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That Thing Gripping The Fish's Lip, That's a 'Descending Device'
Bill in Congress Would Mandate Their Use in Gulf of Mexico
UMaine 'Prints' a 25-Foot Boat, Breaks Records (Time Lapse Video)
Wood-Plastic Construction Weighing 5,000 pounds
Two Motoryachts Destroyed in New Jersey Marina Fire
Authorities Investigating Possible Fuel Leaks
Environmentalists, Fishing Industry Clash Over Marine Preserve
Environmental groups are calling on President Barack Obama to use his executive powers to establish a 6,180-square-mile New England Coral Canyons and Seamounts national monument.
Plenty To See At This Fall's Newport Boat Show
Organizers said the event, held September 15 through 18, is the largest boat show in New England and it kicks off the fall boat show season. The show provides visitors from around the world a venue to see the latest boats and products from hundreds of manufacturers and dealers.
FLIBS Found To Have Massive, Positive Economic Impact
The economic impact of FLIBS dwarfs the Super Bowl, and it happens year after year — contributing to the sustainability of 136,000 marine jobs and $11.5 billion to the economy in the region.
Boats Damaged In The Wake Of Tropical Storm Colin (VIDEO)
Several boats broke free, sank, or smashed into a pier on Anna Maria Island after Tropical Storm Colin reached Florida Monday night. An initial estimate put damage at about $10,000.
NOAA Reports 12-Month Streak Of Record Temperatures
The heat goes on — and so do the records. April 2016 showed record warmth, rounding out a full year of record-breaking monthly temperatures for the Earth.
Coast Guard, Shell Oil Co. Respond To Spill Off Louisiana (VIDEO)
In-water recovery vessels are searching for oil that can be safely recovered via skimming. Five such vessels have been mobilized, and they have recovered more than 51,000 gallons of an oily-water mixture.
Congressman Seeks To Cut Night Vision 'Red Tape' For USCG
Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.) says he is maddened by the fact that Coast Guard helicopters are equipped with night-penetrating Electro-Optical Sensor Systems, but can’t use them because of a “quirk in the federal bureaucracy.”
Sinking Historic Yacht Has Fuel Drained In Washington Marina
The Northwind, a 130-foot yacht built in the 1930s and thought to have hosted Winston Churchill, Jackie Kennedy and Princess Elizabeth, was found to be listing and taking on water April 14.
Florida Marine Flea Market Runs Through The Weekend
The gates opened at 9 a.m. as the 26-acre parking lot of the casino at U.S. Route 1 and Pembroke Road once again became a nautical swap shop.
Pensacola's Bahia Mar Marina Acquired By MarineMax
The Bahia Mar is a full-service marina with a 50-ton Travelift, a working boatyard, and large dry storage, located on the Bayou Chico Channel.
Thirteen Rescued From Sinking Yacht Off Fort Lauderdale (VIDEO)
The Coast Guard’s preliminary investigation is focusing on whether the Serena III struck the bottom as it left Port Everglades.
Nordhavn's Latest Coastal Pilot Nears Completion (VIDEO)
The construction of hull no. 1 of the latest addition to the Nordhavn fleet is almost finished and will be launched this spring.
Florida Lawmaker Working To Reduce Frivolous Boat Inspections
Workman said he does not want to keep law enforcement officers from doing their job, but he wants stops on state waters to be more reasonable.
Highlights From Last Week's BoatUS National Advisory Council Meeting
A panel of 11 national boating leaders who serve as a sounding board for BoatUS gathered last week with senior leadership from the boater organization to discuss key issues.