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  • Port Everglades regains rank as world's second-busiest cruise port

     Port Everglades regains rank as world's second-busiest cruise port
    Port Everglades has regained its status as the world's second-busiest cruise port, based on preliminary multiday cruise passenger data.
  • Stigma and isolation haunt South Korean families of convicted ferry crew

    Stigma and isolation haunt South Korean families of convicted ferry crew
    Im Young-ae and her husband, a crew member who survived the Sewol ferry disaster, had dreamed of a peaceful retirement by the sea until their lives were upended by the April tragedy. Their new house is finished and Im has moved in, but she is living in...

    NTSB finds sinking of Baltimore tugboat result of mate's misjudgment

    NTSB finds sinking of Baltimore tugboat result of mate's misjudgment
    The National Transportation Safety Board found that a tugboat sank, spilling diesel fuel off Locust Point last year, after a mate misjudged the location of a collapsed pier, according to a report released Tuesday. The mate operating the harbor assist...

    Coast Guard plane brings 193 rare sea turtles to Orlando

    Coast Guard plane brings 193 rare sea turtles to Orlando
    A Coast Guard plane touched down in Orlando at dusk Tuesday, hauling a cargo of the world's rarest sea turtles, rescued by volunteers from the lethally chilly waters and beaches of Cape Cod Bay. Weighing only 2 to 10 pounds, the young Kemp's Ridley...

    Naples: Italy in your face

    Naples: Italy in your face
    Crammed with chaos, Naples is appalling and captivating at the same time. It's Italy's third largest city, along with being its most polluted and crime-ridden and densely populated. But this tangled mess still somehow manages to breathe, laugh, and sing...