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  • National Ocean Policy Coalition
    The National Ocean Policy Coalition is a national organization focused on developing a national ocean policy that considers the following interests: energy, mining, agriculture, chemicals, construction, manufacturing, shipping, transportation, ports, commercial and recreational fishing, and boating. We seek to ensure that ocean policies will enhance the public’s ability to utilize the oceans and their critical resources in a way that provides maximum benefit to the economic and societal interests of the American people. Houston, Texas
    http://oceanpolicy.com/
    (Added: Sat Jan 11 2020)
  • National Waterways Conference
    The National Waterways Conference is the only national organization to advocate in favor of national policy and laws that recognize the vital importance of America's water resources infrastructure to our nation's well-being and quality of life. Established in 1960, NWC supports a sound balance between economic and human needs and environmental and ecological considerations. Arlington, Virginia
    https://waterways.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Nautical Institute
    The Nautical Institute is an international representative body for maritime professionals involved in the control of sea-going ships. We provide a wide range of services to enhance the professional standing and knowledge of members who are drawn from all sectors of the maritime world. London, England
    http://www.nautinst.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Notre Dame Oilfields Maritime Services, Inc.
    Duly licensed by the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration or POEA to recruit and deploy highly qualified and competent Filipino seafarers for various kinds of vessels.
    http://www.notredameshipping.com/
    (Added: Thu Oct 23 2008)
  • Offshore Marine Service Association (OMSA)
    The Offshore Marine Service Association represents more than 250 member companies, including about 100 firms that own and operate marine service vessels. These sophisticated vessels, some 1200 in number, connect America with its offshore energy resources, providing every pipe, wrench, computer, barrel of fuel, and gallon of drinking water to rigs and platforms, as well as transporting tens of thousands of workers to and from the facilities. This critical flow of supplies keeps the heart of America's energy industry pumping around the clock. Harahan, Louisiana
    https://offshoremarine.org/
    (Added: Thu Dec 09 2010)
  • Panama Ship Registry
    The Panama Ship Registry offers and seeks to continuously develop online services for the convenience and satisfaction of our clients. In 1917 the Panama Ship Registry was created with the establishment of the procedures for the nationalization of ship’s tonnage. With over a century promoting seaborne trade, Panama is currently the world largest State-owned Ship Registry with more than 8,000 vessels, summing up 217 million GT, which represents 17% of the world fleet. This responsibility also extends to over 629,000 seafarers worldwide who hold Panama competency licenses, the largest manpower ship registry globally. Furthermore, Panama has been a leader of the ship mortgage registration. The ship mortgages under the Public Registry of Panama provide confidence to banks and to the international finance community.
    https://panamashipregistry.com/
    (Added: Mon Dec 21 2020)
  • Passenger Vessel Association
    The Passenger Vessel Association (PVA) is a dynamic trade organization focused on the issues and concerns most relevant to owners and operators of passenger vessels, manufacturers of maritime-related products and services, and other service companies dedicated to achieving a common goal...working to develop a superior business environment for all. PVA is dedicated to promoting the interests and the economic well-being of U.S. passenger vessel owners and operators, while promoting safety and a secure maritime operating environment for passengers, crew and the public at-large. Alexandria, Virginia
    http://www.passengervessel.com/
    (Added: Sun Dec 12 2004)
  • Professional Mariner Online
    The Online Resource for the Maritime Industry. Professional Mariner magazine was founded in 1993 to serve owners and operators of commercial maritime vessels of all types in the U.S. and Canada. In addition to the print magazine which comes out 11 times per year, Professional Mariner publishes e-mail newsletters, this website and a digital replica of the print magazine which reaches readers around the world. Special issues called American Tugboat Review and American Ship Review cover shipbuilding while regular issues cover training and licensing, maritime casualties, technology, engineering and regulatory trends and issues. Head offices are in Portland, Maine, with key colleagues located across the U.S.
    http://www.professionalmariner.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Pushboat.com
    Pushboat.com is a new web site for the inland and coastal marine transportation industry.
    http://pushboat.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Romanov Crewing Agency
    The qualified Ukrainian crew wishes to work on your ships... We are Romanov Maritime AG. We work in the sphere of manning. We can provide you with qualified seafarers of all ranks, as well as with staff for cruise liners.
