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Waterway Guide’s Expert Tips on How To Light Up Your Boat
Post-Sandy Project Brings Fish Back to East Coast
Katharine the Great White Shark Pings Off Florida
Shipping Lanes Have More Intense Thunderstorms
Ocean Circulation in the Atlantic is at Its Weakest
The final numbers are in. $24 million is budgeted for the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway in 2019. What does this mean for boaters? Bottom line is that some of those problem areas where bumping along, looking for the deep spots or stuck in the mud waiting for high tide will be cleaned out in the months ahead.
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Here’s our expert guide to decking out your vessel in ways that won’t result in dead batteries, generator fires, injuries, or elf overboard drills.
I spent over a decade on the US Sailing Safety at Sea Committee. I marveled at the width and depth of knowledge of the members of this committee.
Animal rescue volunteers say more than four dozen sea turtles have died of exposure after washing ashore in frigid conditions on Cape Cod.
Several of our favorite reasons for winter fishing are banker’s hours, ease of locating fish and the visual excitement of being able to stalk your quarry and sight fish.
SPRING LAKE, NJ — Since Superstorm Sandy, a little-noticed effort is quietly helping fish that need to migrate from coastal rivers out to the sea and back.
A massive great white shark named Katharine is currently pinging off the Florida coast. "It’s the same area she spent the winter in last year," Ocearch Tweeted.
Sparkman Wharf, Water Street Tampa’s re-incarnation of Channelside Bay Plaza, opens Friday with a plan to succeed where Channelside failed.
The folks over at Latitude 38 magazine took on one of our favorite topics, sailing apps. Here’s what they had to share in the November 2018 issue.
New Study: Thunderstorms directly above two of the world’s busiest shipping lanes are significantly more powerful than storms in areas of the ocean where ships don’t travel.
Reduced circulation in the North Atlantic can yield profound changes on both the North American and European climate, but also on African and Asian summer monsoon rainfall.
Atlas Obscura wants to know what was the last place you visited that was so intensely beautiful it brought you to tears of pure joy from the heightened experience.
Waiting for the Dock-tails to arrive in Tobermory Canada. Photo by Allen Dettorre.
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