On April 21, Curtin Maritime, a Long Beach-based marine construction and tug and barge operator, delivered a repowered and retrofitted LCM-8, Sea Force, to the Port of Long . . .
LONG BEACH >> When Curtin Maritime delivered the Port of Long Beach’s newest security tool Monday, the company took no time in demonstrating what it can do. Before a . . .
In the summer of 1991, a 121 foot long Taiwanese long line fishing vessel, the HUI FENG #1, ran aground on an atoll in the middle of the Pacific. With a footprint of just 4.6 square miles . . .
What started in the summer of 1991 as an ill-conceived and ultimately futile attempt in seeking political asylum by Taiwanese fishermen, ended 22 years later in a pile of scrap bound . . .
The crew of Port of Long Beach-based Curtin Maritime Corp. returned Tuesday from a job in Palmyra Atoll where they collected wreckage from three ships onto a barge and brought . . .
Now there’s hope for the reefs’ recovery. But it could take years. On January 29, the Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) completed a $5.5 million conservation project to remove three . . .
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has taken an extraordinary conservation action to remove nearly one million pounds of shipwrecks to protect some of the most pristine coral reefs . . .
The U.S Fish and Wildlife Service is giving coral reefs a chance to survive by getting rid of shipwrecks. Take a look at what they found!