Coast Guard Warns That Maritime Websites Are Being Spoofed Through Typosquatting
Well-constructed, fake websites are masquerading as legitimate maritime business websites to lure unsuspecting users into providing sensitive information.
Divers on Sunken Slave Ships Could Reveal a New Historical Narrative
Off the coast of Senegal, African divers bring a different perspective to underwater research.
National Sailing Hall of Fame Inducts 13 Trailblazers
The 12th class included a diverse group of pioneers who helped grow the sport.
Explorers Complete 130-Mile Trek Across the Everglades
A group of four explorers retraced a daring canoe journey by Hugh de Laussat Willoughby from 1897
Why Are So Many Dead Whales Washing Ashore on the West Coast?
Since May, five dead whales have washed ashore on the west coast of the United States and Canada, and scientists are looking for answers.
Good Samaritans and U.S. Coast Guard Rescue 13 From Sinking Fishing Boat
After a collision with a container ship, the fishing boat's crew was rescued from a liferaft.