans ... (2021), Decision support for port visits, in M.
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Turkey to help build naval vessels at Vizag shipyard

Hindustan Times 23 Feb 2021
Visakhapatnam-based Hindustan Shipyard Limited (HSL) is expecting an order from the Indian Navy by the year-end for building five mammoth naval support vessels with transfer of technology from a Turkish shipbuilding firm, people familiar with the development said on Monday.
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ISOA Signs Neptune Declaration

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide 23 Feb 2021
All stakeholders in the offshore energy sector are urged to play their ...
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Pentagon spending may escape deep budget cuts, new SASC chairman Reed says

Stars and Stripes 23 Feb 2021
and Northrop Grumman Corp., all rely on subcontractors around the country, creating a broad base of support ... "To move legislation out of the committee, you're going to have to have Republican support as well as Democratic support, and I think you'll find that there are some on both sides who would like to see arbitrary cuts," Reed said.

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