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The Landing School
Marine Safety Handbook
U.S. Coast Guard, Volume III, Marine Personnel
Oregon Boater's Handbook 2010-2011
Outlines equipment, regulations, and rules for boats and boaters in the State of Oregon.
Tonnage Guide for Simplified Measurement
The Guide explains the Simplified tonnage measurement system with regard to (1) other available tonnage measurement systems, (2) vessel eligibility for Simplified measurement, (3) the use of tonnage in the vessel documentation process, (4) the responsible Coast Guard offices, and (5) calculating Simplified tonnage. U.S. Coast Guard (from the site)
Naval Manuals and Documents Online
Below are several full text declassified Navy documents of interest to researchers working on historic naval ships. Created and maintained by the Naval Historic Ships Association.
Ship and Boat Building
Employment statistics from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S Government.
Ship & Boat Building Repair (Industry Group 373) OSHA Reports
Safety statistics on the ship building and repairing industry which consists of establishments primarily engaged in building and repairing ships, barges, and lighters, whether self-propelled or towed by other craft and the boat building and repair industry which consists of establishments primarily engaged in the building and repairing of craft such as fiberglass boats, motor boats, kayaks, canoes, houseboats, and dinghies. (from the site)
Overview of European Shipbuilding Industry
Overview of the shipbuilding industry in the European Union.