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The Towing Industry is Underway for Baltimore and the Subchapter M Conference

On September 26-27, industry leaders and influencers from across the country are travelling to MITAGS’ East Coast Campus in Baltimore, Maryland to meet and share information on the new towing vessel regulations. The Subchapter M Conference is bringing together vessel operators, regulators, and auditors to compare notes about how they have navigated the rocks and […]

MITAGS Unveils New Website and New Logo

Baltimore, MD — The Maritime Institute of Technology and Graduate Studies (MITAGS) is pleased to announce the launch of its redesigned website www.mitags.org. MITAGS has unveiled the new site to coincide with a “refresh” of its organizational brand. Going forward, the East and West Coast campuses will both be identified as “MITAGS,” and the “MITAGS-PMI” […]

The Human Side

Written by MITAGS' Business Development Manager, Captain Jon Kjaerulff, The Human Side, is an article featured in The Maritime Executive that discusses emergency preparedness and crowd management on passenger vessels.

Glen Paine: 20 Years at the Helm!

MITAGS Executive Director, Glen Paine, was recently featured in Vane Brother's Pipeline Winter/Spring 2019 magazine edition. This year marks Glen's 20th year at the helm of MITAGS. Congratulations Glen!

TST Corporation Employees Successfully Complete Coast Guard VTS Training Program at MITAGS

Earlier this month, MITAGS hosted several operators from Japan’s Toyo Shingo Tsushinsha Corporation (TST) – or Toyo Signal Broadcasting Corporation when translated to English – for a two-week US Coast Guard Vessel Traffic Services (VTS) training program in Baltimore, Maryland. This training program provided TST’s operators with an immersive learning experience that included shiphandling instruction on MITAGS’s full-mission […]

Seattle Traffic Notice January/February 2019

Please be aware that beginning the evening of January 11th, the Alaskan Way Viaduct – a significant section of Highway 99 that runs through downtown Seattle – will be closing permanently in preparation for the opening of its replacement tunnel. There will be an approximate 3 week period during which the Alaskan Way Viaduct and tunnel […]