More than 300 miles from the nearest ocean, competitors in one of the world's fastest sailing races are battling against a moody wind.
Out to sea, away from the Peruvian tourist town of Huanchaco, fishermen tend nets in small reed boats with pointed bows that are known as caballitos de totora, or little reed horses.
This summer, NOAA scientists and partners are launching a number of new unmanned aircraft and water vehicles to collect weather information as part of a coordinated effort to improve hurricane forecasts.
A boat from Japan that washed up on California’s Catalina Island last week gave local residents a cause to wonder. Did it reach our shores after being lost at sea after the 2011 Japanese tsunami?
One person is in critical condition after a boat slammed into a construction barge on Lake Quinsigamond in Massachussetts at about 1 a.m. on Wednesday. Three other boaters were injured.
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