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.
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.
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.
Late in 2014, Dutchman Boyan Slat completed what was said to be the largest crowd-funded campaign in history, generating over two million dollars in 100 days for his non-profit startup, The Ocean Cleanup.
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.
"True Love," a Leopard 37 twin-engine catamaran, is now part of the Southwest Florida Yachts power fleet based at Tarpon Point Marina in Cape Coral, Florida.
The two boys, Austin Stephanos (pictured above right) and Perry Cohen (left), were avid fishermen who spent as much time as possible on the water.
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.
According to the company's website, those who would like to watch the first Christmas Ship performance (which begins at 7:45 PM) of the night and see the parade vessels at the very start of the parade, should watch from the NW Dock at Fishermen's Terminal.
"It's a tragedy, but the wonderful news is, this holiday season, they were closed to get ready for the event, so the public wasn't there, the staff got out, everybody was safe," Gov. Larry Hogan said.
When Glenn Tuttle was asked to join the Board of Directors at the SSCA, he thought to himself, “how could I combine my passions, cruising and radio communications, and serve the SSCA?”
Calling all photo-boaters! This year’s November/December issue features the debut of a new section in the front of the magazine, VIEWFINDER, and we need your help.