    http://www.romanov-crewing.com
    (Added: Tue May 16 2006)
  • Sailors' Union of the Pacific
    The origins of the Sailors' Union of the Pacific go back to March 6, 1885, when the Coast Seamen's Union was organized on the San Francisco waterfront by a group of three hundred sailors dissatisfied by the wages and conditions aboard ship that existed at that time. In 1886, the Steamship Sailors' Union was organized and in 1891 merged with the Coast Seamen's Union to form the Sailors' Union of the Pacific. The reasons for that merger are clearly stated in the preamble to the SUP Constitution: "...having been organized separately... and having thoroughly learned the value of organization, and further, that two organizations of the same craft are not for the best interests of men working at the said craft, we have determined to form one Union...". The Sailors' Union of the Pacific has been in continuous operation, through good times and bad, for over 121 years-an achievement unequaled by any maritime union in the world. The SUP is a union of unlicensed sailors that work in the deck, engine, and steward's departments in U.S.-flag vessels under contract to the Union. The SUP also has collective bargaining agreements with U.S.-flag companies where licensed personnel are also represented. SUP Headquarters in San Francisco, California
    https://www.sailors.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Sailors’ Society
    We're proud to be one of the largest and most comprehensive seafarers' support charities in the world. We all rely on seafarers; seafarers rely on us. Founded more than 200 years ago in 1818, we are a Christian charity dedicated to caring for merchant seafarers: the 1.6 million men and women who keep the world’s economy moving. We reach out to them where they work, on board the huge variety of cargo and cruise ships in many of the world’s key ports, and to their families and communities at home. Our chaplains and volunteers help hundreds of thousands of seafarers each year. We extend a hand of friendship, hospitality and pastoral care to everyone we meet, and offer practical help, like phone cards to connect with loved ones at home, the latest newsprint in many languages and access to Wi-Fi hotspots. We provide a wide spectrum of services – from chaplaincy and spiritual guidance to welfare support, access to education and financial help for those in desperate need. Southampton, Hampshire, England, UK
    https://sailors-society.org/
    (Added: Mon Dec 30 2019)
  • Seafarers International Union
    The Seafarers International Union, Atlantic, Gulf, Lakes and Inland Waters, AFL-CIO, represents professional United States merchant mariners sailing aboard U.S.-flag vessels in the deep sea, Great Lakes and inland trades. SIU members sail in the three shipboard departments: deck, engine and steward. They work aboard a wide variety of vessels, including commercial containerships and tankers, military support ships, tugboats and barges, passenger ships, gaming vessels and many more. Camp Springs, Maryland
    https://www.seafarers.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • SeaPages
    The Martime and Nautical Trade and Information Center for Ship Operators and Vessel Suppliers
    http://www.seapages.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Seaspan
    Seaspan is an association of Canadian companies primarily involved in coastal and deepsea transportation, bunkering, ship repair and shipbuilding services in Western North America. In addition to the marine transportation services offered directly through Seaspan, commercial ferry, shipyard and bunkering services are provided via affiliate companies: Marine Petrobulk, Seaspan Ferries, Vancouver Drydock, Vancouver Shipyards and Victoria Shipyards. North Vancouver, BC, Canada
    http://www.seaspan.com/
    (Added: Tue Jan 07 2014)
  • Seatrade Maritime
    Shipping, Maritime and Offshore Marine News. Seatrade, an integral portfolio within UBM provides a range of global exhibitions, conference, events, awards, news websites and publications that covers every aspect of the cruise and maritime industries. Founded in 1970, Seatrade connects people and creates opportunities for companies to develop new business, meet customers, launch new products, promote brands and expand markets. The Seatrade portfolio is headquartered in Colchester, England, UK, and globally represented across 23 countries from the UAE and Asia to South America and across Europe.
    http://www.seatrade-maritime.com/
    (Added: Sat Jan 06 2018)
  • Ship Operations Cooperative Program
    SOCP is a non-profit organization of maritime industry professionals to promote beneficial innovations in ship and other maritime operations through the identification, development, and application of new methods, tools, and technologies. SOCP's overall objective is to improve the safety, productivity, efficiency, security, and environmental performance of U.S. vessel operations. Any organization with U.S. interests that support vessel operations is eligible to participate in the cooperative program. Woodinville, Washington
    http://www.socp.us/
    (Added: Sat Jan 11 2020)
  • Ship Suppliers Catalogue
    Directory of services and suppliers to merchant marine vessels.
