A long-range sailor, 64, who insisted his fellow sailor, 43, go first when they were being rescued in the Atlantic Ocean, was commended by a British coroner for his selfless act of bravery that enabled the younger man to survive.
A bomb-littered section of seabed that New York City officials want to dredge for a controversial garbage pier has closed off another section of water to mariners.
The U.S. Coast Guard seized 3,400 pounds of cocaine from a go-fast boat off the coast of Panama, and the drugs were brought ashore in Miami on Wednesday morning.
A legally blind California couple that set out for adventure in 2004 with an open-ended circumnavigation to ports around the world has ended the voyage and gone their separate ways.
US Sailing's safety-at-sea committee awarded an Arthur B. Hanson Rescue Medal to the crew of United States Merchant Marine Academy's sail training vessel Summerwind for a rescue made off the coast of Maine.
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