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Waterway and Maritime Transportation

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  • New water taxi service sought in Fort Lauderdale

    New water taxi service sought in Fort Lauderdale
    FORT LAUDERDALE — For nearly 30 years, water taxis have plied the waterways here. Now they may be sharing the road with water buses.
  • Stalled replica pirate ship towed to port after crew rescued

    A disabled Canadian replica pirate ship whose nine crewmembers were rescued by the Coast Guard has been towed to a southern Maine shipyard. Coast Guard Petty Officer Ross Ruddell says a fishing vessel took the charter schooner Liana's Ransom to the...

    Ship runs aground in Delaware River; no injuries

    Authorities say a freighter ran aground in the Delaware River between Pennsylvania and New Jersey. The Coast Guard reports that the 600-foot Liberian-flagged bulk carrier Agia Irini was heading south when it reportedly lost propulsion. The ship ran...

    Family keeps hope alive for Boca man who vanished at sea

    Family keeps hope alive for Boca man who vanished at sea
    The disappearance at sea of Palm Beach County financial adviser Richard Ohrn is a mystery that both his family members and investigators are trying to figure out. The boat that the 44-year-old Boca Raton man was operating was found abandoned miles off...

    $116 million expansion of Cox Creek dredge facility approved

    $116 million expansion of Cox Creek dredge facility approved
    State officials approved Wednesday a $116 million project to expand the Cox Creek containment facility for contaminated material dredged from the port of Baltimore's shipping channel. The channel's 50-foot depth, which the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers...