The lawsuit cites violations of the Inland Navigation Rules and its 'own boating safety regulations'
The parents of a boy who died in a December 2009 boating accident involving a Coast Guard vessel on San Diego Bay have filed a lawsuit against the agency.
There's a lot of buzz again about cruising Cuba. A few bills in the 111th Congress - H.R. 4645, S. 428 and H.R. 874 - would end travel restrictions on all Americans who want to visit Cuba, and two of them would clear the way for easier sale of U.S. agricultural products to the island.
Unmanned Predator is being tested for search-and-rescue and anti-smuggling roles
Predator drones similar to those that attack terrorist strongholds in Afghanistan soon might be deployed for search-and-rescue and tracking drug and migrant smugglers in the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean.
The new hurricane scale doesn't take storm surge into account but includes damage estimates
The National Weather Service is using a revised Saffir-Simpson Wind Scale for the upcoming hurricane season.
A Carolina-bred 28-footer
With its broken sheer, flared bow and cold-molded construction, the Harrison Boatworks 28 Center Console Sportfisherman is about as Carolina as you can get.
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