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Waterway and Maritime Transportation

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  • From the Boathouse: The ins and outs of avoiding collisions

    Ahoy! This week, I want to highlight the rules of the road after two sailboats collided in the wide-open Pacific Ocean. Both boats were entered in a yacht club's race between two Southern California harbors just under 100 nautical miles apart. The...
  • Uniworld's newest river cruise ship to be floating 'Baroque castle'

    Uniworld's newest river cruise ship to be floating 'Baroque castle'
    Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection's newest ship, the Maria Theresa, promises to take visitors on a trip through time as well as through Europe. Uniworld announced details last week about the Maria Theresa but didn't release many photos or...
  • Cruise ships: I do's, vow renewals and a cocktail debut for Valentine's Day

    Cruise ships: I do's, vow renewals and a cocktail debut for Valentine's Day
    What's Valentine's Day like at sea? These cruise lines are stepping up the romance on Saturday and beyond for those who want to celebrate their love on or off the ship. Royal Caribbean International lets couples renew their vows aboard every ship in the...
  • The Harbor Report: A solid score for this harbor supporter

    Twelve years ago, Jenn Lancaster left her teaching job, packed up her car and moved to California from Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Fortunately for every sailor in Newport Beach, Lancaster became the Newport Harbor Yacht Club's racing director....
  • Peru and Ecuador: Free airfare offer on Machu Picchu, Galįpagos tours

    Peru and Ecuador: Free airfare offer on Machu Picchu, Galápagos tours
    If you're contemplating a trip to South America, Boston-based Overseas Adventure Travel offers free airfare worth $900 per person on selected trips this summer. The deal is good for June journeys that highlight Machu Picchu in Peru and the Galįpagos...
  • The beauty of kayak diving

    The beauty of kayak diving
    Ray Marquez was first attracted to diving from a kayak because it was inexpensive. After six years of spearfishing and lobstering in South Florida, Marquez knows there are many other benefits to kayak diving. And he will share them, along with kayak...
  • One of five rescued from capsized boat off Fort Lauderdale has died, officials say

    One of five rescued from capsized boat off Fort Lauderdale has died, officials say
    One of the five people rescued after a boat capsized in the Atlantic Ocean off of Fort Lauderdale Wednesday night has died. German Diaz, 76, Roselle Park, N.J. did not survive the recovery of four men and a child that happened about a mile off shore,...
  • Big boats, motors debut at Miami shows

    Big boats and big motors were among the highlights on the opening day of the Miami International Boat Show and the Yacht & Brokerage Show. At the Miami Beach Convention Center, Sea Vee Boats unveiled its new 370Z center console and 270Z Bay Boat, the...
  • Fishing vessel trapped in Antarctic ice; U.S. Coast Guard on rescue mission

    Fishing vessel trapped in Antarctic ice; U.S. Coast Guard on rescue mission
    The U.S. Coast Guard cutter Polar Star was heading home to Seattle from a monthlong Antarctic mission when the call for help came in. An Australian fishing vessel was trapped in Antarctic ice up to 9 feet deep, with three of the four blades in its...
  • Winter Park Boat Tour guides arrived from all over for one of the best jobs in Florida

    Winter Park Boat Tour guides arrived from all over for one of the best jobs in Florida
    Some people come to Central Florida searching for their dream job: graphic designer, ranch cowboy, chef, Disney princess. Others stumbled upon their ideal vocation by accident on the Winter Park Chain of Lakes, sometimes with two or three careers...
  • Tampa Bay tugboat business ancestor ran Civil War blockades

    His roots in Tampa's shipping industry date back more than 150 years, when Arthur Savage's great-great-grandfather, Capt. James McKay Sr., ran blockades during the Civil War and founded commercial shipping on Florida's west coast. Shipping is so...