    http://www.seavendors.com
    (Added: Thu Feb 27 2014)
  • Ship Technology
    The Website for the Cruise & Ship Industry. Directory of Products and Services.
    http://www.ship-technology.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • ship-search.com
    Ship chartering, S & P and cargo fixtures on-line and for FREE - shipping on line - ship chartering, sale, purchase and cargo for container, cable, cruise, fishing, offshore, survey, passenger, dredger, sailing, salvage, tanker, tug, warship industries.
    http://www.ship-search.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Shipbuilders Council of America
    SCA is the national trade association representing U.S. shipbuilders, ship repairers and the shipyard supplier base in Washington, D.C. SCA's team of issue and industry experts advocate on behalf of the industry before the Congress and the Executive Branch, as well as provide SCA members with in-depth analysis on regulations, legislation and budgets impacting the domestic shipbuilding and ship repair industry.
    https://shipbuilders.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Shipping Federation of Canada
    The Shipping Federation of Canada, incorporated by an Act of Parliament in 1903, is the association that represents and promotes the interests of the owners, operators and agents of ships involved in Canada's world trade. The Federation's member companies are involved in all sectors of the shipping industry, including dry bulk, liquid bulk, container and cruise. The Federation's key activities are to provide advocacy for the ocean shipping industry; offer operational support to its membership; disseminate information to members, governments and the general public; and provide training to members and other industry stakeholders. The Federation's overall objective is to work towards a safe, efficient, competitive, environmentally sustainable and quality-oriented marine transportation system. Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    http://www.shipfed.ca/
    (Added: Thu Jan 14 2016)
  • Ships Nostalgia
    Welcome to Ships Nostalgia, the world's greatest online community for people worldwide with an interest in ships and shipping. Whether you are crew, ex-crew, ship enthusiasts or cruisers, this is the forum for you.
    http://www.shipsnostalgia.com/
    (Added: Sat Dec 31 2016)
  • ShipServ
    World Leading Marine Marketplace for the Shipping Industry. ShipServ helps marine and offshore buyers to find the best suppliers easily, trade efficiently and build trusted relationships. Our products and services bring buyers and suppliers together online, in print, on ship and in person. London, UK
    http://www.shipserv.com/
    (Added: Fri Nov 22 2013)
  • ShipSpotting.com
    Ship Photos and Ship Tracker. The Best Ship Information, Ship Photos and Shipping News!
    http://www.shipspotting.com/
    (Added: Thu Dec 15 2011)
  • Shipyards
    Maritime News, Maritime Directories, Marine Education, Marine Industry and more.
    http://www.shipyards.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • The Motorship
    The Motorship is a leading information source for senior marine engineers. The editorial content examines the technical aspects of ship operations and shipbuilding including machinery and propulsion systems. Since 1920, it has been a respected channel of business information which our clients have trusted to deliver their marketing message. It provides readers with authoritative editorial prepared by writers who are experts in their field in an easy to use layout. Fareham, Hampshire, England, UK
    https://www.motorship.com/
    (Added: Sat Jan 06 2018)
  • The Waterways Journal
    The Waterways Journal is the news journal of record for the towing and barge industry on the inland waterways of the United States, chiefly the watershed of the Mississippi River and its tributaries and the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway. Our customers are the barge companies, ports, terminals, fleets, shipyards, refuelers, shippers, suppliers and marine contractors that form the inland waterways transportation industry. Our audience operates over 25,000 barges and over 3,500 towboats and tugs. Known as "The Riverman's Bible," the periodical has published continuously from St. Louis, Missouri, since 1887. It is the only American maritime publication that focuses exclusively on the inland waterways, and one of the few remaining family-owned, advertiser-supported trade weeklies of any description. St. Louis, Missouri
    http://www.waterwaysjournal.net/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • TradeWinds
    In-depth reporting of the shipping industry.
