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Operator of commercial ship fined $725,000

Aksat Denizcilik Ve Ticaret A.S., a Turkish corporation that operated the commercial ship M/T Kerim, pleaded guilty today in U.S. District Court in Tampa, Fla., to two felony counts for knowingly failing to fully and accurately maintain an oil record book, which tracks pollutant discharge, the Justice Department announced.

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Builder launches 50th Billy Joel runabout

Coecles Harbor Marine recently celebrated the launch of the 50th Shelter Island Runabout, which was first conceived by singer/songwriter Billy Joel and designed by Doug Zurn in 1996.

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Classic, historic yacht for sale

A British yachting publication is reporting that Gipsy Moth IV, probably Britain's most famous yacht, is for sale.

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Marina chain offers storage to avoid Gulf oil spill

Florida's Loggerhead Club and Marina is offering boaters a chance to get their vessels out of the water and into dry storage safely without signing a lease as concerns grow over the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

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Report shows improved Chesapeake Bay waters

Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley announced that Chesapeake Bay showed broad water quality improvements in 2009, receiving its highest mark in seven years from the annual collaborative Chesapeake Bay Health Report Card.

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