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Metal Shark Building Four 350-Passenger Vessels and an Additional 150-Passenger Vessel for NYC Ferry

News from gCaptain - Tue, 09/26/2017 - 09:31

Louisiana-based shipbuilder Metal Shark is once again building multiple high-speed aluminum catamaran passenger vessels for the NYC Ferry Service Operated by Hornblower. In early August, Metal Shark received orders from Hornblower for four 97’ x 28’, 350-passenger USCG Subchapter K vessels, which are a new and larger platform than the fleet of 150-passenger vessels NYC […]

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U.S. Navy Pacific Fleet Commander to Retire in Latest Fallout from Deadly Warship Collision

News from gCaptain - Tue, 09/26/2017 - 09:01

By Tim Kelly and Idrees Ali TOKYO/WASHINGTON, Sept 26 (Reuters) – U.S. Pacific Fleet commander Admiral Scott Swift said he plans to retire after being passed over for promotion to the chief of all military forces in the region in the wake of two deadly collisions involving U.S. warships. Swift was in the running to […]

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Why Consumers Pay the Price for Hurricane Fuel Shortages

News from gCaptain - Tue, 09/26/2017 - 08:29

By Devika Krishna Kumar and Libby George NEW YORK, Sept 26 (Reuters) – Just days after Hurricane Harvey smacked Texas and hobbled a quarter of U.S. refining industry, the supply networks that fuel the nation’s cars, trucks and airplanes began to fail. On paper, there was no fuel shortage. The United States had more than 200 […]

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Shop gCaptain’s New And Best Selling Shirts

News from gCaptain - Tue, 09/26/2017 - 06:20

New Arrivals Here is a selection from our collection of new products. We introduce new items every week so there is probably a lot you haven’t seen. Click HERE for a full list of our latest additions. Best Sellers Here is a selection from our list of best selling products.. Wait there’s more! Click HERE […]

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Recreation Report

Claming, Crabbing, Fishing Blog - Fri, 04/22/2011 - 17:12
Siuslaw River: Fishing above tidewater is closed and will reopen for trout season on May 28. Arizona Pond: Anglers are catching a mix of trophy and legal trout. Coos County lakes: There should be lots of trout available all spring. Angling success for warmwater species such as bass and bluegill is picking up as day [...] 0

Rain or shine

Claming, Crabbing, Fishing Blog - Fri, 04/22/2011 - 17:05
COOS BAY – Rain certainly didn’t stop some young anglers from heading to John Topits Park last Saturday. In a steady downpour, children and their parents were lining up at Middle Empire Lake for Family Fun Day – where Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife officials and volunteers were teaching young kids how to fish. [...] 0

Recreation Report

Claming, Crabbing, Fishing Blog - Sat, 04/16/2011 - 12:07
Arizona Pond: Trout fishing is good and will get better as ODFW will have stocked the lake this week. Coos County lakes: To try a new trout stocking program, Mingus Park was stocked with 9-inch rainbows this week. Butterfield, Empire and Tenmile lakes were also stocked with legal rainbows. Angling success for warmwater species is [...] 0

ODFW seeks salmon input

Claming, Crabbing, Fishing Blog - Sat, 04/16/2011 - 12:03
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife will host three public meetings in coastal communities later this month to solicit input on regulations for the fall Chinook salmon and coho seasons in Oregon bays ad coastal rivers. Meetings are scheduled in North Bend, Newport and Tillamook, and discussions will include sport and commercial Chinook seasons [...] 0

Recreation Report

Claming, Crabbing, Fishing Blog - Fri, 04/08/2011 - 17:16
Siuslaw River: The basin including Lake Creek is closed to steelhead fishing, and will reopen on May 28. Arizona Pond: Anglers are catching a mix of trophy and legal trout. Coos County lakes: There should be lots of trout available all spring, as most of the popular lakes are stocked every few weeks through early [...] 0
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