    http://www.tradewinds.no/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • TradeWinds Towing LLC
    TradeWinds Towing LLC operates tugboats in coastwise and ocean towing. Most of our projects are within the Gulf of Mexico, U.S. East Coast, Caribbean and Central America. The brother and sister team of Dominique and Rachel Smith bring a collective thirty-six years experience in the industry managing ocean tug and barge fleets, harbor tugs, liner services and salvage operations. Saint Augustine, Florida
    http://www.tradewindstowing.com/
    (Added: Tue Nov 19 2013)
  • Transportation Institute
    Transportation Institute closely monitors the workings and decisions of the US Congress and the wide range of administrative agencies of the federal and state governments as they affect waterborne transportation. The Institute staff conducts research and study projects on all maritime-related issues and testifies at congressional and government agency hearings and inquiries which affect marine transportation. Liaison is maintained with all congressional offices and those of the executive branch of government when maritime issues are under consideration. Transportation Institute issues a number of publications and other materials designed to inform the public, the Congress, and the government of important merchant marine matters. Transportation Institute plays a prominent role in national forums, seminars, and public policy meetings where questions of maritime policy are under debate. Camp Springs, Maryland
    https://transportationinstitute.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • tshipping.com
    shipping portal covering the drybulk, tanker and gas shipping markets, with a mixture of shipping news, market information, key applications and analysis of the markets.
    http://www.tshipping.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • United States Great Lakes Shipping Association
    The USGLSA is an association of vessel agents. What is a vessel agent? An agent represents a vessel's Owner or Operator at each U.S. port-of-call and takes care of the needs of that vessel and its crew while there. Commonly, the vessel has just sailed from a foreign port and has numerous governmental regulatory requirements which must be met. The agent has a working knowledge of each requirement and stays current as they change - which they often do! A vessel agent can help with any vessel operation and need - whether commercial or private, international or domestic - while in the port(s) they cover. In fact, the vessel agent is the best first call if there are questions about a particular port, terminal, or operation.
    http://www.usglsa.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 14 2016)
  • United States Maritime Resource Center
    An independent, nonprofit marine operations and maritime risk research center and training institution focused on: Navigation and operational safety, Maritime risk mitigation, Human capital development, Raising awareness of international shipping maritime trade and transport, Contributing to environmental stewardship. Middletown, Rhode Island
    https://www.usmrc.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • United States Merchant Marine Academy
    United States Merchant Marine Academy is a federal service academy that educates and graduates licensed Merchant Marine officers of exemplary character who serve America’s marine transportation and defense needs in peace and war. With 95 percent of the world's products transported over water, these leaders are vital to the effective operation of our merchant fleet for both commercial and military transport during war and peace. Academy graduates abide by the motto "Acta Non Verba" - deeds not words, and are leaders that exemplify the concept of service above self. Kings Point, New York
    https://www.usmma.edu/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • US Code Title 46
    Shipping. Information from the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University
    http://www4.law.cornell.edu/uscode/46/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • USA Maritime
    The United States relies on its maritime industry for both military and economic security. For more than 200 years, the US-flagged merchant marine has contributed substantially to U.S. economic vitality and independence, and helped to underpin America’s position as a global power and the world’s biggest aid donor. A strong merchant marine also generates thousands of American jobs and millions of dollars in economic output at home. It is in the national interest of the United States that the government continues to enact, fund, and defend programs that promote the sustainability of this fundamental industry. USA Maritime is a coalition of carriers and maritime unions committed to promoting and protecting the U.S. Maritime Industry. The Coalition and its members work together to educate policy makers, the media and the public about issues impacting the U.S. flag merchant marine and maritime industry.
    http://usamaritime.org/
    (Added: Sat Jan 11 2020)
  • USCG Marine Safety Center
    The Marine Safety Center (MSC) supports the people and objectives of the Marine Safety, Security, and Environmental Protection programs through the verification of compliance with technical standards for the design, construction, alteration and repair of commercial vessels. The MSC is an independent Headquarters command that was established in 1986 by consolidating the Coast Guard Merchant Marine Technical offices located in New York, New Orleans, Cleveland and San Francisco. The MSC's primary mission is the review and approval of plans for the design, construction, alteration and repair of U.S. and foreign flag commercial vessels subject to the U.S. laws, regulations and international standards.
