A day after a South Korean fishing boat sank north of Antarctica, the search for 17 men still missing was being scaled back Monday. It is increasingly unlikely that more survivors will be found, NZTV One News in New Zealand reported.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Office of Law Enforcement busted a "vast criminal conspiracy" that included the illegal harvest, sale and purchase of more than 1 million pounds of striped bass with a market value of up to $7 million.
The Annapolis School of Seamanship's annual Cruiser's Workshop will be held Feb. 12-13 at the Maritime Institute of Technology and Graduate Studies in Linthicum, Md.
A federal judge recently blocked a third attempt to close Chicago-area shipping locks, saying Asian carp do not appear to be an imminent threat and that closing the locks might not keep them from reaching Lake Michigan.
A year after an 8-year-old child was killed in the annual San Diego Bay Parade of Lights, Coast Guard officials said on Thursday that they were reducing the charges against one crewmember of the boat that was involved.
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