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Neah Bay Rescue Tug: Report to the Washington State Legislature (Historical)

Publication number Date Published
00-08-023December 2000
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Author(s) Mike Lynch, Jon Neel
Description Describes the need for additional marine safety infrastructure for the outer coast of Washington and the Strait of Juan de Fuca. The report provides a history of the issue, and describes and analyzes the operations and lessons learned from stationing a rescue tug at Neah Bay, Washington for three seasons.
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Keywords vessel, legislature, report, legislative report, spills, shipping, marine safety, oil tanker

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