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Waterway and Maritime Transportation

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  • Ahoy, Umatilla! New captain steering the ship

    Ahoy, Umatilla! New captain steering the ship
    UMATILLA — Capt. Carol Rogers has taken the helm at the city of Umatilla. Rogers, 72, a Coast Guard-licensed ship's captain and financial director in Umatilla was named interim city manager when former manager Glenn Irby left on Jan. 6 to become...
  • Russian Trio tour includes six nights in leading cities

     Russian Trio tour includes six nights in leading cities
    Here are some of the more interesting deals, websites and other travel tidbits that came across our desk recently: The Russian Trio is a six-night tour from EuropeToo that explores Moscow, Novgorod and St. Petersburg. Priced from $1,928 per person...
  • Allianz PGA golf back in Boca

    Allianz PGA golf back in Boca
    The Allianz Championship is back with a field of PGA golfers making their ninth annual tour stop in Boca Raton from Feb. 2 through 8, with play Feb. 6, 7 and 8 on The Old Course at Broken Sound, off Yamato Road between Military Trail and Congress Avenue....
  • Norwegian Escape bringing Broadway, Latin food, Wynwood beer and John Hughes to Miami

    Norwegian Escape bringing Broadway, Latin food, Wynwood beer and John Hughes to Miami
    New shows and dining options will make their debut on the Norwegian Escape when it arrives in Miami this fall. Norwegian Cruise Line announced two Broadway shows and a slew of partnerships as more details arrived for what will be the line's largest cruise...
  • From the Boathouse: Enjoy the whales but be respectful

    Ahoy! Do you want to win $10,000? That is the first-place prize in the BoatUS lifejacket design competition presented by BoatUS's nonprofit Foundation for Boating Safety and Clean Water. Designs can be submitted by any individual or group. The...
  • Florida travel calendar for February

    Florida travel calendar for February
    Check out festivals and events in February across the state. This list is organized by region. Central Florida (including Orlando, Kissimmee, Daytona Beach, Sanford, the Space Coast, Lakeland/Polk and Lake County) Jan. 31, 2014 - Feb. 1, 2015: 9th...
  • Alaska cruise brings winning Seattle Seahawks and fans together

    Alaska cruise brings winning Seattle Seahawks and fans together
    How about those amazing Seattle Seahawks? If you miss out on seeing them at Super Bowl XLIX next month, Princess Cruises has another idea: Take a fan cruise to Alaska in June that lets you sail with the players. Passengers on the Seahawks Fan Cruise...
  • McCain move sparks furor from shipping industry

    McCain move sparks furor from shipping industry
    A proposal from Sen. John McCain has sparked a furious backlash from shipbuilding and ship repair executives who say the plan would cripple their industry and compromise coastal security. The Arizona senator wants to repeal a key provision of a 95-year-...
  • 8 crew missing after cement carrying cargo ship capsizes off north of Scotland

    British rescue teams searched Sunday for eight missing crew members from a cargo ship that capsized north of Scotland. Searchers on two helicopters and four lifeboats were looking for survivors from the bulk carrier Cemfjord, which was carrying cement...
  • The thrill of backcountry cobias

    The thrill of backcountry cobias
    One of the great things about fishing in what's known as the backcountry of the Florida Keys is the variety of fish that you can catch. There are bonefish and tarpon, redfish and trout and sharks and snook in the shallow waters of Florida Bay and the...
  • Busy waters off Florida: Illegal immigration surges from across Caribbean, not just Cuba

    Just starting a five-year sentence for illegally re-entering the United States, George Lewis stared at the officers staring back at him at Miami's federal detention center and considered whether he'd risk getting on another smuggler's boat — a...