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Waterway and Maritime Transportation

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  • Coast Guard welcomes spring by breaking up Great Lakes ice

    The U.S. Coast Guard is welcoming spring by breaking up ice that remains on some Great Lakes shipping channels. The crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Bristol Bay welcomed aboard members of the media Friday to demonstrate icebreaking on the St. Clair River....
  • Cruise lines stop Tunisia visits after museum attack

    Two cruise lines suspended visits to Tunisia on Thursday after 17 passengers from their ships were killed in the museum attack, delivering an immediate economic blow to the North African country. Passengers of Mediterranean cruise lines Costa Crociere...
  • Islamic State claims responsibility for Tunisia attack

    The Islamic State group claimed responsibility Thursday for the attack that killed 21 people at a museum. But Tunisian authorities said the two slain gunmen had no clear links to extremists, and analysts said existing militant cells are merely being...
  • Ships that had passengers in Tunisian attacks dock in Spain

    Two cruise ships that carried passengers killed and injured in the terrorist attack in Tunisia arrived in Spanish ports Friday, with disembarking passengers telling reporters chilling tales of how they escaped the slaughter. The Costa Fascinosa docked at...
  • Cruise lines suspend Tunis stops after terror attack

    Cruise lines suspend Tunis stops after terror attack
    MSC Cruises is canceling its remaining summer 2015 port calls to Tunis, Tunisia, after Wednesday's terror attack at the Bordo National Museum. The midday museum attack killed nearly two dozen people, some of whom were passengers aboard its MSC Splendida...
  • Antarctica tourists: Be prepared for the wild and unexpected

    They trekked snow-covered mountains, gasped at seals flopping along the coastline and oohed at penguins waddling along on the ice, and even took in the spectacle of a humpback whale flapping its tail amid a sea of melting icebergs. But then, the dozens...
  • Terror attack in Tunisia a fresh blow to tourism industry

    The terror attack in Tunisia that killed 21 people is a fresh blow to the North African nation's tourism industry, which has been struggling since the country's revolution of 2011. Cruise companies canceled stops in the country as 17 of the victims at...
  • Fishing report

    Fishing report
    Fishing report LAKE OKEECHOBEE Bass were feeding on shad in the grass in South Bay, and anglers were catching them on swimbaits and Zoom Super Flukes. EVERGLADES/FRESHWATER If you want to put a youngster on lots of fish, head for the south canal...
  • Islamic State claims responsibility for Tunisia museum attack

    Islamic State claims responsibility for Tunisia museum attack
    The Islamic State group claimed responsibility Thursday for the attack that killed 21 people at a museum. But Tunisian authorities said the two slain gunmen had no clear links to extremists, and analysts said existing militant cells are merely being...
  • Missing boater's body found in Smithfield

    The body of missing boater was found on a waterfront property Wednesday afternoon in the Burwells Bay area of Smithfield. A Virginia Marine Resources Commission spokeswoman said a medical examiner has confirmed the body belong to William Johnson and his...
  • Cruise conference wraps up; new ships on tap for South Florida

    Cruise conference wraps up; new ships on tap for South Florida
    New cruise ships, new ports and new ways to have fun onboard were the talk of Cruise Shipping Miami, the year's biggest cruise industry convention this week in Miami Beach. The conference wrapped up Thursday at the Miami Beach Convention Center. Next...