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Fisherman tangled in legal net over government science buoy

Is it finders keepers or a kind of hostage taking when a commercial fisherman “rescues” an oceanographic buoy adrift off Monterey, Calif., and won’t give it back to the U.S. Geological Survey until the agency pays him for his trouble?



Tall ship bound for Long Island Sound

The ARM Cuauhtémoc (kwawˈte.mok), tall ship of the Mexican Navy, will visit New London, Conn., May 2-6. The ship will be open for tours, and its crew is expected to visit the Coast Guard Academy, Mayor Michael Passero announced.



Adventurer makes history after Pacific Ocean crossing

Adventurer Martin Frey has made history by becoming the first person to have scaled the seven summits and sailed the seven seas, arriving in after a month at sea battling some of Mother Nature’s worst conditions in the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race.



‘Boaty McBoatface’ leads in poll to name polar research vessel

The good news for Great Britain’s Natural Environment Research Council’s decision to crowd-search a name for its latest polar research vessel is unprecedented public engagement in a sometimes niche area of scientific study.



Boat fire extinguishers: four myths from the BoatUS Foundation

Every spring, the BoatUS Foundation for Boating Safety and Clean Water receives questions from boaters about fire extinguishers.



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