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On the afternoon of July 25, a fast-moving storm packing 70 mph winds, rain and lightning swept across Chesapeake Bay. During the next two hours, Coast Guard Sector Baltimore received 37 calls from mariners in distress. Unfortunately many boaters and anglers, unaware of the storm's fury, were caught unprepared. But it didn't have to be this way.

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Giant ice island doesn’t worry Coast Guard

The Coast Guard International Ice Patrol says the massive ice island that recently broke free from a glacier in Greenland is not their iceberg - at least not yet.

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Maine boatyard owner dies

James H. Rich, owner of the James H. Rich Boat Yard in Maine, died Tuesday. He was 78.

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Volunteer divers to help with reef restoration

Increased efforts to promote "voluntourism," or volunteer opportunities for vacationers, can contribute to the self-sufficiency and sustainability of tourist destinations. Marine scientists with Key Largo's Coral Restoration Foundation are offering voluntourism-minded divers a chance to aid in reef conservation during planned coral restoration dives Oct. 19-21 with Amoray Dive Resort in Key Largo.

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More Gulf fishing grounds re-opened

NOAA reopened 5,144 square miles of Gulf waters Tuesday to commercial and recreational finfish fishing.

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