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Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Bruce L. Perri's Profile

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Employment Status

Self Employed

Principle Nature of Business

Maritime Equipment Manufacture / Distribution / Supply

Professional Interests

Anchors / Mooring Systems, Control Systems, Deck Equipment, Equipment (Below Deck), Controls, Electrical, Harbor Patrol, Hardware (Marine), Information Technology, Instrumentation, Navigation / Communication Equipment, Safety & Fire Protection, Shipboard Electronics & Automation

Associations and Organizations

Marine Society & Sea Cadets

Designations, Licenses and Certifications

USCG

Blogs

Riding the Waves

Winterizing Steps You Need to Take from BoatU.S. Insurance

Posted to Riding the Waves (by Bruce L. Perri) on October 19, 2009

Handy Resources from BoatU.S. Fall is here, and winter is fast approaching. You know what that means; time to start winterizing your boat! Winter weather wreaks havoc on a boat not adequately prepared for hibernation. And no one wants to pay…

Use Your Cell Phone While Offshore? Now A Reality!

Posted to Riding the Waves (by Bruce L. Perri) on October 19, 2009

Use Your Cell Phone While Offshore? Now A Reality! As part of an effort to bring convenient communications to mariners worldwide, KVH Industries, Inc., and On-Waves are partnering to make cell phone service at sea a reality for crew and passengers on vessels around the globe.

SMALL FIRE / IMPORTANT LESSONS

Posted to Riding the Waves (by Bruce L. Perri) on October 16, 2009

Recently in the North East an 83 foot long passenger ferry which has the capacity to carry 306 persons experienced a small engine room fire. The vessel was just off its dock at the time the fire started and on board were 110 persons. Because of the nearness to the dock…


US Short Sea Shipping

US Short Sea Shipping

Posted to US Short Sea Shipping (by Bruce L. Perri) on March 18, 2010

US highway traffic continues to increase particularly in the urban areas of the northeast, eastern central, gulf and the LA to Seattle corridor. In addition to greatly increased risks in everyday commuting, the impact on the environment continues to rise.