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Tsunami was final blow for some commercial fishermen

The Sioux is jammed between mangled docks and large rafts of debris, taking on water and in danger of sinking to the bottom of Crescent City Harbor.

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Vital New Jersey inlet still a risky transit

Mike Perry navigates the Great Egg Harbor Inlet with caution. Boating season will begin to pick up next month and the waterway - a crucial channel for local boaters to access the ocean - remains as dangerous as it was last year, Perry said.

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Tsunami alert test planned for Caribbean

Following the devastating tsunami that struck Japan, 33 countries are preparing to participate March 23 in the first full-scale simulated tsunami alert exercise in the Caribbean.

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Pirates try to hijack luxury yacht

The scourge of pirate hijackings off Africa has included commercial freighters and sailing yachts. Now, a report from Britain says pirates attacked and attempted to hijack a luxury yacht which was on its way for display at a boat show.

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Work continues on largest hydrogen-hybrid ferry

A boatyard crew is nearing completion of what will be the world's largest hydrogen hybrid ferry, which is to hit New York Harbor this spring.

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