- Savannah Deepening Gets Go-Ahead. // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867);11/5/2012, Vol. 13 Issue 37, p8
The article reports that the Port of Savannah has received the go-ahead to start the deepening of its harbor to allow larger vessels to call.
- Record Vila arrival. // Travel Daily;11/ 2/2012, p5
The article reports that Port Vila has welcomed the arrival of its largest ship Carnival Spirit on its inaugural visit to Vanuatu on November 1, 2012.
- Harbor Blotter. // Log Newspaper;5/10/2013, Issue 945, p19
The article offers news briefs related to harbors in California, as of May 2013, on topics including a boat speeding knocking a paddleboarder, anchorage of boat and loss of engine power of a vessel.
- Fall grain attracts "salties" to T-Bay. // Northern Ontario Business;Dec2012, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p29
The article reports that there is an increase in the number of saltwater vessels through the Port of Thunder Bay, Ontario.
- I'M PROUD OF THIS PICTURE. Clarity, Edward L. // Saturday Evening Post;3/19/1949, Vol. 221 Issue 38, p136
A photograph of S. S. Normandie ship is presented, taken at the Port of Newark in the 1930s.
- Harbor Blotter. // Log Newspaper;4/12/2013, Issue 943, p51
The article offers news briefs related to harbor patrol officers in various regions of California including a vessel followed by harbor patrol officers of Orange County, a dog rescued by patrol officers in Avalon harbor and a boat accident handled by patrol officers.
- THE BESSIE DODD. SEXTY, SUZANNE // Newfoundland Quarterly;Summer2015, Vol. 108 Issue 1, p20
The article offers information on the Bessie Dodd, harbor that was built in 1874 when sailing ships were in decline but could earn a profit in the trades in Labrador.
- Port Notes. // DPC: Dredging & Port Construction;Nov2002, p4
Reports on developments related to harbors as of November 2002. Celebration of the maiden voyage of Rickmers Hamburg at the Port of Houston; Application of Barbados for a loan from the Inter-American Development Fund; Plan of Clydeport to build a container hub in Scotland.
- The only substitute for an old DC-3 is... Parfit, M. // Smithsonian;Sep88, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p144
Describes the current use of the 1200 DC-3s built 53 years ago as the world's first great working airplane. Called the single greatest aircraft design in the history of flight, the DC-3s are still the first choice of the pilots who fly them and the mechanics who keep them in shape. History.