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Bathymetric Navigation: Line of Soundings Method


As contributor Robert Reeder continues his Seamanship columns on navigation in the absence of GPS, we will be producing videos to supplement to his column submissions. You’ll be able to find Robert’s original columns here, as well as the videos that accompany each article. The…

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NOAA’s Thomas Jefferson Charts Carolina Coast


In a continued effort to update charts of the nation’s ports, the NOAA survey ship, Thomas Jefferson, set out on a three-week data-harvesting mission in May near Charleston, North Carolina, and Wilmington, South Carolina.

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Another Sign That Cape Wind Is for Naught

The proposed site of the wind farm is indicated by the patch of little fans.

The developer of Cape Wind terminated contracts to buy land and facilities in Falmouth, Mass., and Rhode Island, the latest sign that the $2.5 billion effort to become the nation’s first offshore wind farm might never produce a kilowatt of energy.

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Opposition Mounts Against Florida Rail Bridge Plan

Stitched Panorama

The Marine Industries Association of South Florida is urging the region’s marine interests to tell the Federal Railroad Administration that they are not at all on board with the proposed All Aboard Florida high-speed passenger rail service from Miami to Orlando.

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