Seattle's iconic Jensen Motor Boat Company is no more, but two spin-offs plan to keep the art of the wooden boat repair alive.
Read about the maritime industry of the Northwest including ship building, fishing and seafood processing, cargo handling, passenger-vessel operations and related companies.
Lt. Jessica Shafer keeps her mind on the bar as the 1st female commanding officer of Coast Guard Station Cape Disappointment VIEW
She emphasizes teamwork and exudes humility, but Jessica Shafer leads with uncommon courage, dedication and skill.
‘It’s gonna kill this community’: A tiny Alaska town and others in the state brace as governor guts budget
In Alaska, the fishing town of Cordova is afraid that cuts to the state ferry system will eliminate their highway to the outside world. That's...
Felleman trounces competition in Port of Seattle primary election; Cho and Degginger lead pack for other seat
Two seats were on the ballot for the five-member commission that oversees the area's seaport and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
Will private equity boost the Northwest's most important shipbuilder or look for a fast buck? Behind the question is the long and dangerous decline of...
A 73-foot-wide Washington State Ferry captivated a crowd of about 100 spectators Monday morning when it squeezed through the Ballard Locks with just a few...
Vigor is now a major player in the Pacific Northwest, building Washington State ferries and landing craft for the U.S. Army.
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