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Orca Behavior Is Dangerous for Boaters
Orcas in Europe have been behaving badly and scientists are unsure why these creatures are ramming into boats.
Style for the Miles
These new, modern trawlers have traditional long-range performance, as well as updated style and panache
Raising The Flag(ship)
Pursuit Boats has achieved “yacht” status with the launch of its new flagship, the OS 445, which was unveiled to dealers and the media in Tampa, Florida
Better Hurricane Updates Are Coming
NOAA’s new supercomputers will allow for a hurricane forecast model that will improve forecasting resolution from 3 miles to 1.2 miles.
Let the Shipworms Eat Captain Cook’s Ship
A science writer opines that Captain Cook was a “hall-of-fame bad dude” and that his sunken ship should stay at the bottom of Newport Harbor
Formula Center Consoles to Debut at Fort Lauderdale Boat Show
The Formula 387 will be available as a Center Console Fish or as a Center Console Sport model and will be revealed this fall.
Wildlife Adapts After Hurricane Ian
Major species in Southwest Florida are slowly recovering from the destruction of Hurricane Ian.
The Race to Alaska: Not for the Faint of Heart
The true story of the Race to Alaska is now available to stream.
Major Fire at Seaport Marine in Mystic, Connecticut, Causes Heavy Damage
Firefighters from multiple towns fought the wind-driven fire that destroyed two large buildings at Seaport Marine.
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.
Fossil of 12-Foot Turtle Found in Europe
In Spain, researchers have found fossilized remains of an extinct species of giant marine turtle
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.