The Alaska Maritime Education Consortium is partnering with Yamaha Motor Company to enrich maritime career training.
The harbor tug named Dr Hank Kaplan is the first built in North America with Caterpillar integrated propulsion systems.
Two maritime support companies in Dutch Harbor are joining forces, expanding shipyard and chartering services.
A vessel named for a whale that frequents Kenai Fjords National Park arrived in Seward, just in time for tourist season.
The US Coast Guard Cutter Cypress arrived in Kodiak after completing major maintenance at the Coast Guard Yard in Baltimore, Maryland.
In stark contrast to most of the goings-on in Alaska—marked by upheaval and change—the flow of goods and supplies into the Last Frontier hasn’t altered, at least in the eye of the casual consumer.
Crowley Fuels took delivery of its new Alaska Class 100,000-barrel, articulated tug-barge, which will be used to transport multiple clean petroleum products for the Alaska market, from Bollinger Shipyards.
Homer’s own Bay Welding Services has been honored with the 2019 Bill Bivin Small Business of the Year award. The Bill Bivin award pays tribute to Alaskan, independently-owned businesses that demonstrate community involvement, leadership in their field, business ethics, and organizational excellence.
Undertaking the process of engineering and building a marine vessel requires input from a vast range of people with specific areas of expertise, but it all starts when a prospective owner approaches an architect or engineer with the hope of turning a dream into a tangible blueprint.
Last year was one of outstanding growth for Tyonek Native Corporation (TNC), which saw its revenue increase 85 percent from 2017, reporting 2018 revenue of more than $144 million. This boosted TNC up twelve spots in our Top 49ers ranks, landing them at number 25.