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Hundreds of vessel operators worldwide will install emission scrubbers prior to January 2020, when the global 0.5 percent sulfur fuel cap takes effect. Industry analysts say the use of these systems, however, can create environmental problems and pose other potential risks. In its February issue, Professional Mariner examines the concerns and how they could affect shipping. In shipbuilding, we look back on 40 years of innovation in the development of pilot boats and where it has led, anchored by the evolution of the deep-V hull from Ray Hunt Design and longtime partner Gladding-Hearn. The February issue also brings coverage of key funding for inland waterways via the Water Resources Development Act of 2018; the appointment of former SeaRiver CEO Jack Buono as new master at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy; and the fate of the century-old Urger, the Erie Canal’s teaching tugboat, whose future is in jeopardy due to new safety standards. Plus full maritime casualty news from the U.S. and Canada.

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