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Waterway and Maritime Transportation

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  • Lake Griffin State Park offers guided boat tours

    Lake Griffin State Park offers guided boat tours
    Guided boat tours of the Dead River Marsh and Lake Griffin are being offered at Lake Griffin State Park, 3089 U.S. Highway 27-441 in Fruitland Park. A 45-minute pontoon boat tour is offer every Monday and Friday through May 2. Tour dates and frequency...
  • Audacious engineering paved the way for 1964 opening of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel

    Audacious engineering paved the way for 1964 opening of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel
    Fifty years after mesmerized motorists made their first wide-eyed trip across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel on April 15, 1964, the seemingly endless, 17.6-mile expanse of elevated trestles, high-level bridges and underwater tunnels once hailed as an...
  • Courtroom Surprises: Twists And Turns In Connecticut Trials

    Courtroom Surprises: Twists And Turns In Connecticut Trials
    Nearly a century ago, it might have become the trial of the century. A Bridgeport priest was shot dead on a busy city street. Multiple witnesses placed a dim-witted vagrant at the scene. Ballistics experts linked the man's gun to the crime. A chilling...
  • Regent Seven Seas completes fleet refurbishment

    Regent Seven Seas completes fleet refurbishment
    On the high-end side of the cruise spectrum, the all-inclusive line Regent Seven Seas has finished a multimillion refurbishment program of its three-ship fleet with the completion of the Seven Seas Mariner renovation. "Regent Seven Seas Cruises sets...
  • Cruising on small ships in Indonesia

    Cruising on small ships in Indonesia
    Cruisers tired of megaships sailing the Caribbean or Mediterranean can try something completely different with the Sailing Indonesia: Bali, Komodo & Flores cruise from AdventureSmith Explorations. For starters, these are very small ships. There's the 138-...
  • Missing Malaysia plane: co-pilot tried to make cell phone call, report says

    The search for a missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner resumed on Saturday, five weeks after the plane disappeared from radar screens, amid fears that batteries powering signals from the black box recorder on board may have died. Australian Prime Minister...
  • Lewis W. Diuguid: A lonely, tough existence for blacks in Guatemala

    LIVINGSTON, Guatemala Getting to this old port town required us to rise early from our Hotel Catamaran cabins on pylons over water. The tour that my partner Bette and I took of this Central American country included stays in nearly a half-dozen hotels...
  • Mafia port in Italy will host transfer of Syria's chemical weapons

    GIOIA TAURO, Italy A couple of months back, the drugs and weapons found beneath a thicket of red and white cranes in the mountains of shipping containers at Italy's port in Gioia Tauro led U.S. and Italian law enforcement to arrest 26 members of the...
  • Malaysia Airlines plane search goes underwater

    BEIJING — Investigators looking for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 have put away their towed pinger locator and are about to call off searches for surface debris. Now, it's all up to a little yellow robotic submarine to find the missing Boeing 777...
  • Pro bass tour is at home in Branson

    BRANSON, Mo. This country music town hung out the Gone Fishin' sign this weekend. Oh, the bright lights and rows of shows, restaurants and tourist attractions on 76 Country Boulevard still attracted crowds. But so did a new show in town, a Bassmaster...
  • Three men arrested with boat of marijuana in Malibu face 10 years in prison

    Three men arrested with boat of marijuana in Malibu face 10 years in prison
    Three men accused of trying to smuggle roughly two tons of marijuana onto the beaches of Malibu in a panga-style boat were charged Tuesday in federal court. Carlos Millan-Rogel, Jesus Aaron Guevara-Moreno and Victor Ayala-Marin face a mandatory...