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NTSB Issues Final Report on F/V Destination Sinking

NTSB Issues Final Report on F/V Destination Sinking

The final conclusion is that it was most likely ice accumulation that led to her ultimate demise.

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The Long Blue Line: USCG Cutter Jackson

On Sept. 12, 1944, the liberty ship George Ade was torpedoed off Cape Hatteras, N.C., by German Sub U-518. Coast Guard Cutters Jackson and Bedloe were sent out on a rescue mission during a hurricane. The mission ended with the loss of both cutters, including 21 of 22 officers and enlisted personnel.

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365 Days of Knots

Artist Windy Chien dedicated a year of her life to learning a new knot everyday and is now a nautical knot master.

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Drowning Doesn't Look Like Drowning

Mention drowning and we all tend to envision a person in the water waving his hands, splashing and screaming for help. That’s not even remotely close to what a drowning person looks like, writes Mario Vittone in this week’s Lifelines: Safety And Rescue At Sea blog.