BoatU.S. has launched a new online Web site for recreational boaters affected by the Gulf oil spill that can help them stay informed, safeguard their boats and assist with recovery efforts.
Maritime enthusiasts will get the chance to board a "classic pirate ship" built for the 1962 Hollywood movie "Mutiny on the Bounty" as well as another wartime replica when the 2010 Tall Ships event makes its debut in Portsmouth, N.H., over Memorial Day Weekend.
This summer, fishing and boating enthusiasts all across the Great Lakes region can submit candid photos of their finest moments on the water to win prizes and bragging rights.
A 14-year-old sea cadet died after falling from the rigging of a training ship during a celebration weekend to mark the British organization's 150th anniversary.
Nantucket Lightship/LV-112 - the world's largest and most famous lightship - will return to Boston Harbor, its original home port. The National Historic Landmark is being towed to Boston via tugboat from Oyster Bay, N.Y., to become a permanent floating learning center.
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