Start Searching Today!

Type a URL to search registration information about any website

Professional Mariner Sign Up Information

Last Updated:
Site Encrypted:
Site Category:
Email Verified:
Data Held

Email Address


Your Name

 First Name, Last Name

Your Address

 Country, Zipcode

Post-Registration Data

We are still gathering data about this website


This site did not show evidence of storing passwords in plaintext.

This site does allow secured connections (https)

This site did show a clear way to unsubscribe from their emails

This site does verify your email address.

Membership Emails

Below is a sample of the emails you can expect to receive when signed up to Professional Mariner.

To view this email as a web page, go here


Maritime Casualty News
by Casey Conley


Tugboat capsizes during severe storm on Outer Banks
The U.S. Coast Guard is investigating after a tugboat capsized in Oregon Inlet, N.C., during a severe storm. An unknown amount of fuel spilled from the vessel.

The pushboat Miss Bonnie rolled over and partially sank near the Old Bonner Bridge on Nov. 19 at 1109. Authorities initially believed the vessel hit the bridge, although subsequent investigation showed the boat never made contact with a support pillar, the Coast Guard said. The eight people aboard the vessel escaped without injury.

Continue reading...

Recent items from the Professional Mariner website:

Barge breaks free on Virginia coast, damages fishing pier
(HAMPTON, Va.) — A construction barge that broke from its mooring Nov. 17 drifted nearly two miles and struck a fishing pier, knocking down a long section of the structure, the Daily Press of Newport News reported.

Hampton police spokeswoman Amanda Moreland said the department got a call about the barge floating near Buckroe Beach at about 5:45 a.m. on Nov. 17. The vessel, owned by Gloucester-based contractor Coastal Design & Construction, was carrying an excavator when it broke free and had its two spuds raised. It then struck and damaged the James T. Wilson Fishing Pier

Continue reading...

Master impaired when passenger ship hit mooring dolphins, NTSB says
(WASHINGTON) — At 2113 local time on Dec. 30, 2018, the stern of the passenger vessel Nippon Maru struck mooring dolphins at a U.S. Navy fueling wharf in Apra Harbor, Guam, while the vessel was maneuvering in a turning basin after getting underway from the harbor’s commercial port. No pollution or injuries were reported. Damage to the vessel was estimated at $456,080; damage to the mooring dolphins was in excess of $500,000.

The National Transportation Safety Board determined that the probable cause of the passenger vessel Nippon Maru’s contact with the mooring dolphins at the U.S. Navy wharf D in Apra Harbor, Guam, was alcohol impairment of the master while he conned the vessel, resulting in an errant astern engine input.

Continue reading...


- Find us on Instagram -
Follow @ProMarinerMag


Join the Conversation


This email was sent to: @
This email was sent by: Navigator Publishing
PO Box 569 Portland ME 04112
First name
Last name
Data Name Data Type Options
Company:   Text Box
First name   Text Box
Last name   Text Box
Title   Text Box
Email   Text Box
Country   Text Box
Zipcode   Text Box

Comments about professionalmariner

No Comments
Comment by: admin
Comment on: 01/09/2020