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Adrift for 100 years: world’s oldest message in a bottle

A postcard returned to Great Britain’s Marine Biological Association was recognized by Guinness World Records as the oldest message in a bottle ever found.

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Futuristic U.S. destroyer heads out for sea trials

The Zumwalt, the Navy's newest and most expensive destroyer, departed the Bath Iron Works shipyard in Maine on Wednesday morning to conduct acceptance trials with the Navy's Board of Inspection and Survey.

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Polynesian voyaging canoe Hokule’a to visit Yorktown

Virginia’s York County invites visitors to an event welcoming the Hokule’a as she sails into Yorktown on Sunday, April 24, and docks at Riverwalk Landing through May 8. 

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Boat made famous by John Steinbeck gets facelift

It is a piece of literary history that has been called both worthless and priceless. The Western Flyer, a boat popularized in John Steinbeck’s “Log from the Sea of Cortez” has its own story to tell. The latest chapter is being written in Port Townsend, Wash., right now.

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Congressman fights law that hamstrings Coast Guard

A California congressman is hoping to cut through some government red tape to fix a problem in the system that’s preventing the Coast Guard from using essential night-vision technology.

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