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Articles from the November 1, 2017 edition

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New Fast Crabber

Velocity Marine and Fabrication, in Bow, Washington, has delivered a 27-foot by 10-foot aluminum crab boat to Sequim, Washington-based fisherman Andy Cordeiro. The new boat is powered by a single... Full story


Not Healthy Fish

On August 26th, 50,000 pounds of spilled Atlantic salmon from a failed Cooke Aquaculture net pen were collected by the Lummi Nation in northern Puget Sound and were delivered to Home Port Seafoods in... Full story


Oil Spilled at Valdez Marine Terminal

A faulty check valve at Alyeska Pipeline Service Co.'s Valdez Marine Terminal is believed to be the culprit in a crude oil spill at Valdez, Alaska, on Sept 21, which has proven larger than... Full story


Game Changer: Punitive Damages for Unseaworthiness

On March 9, 2017, in a stunning legal decision, the Washington State Supreme Court held that injured seamen are entitled to punitive damages as a result of the vessel’s unseaworthiness. As far as legal bombs being dropped on vessel owners, this... Full story


Fake Fish

The collapse of a Cooke Aquaculture net pen in Puget Sound in late August released hundreds of thousands of farmed Atlantic salmon into the Salish Sea at the peak of wild salmon migration. To add... Full story


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