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Capsized boat has not been found

Officials have not been able to locate the 25-foot Bayliner Trophy that capsized last Friday on Chesapeake Bay, leaving two brothers from Pennsylvania dead, said Sgt. Art Windemuth, a spokesman for the Maryland Department of Natural Resources Police.



Skipper watches as his first boat sinks

A 32-year-old British commercial boat captain was devastated when his vessel started taking on water. He frantically tried to save it, but was eventually left with no choice but to leap onto a life raft.



Hurricane team to launch East Coast awareness tour

NOAA hurricane experts will visit five East Coast cities aboard a NOAA hurricane hunter aircraft to raise awareness about storm threats and the danger of being caught without a personal hurricane plan. The five-day tour begins May 2.



Survey shows increase in marine loans

All respondents to a recent survey by the National Marine Bankers Association said the dollar volume of loans booked in the first quarter of 2011 was up from the same period last year.



Tips on anchoring in Florida

The 2009 passage of Florida House Bill 1423 meant that boaters across the Sunshine State no longer had to fear a visit from law enforcement advising that their boat had "overstayed" its visit and needed to move on.



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