    https://www.dco.uscg.mil/Our-Organization/Assistant-Commandant-for-Prevention-Policy-CG-5P/Commercial-Regulations-standards-CG-5PS/Marine-Safety-Center-MSC/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Vane Brothers Company
    The Vane Brothers Company has served the maritime industry in the Port of Baltimore and the U.S. Eastern Seaboard for more than 100 years. Today, we are comprised of five divisions operating out of the ports of New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Norfolk, and Charleston. Vane Brothers has a fleet of 30 tugs and 45 barges ready to meet the ever-changing challenges of the maritime industry. Baltimore, Maryland
    http://www.vanebrothers.com/
    (Added: Tue Feb 05 2013)
  • Vessel Finder
    VesselFinder is a FREE AIS vessel tracking web site. VesselFinder displays real time ship positions and marine traffic detected by global AIS network. Vessel Finder offers latest maritime news including news for accidents and piracy used by many seafarers in avoiding collisions and potential injuries. It also provides daily news about new built vessels, cruises, travel and finance conditions in the maritime business. Founded as a vessel tracking service provider in 2011, VesselFinder Ltd. is committed to providing the very highest standards of AIS-related services. We are dedicated in providing real-time data on the positions and movements of over 100,000 vessels every day, utilising a large network of terrestrial AIS receivers all over the world. Increasing the range of offered services over the years, VesselFinder has evolved into an international digital brand and become the premier source of vessel tracking solutions and news covering the world maritime industry.
    https://www.vesselfinder.com/
    (Added: Thu Nov 01 2012)
  • West Coast Tug & Barge
    The West Coast Tug & Barge team is educated in business and communications and experienced in moving freight, logs and vessels along the BC coast from Vancouver to Prince Rupert and the Queen Charlotte Islands. Because of our extensive experience we can take on the majority of all marine transportation projects on the west coast of British Columbia, Canada.
    http://www.westcoasttug.ca/
    (Added: Wed Nov 25 2009)
  • Western Maritime Inc.
    Western Maritime, Inc. is a monthly publication dedicated to the Commercial Marine Industry - Tugs, Fishing Vessels, Barges, Auctions, Deck Machinery, Industrial Equipment, Marine Surplus, Processing Equipment, Professional Services, Shipyard Sales and Se
    http://www.westernmaritime.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • WorkBoat Online
    Magazine dedicated to the work boat industry. WorkBoat.com is a free online resource for commercial marine professionals, providing its members access to the latest news and information about the industry in a single place. The site includes articles on topics including inland waterways, harbors and ports, security, vessel construction, legislation, and offshore and passenger vessel operations. WorkBoat.com also contains business resources, blogs by industry leaders, discussion forums on the industry's hot-button issues, and current and archived articles from WorkBoat magazine. Relevant commercial marine media- from photos and video to podcasts and audio- provide members additional perspective on the industry.
    http://www.workboat.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • World Maritime News
    The industry's seaborne news provider. World Maritime News delivers expert coverage of the industry sectors that matter most to you and your business. This includes news and updates on markets, projects, vessels, equipment, research, shipyards, shipping companies and the authorities dominating these markets. From breaking news, technological advances to shipping activities, World Maritime News experienced and well-respected team of editors, columnists and correspondents will keep you well informed.
    http://worldmaritimenews.com/
    (Added: Wed Jan 21 2015)
  • World Ship Society
    The Society for anyone interested in ships or shipping, whether it be as a hobby or as a serious researcher. Interested in Shipping Company histories? Check out our "WSS Books Available" section. Interested in the naval side of shipping? Check out our NAVAL AFFAIRS sections. The World Ship Society is about Research and enjoyment by enthusiasts of ships and shipping company history.
    http://www.worldshipsociety.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • World Shipping Directory
    The complete Database on World Shipping Industry. It contains thousands of service providers indexed by Category and Country with complete company information
    http://www.ship.gr/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • World War II US Navy Armed Guard and US Merchant Marine
    This web site is intended to document history and memories of the World War II Navy Armed Guard and Merchant Marine. The U.S. Navy Armed Guard was a service branch of the United States Navy that was responsible for defending U.S. and Allied merchant ships from attack by enemy aircraft, submarines and surface ships during World War II. The men of the Armed Guard served primarily as gunners, signal men and radio operators on cargo ships, tankers, troop ships and other merchant vessels. The merchant marine is collectively those non-naval ships that carry cargo or passengers or provide maritime services, and the civilian crewmen and officers who sail those ships.
    http://www.armed-guard.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
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