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.
In the wake of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, David Helvarg, author and president of the Blue Frontier Campaign, is launching a two-month 25-city tour for his new memoir.
The New Hampshire House of Representatives overwhelmingly voted to make boat speed limits permanent on Lake Winnipesaukee.
The Environmental Protection Agency expects to publish by next winter a proposed rule for best management practices for non-sewage discharges from recreational boats.
In light of the oil slick spreading across the Gulf of Mexico, one Alabama community has advised, as a precautionary measure, that all private boat owners remove their vessels from the waterways prior to the arrival of any approaching pollution from the BP/Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
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