Clues from the St. Brendan's Isle Voter Rolls
Weather Router Reacts to Florida Elections Decision
In Other Matters, Business as Usual
A Maritime Lawyer's Point of View
Advocacy Group Compares Tow Operators to Criminals
The Sad Saga of Brad and Margie Matheson
Viral Instagram Post Goes Viral, Sparks Outrage
385 Boats Being Stored Temporarily
This vessel owner received two letters telling him to renew his Coast Guard documentation. The one on the left is from the Coast Guard. The one on the right is from a third-party company that charges three times as much.
New Jersey Man Accused of Taking $2.16 Million for 13 Boats
It looks like SuzSea, a Grand Banks Aleutian 65 from Vero Beach, Florida, will be the first U.S. trawler to legally travel to Cuba since 2004, after owner Jack Apple won a key permission from the U.S. Commerce Department.
A cargo ship’s chief engineer was convicted by a federal jury in New Orleans on Tuesday of violating the Act to Prevent Pollution from Ships.