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Is the maritime sector lagging in the digital era?

New technologies could lead to remotely operated vessels with no crew on the bridge.Coming to a shipping lane near you: remotely or autonomously controlled ships. Imagine an oil tanker controlled by a deck officer sitting in an air-conditioned office in London, Singapore or New York — or by automated navigation and anti-collision shipboard technology. If you can’t imagine it, why not? asks Rear Adm. Nick Lambert, a master mariner, Royal Navy officer and the U.K.’s former national hydrographer.



Search for schooner Niña continues with private effort

Months after its disappearance in May on a stormy Tasman Sea, the 84-year-old schooner Niña and its crew of seven remained the focus of an exhaustive, privately funded search by 13,000 volunteers who have pored over 2 million satellite images for some trace of the fabled 50-foot ocean racer.



Seamanship Quiz - February 2014

Test your knowledge with these Coast Guard license exam prep questions from the National Captain’s Institute



Baja, Pro-Line launch new models

Baja Marine made a big splash at the fall boat shows with its new outboard-powered 26-foot sportboat — the first non-sterndrive model in the brand’s history.



Winter work

The crew of the Coast Guard cutter Biscayne Bay gets a wide-angle view of the lower St. Mary’s River, which connects Lake Superior to Lake Huron, while conducting ice-breaking operations.

February 2014 issue


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