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John Hughes Cooper, P.C.
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Judging by what I've seen on the water lately, it's that time of year again. Below is some good info. on boating safety courses in SC.

http://www.dnr.sc.gov/education/boated.html
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USCG Denies Appeals from BWMS Manufacturers - Four ballast water treatment system manufacturers have received the final agency action from the United States Coast Guard denying their appeals to use an alternative testing method for Coast Guard type approval of their ultra-violet (UV)-based ballast water management systems (BWMS). In December 2015, the manufacturers were declined the use of the alternative testing method as the USCG Marine Safety Center’s […]
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Interesting.
To Boldly Go Where No Cruise Ship Has Gone Before - When a market grows, it often creates room for a niche. That is true for the cruise industry. For those who have cruised seas and rivers and want something new, there is another kind of cruise voyage in the offing. It gives an exclusive experience by travelling to harsh and remote environments. It is called […]
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Great article, and good advice for the many people who have claims were it does not make economic sense to hire an attorney. 
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Good tips for helping pick the right surveyor. Luckily, we have several good ones to pick from in Charleston, no matter what your needs might be. 
Follow these tips to ensure that the surveyor you pick is suitable for the boat in question. http://ow.ly/ITPOK
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What had begun as a patriotic mission became a story of endurance, leadership, and survival in horrific circumstances, as 33 men trekked across the frozen wastes of the Arctic to Siberia.
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Charleston Maritime Attorneys discuss  boats and maritime liens for goods and services.  
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Interesting article with details of the expansion. 
To accommodate growing ships, the 100-year-old Panama canal will soon undergo a $6 billion expansion.
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