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Ballast Water Exchange Is Problematic

A new invasive species study by the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC) discovered one of the main tactics ships use for stopping invasive species—ballast water exchange—isn’t working nearly as well as managers hoped. 108 more words

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Come Ye Out

I recall a song from my preteen years: ‘Come ye out now from amongst them, come ye out and be ye separate, says the Lord and touch nothing unclean, come ye out*’ 293 more words

Itse

Cutty Sark, Greenwich, London SE10

London, UK, images; museums and galleries, historic vessels – South East London

The Cutty Sark, a 19th century tea clipper – the only intact vessel of its kind – is now a popular visitor attraction. 21 more words

Great Britain

Marine R&D Centre for Remote Control & Autonomous Ships and AI

Rolls-Royce will open its Marine R&D Centre for Remote Control & Autonomous Ships and Artificial Intelligence in Turku, Finland, this year.

Rolls-Royce’s partners are the Technical Research Centre of Finland (VTT) and Tampere University of Technology (TUT), together with numerous SMEs and start-ups specializing in novel technologies. 62 more words

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Thought Provoking Thursday- His Vessel

Sometimes I wonder, “How in the world can the Father use me?” I am so flawed and have so many failures. I think to myself there is no way He can use me for His glory. 325 more words

Life

Patrol Vessel RSS Independence 'retired' after about 20 years of service in Singapore Navy

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

SINGAPORE – For about two decades, the RSS Independence – one of the first warships wholly designed and built in Singapore – patrolled the country’s waters, escorted other ships, and kept a lookout for potential threats. 356 more words

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