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Global piracy has tumbled to its lowest level in more than 20 years, but security experts warn that threats still exist and could greatly intensify if complacency takes hold. In its June/July issue, Professional Mariner takes a look at why piracy is down but not out. On the Panama Canal, the use of tugboats instead of locomotive "mules" on the new set of locks has come with challenges and controversy. Find out how tug captains and crews are adjusting. Ever wonder what it's like to ride a tow through a set of locks? We give readers a seat on the towboat Elizabeth M. Robinson as it navigates Louisiana's Port Allen Route with a pair of tank barges. Our latest issue also takes a look at a proposal that could bring tolls back to the U.S. portion of the St. Lawrence Seaway; TOTE Maritime's conversion of two Jones Act cargo ships to run on LNG; and a move by the U.S. Coast Guard to raise the damage threshold for reporting marine casualties.

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