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110-year-old ghost ship explored

The wreck of an old steel steamship with a colorful past has been sitting in decay in a tributary just off the Ohio River for the better part of three decades, but a group of kakers recently came across the ghost ship and set about exploring it.



Report shows increase in tubing injuries

Tubing is a favorite activity of families during the summer, but researchers warn that boaters need to be careful when towing riders.



Carolina waterfront awaits strengthening tropical storm

Tropical Storm Arthur is forecast to become a Category 1 hurricane Friday morning as it passes North Carolina’s Outer Banks, but some local marinas are less concerned about the storm than its impact on Fourth of July boating activities.



Whale-watching trip turns into whale rescue

When nearly 200 people set sail on a whale watch from Bar Harbor, Maine, they never expected to be party to a whale rescue. Yet, that is exactly what happened on a sunny afternoon in early June.



Waterway restrictions for NYC fireworks

Tropical Storm Arthur might make the issue irrelevant because of the weather, but the Captain of the Port New York has established and will strictly enforce a regulated area on the waters of the Upper New York Bay in the vicinity of Ellis Island and Liberty Island for viewing the Liberty State Park Fourth of July Fireworks Display from 6 p.m., until approximately 11 p.m., on Friday.



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