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Sea Tow operator marks 25th anniversary

As a teenager, Tom Kehlenbach III loved to tow boats. While working with his father, Tom Kehlenbach Jr., at Brewer Yacht Yard in the mid-1980s, the younger Kehlenbach got a taste of everything in the marine industry.

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Bahamas Billfish Championship gets under way

The 42-year-old Bahamas Billfish Championship started Thursday morning with the Guana Cay Championship as 21 boats are set to compete over four tournaments from April through June in the Abacos.

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Day of fishing ends in tragedy

A group of four recreational boaters motored out of Bodega Harbor at dawn Friday eager to greet the open sea and hook some salmon.

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Shipping expert predicts Titanic-level disaster in Arctic

In an opinion essay with the ominous headline, “Titanic Threats Still Lurk Today,” marine shipping expert Albert Buixadé Farré warns that a dramatic increase in Arctic shipping and cruise tourism, coupled with melting sea ice, makes a disaster of comparable proportions to the legendary RMS Titanic sinking a 21st century danger.

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Conservation efforts of humpback whale deemed successful

NOAA Fisheries proposed on Monday to reclassify the humpback whale into 14 distinct population segments under the Endangered Species Act, providing a more tailored conservation approach for U.S. fisheries managers.

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