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Waterway and Maritime Transportation

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  • Short Tacks: Healy sails to J/70 crown

    J/70 North Americans North Sails professional Tim Healy captured the second J/70 North American Championship, held July 17-20 out of Rochester Yacht Club. Arnold resident Geoff Becker was part of a three-man crew that included John Mollicone and...
  • Annapolis' Koester shifts into winning gear

    Ken Koester has participated in the Poplar Island Race numerous times aboard his Colgate 26 named Redshift. The Annapolis resident cannot remember ever finishing the point-to-point race faster than he did this year. Koester steered Redshift to victory...
  • Annapolis Yacht Club junior part of dominant Club 420 team

    At the beginning of the summer, Annapolis Yacht Club junior member Ian Morgan contacted Coral Reef Yacht Club counterpart Martina Sly. While separated by more than 1,000 miles, the two youngsters knew each other from the Club 420 circuit and decided to...
  • What's happening in greater Annapolis, metro area and at the beaches

    City Annapolis, Spa Creek and Severn River. - The annual Wednesday Night Races, featuring more than 120 sailboats of all sizes, are underway. The regatta on the Severn River begins around 6 p.m., with the often spectacular finish on Spa Creek in...
  • Animals

    AUDUBON SOCIETY'S CENTER FOR BIRDS OF PREY: conservation, education and raptor rehabilitation facility: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday (except holidays); 1101 Audubon Way, Maitland; $5 adults, $4 ages 3-12; 407-644-0190. AVIAN RECONDITIONING CENTER:...
  • Database: Anne Arundel County serious crimes, July 16-23

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  • Screwpile regatta initiates changes aimed at increasing participation

    Sailing regattas across the country have been confronted with declining entry numbers. From Key West Race Week to Long Beach Race Week, organizers have been scrambling to address the reasons why boat owners have curbed participation. The Screwpile...
  • Ships and blue whales on a collision course off California coast

    Ships and blue whales on a collision course off California coast
    Blue whales cluster for long periods in the busy shipping lanes off the California coast, according to a new study┬áthat raises concern about collisions between vessels and the endangered animals. “It’s an unhappy coincidence,” said...
  • Parents of students lost on South Korea ferry press for investigation

    Lee Su-ha has been camped on the steps of South Korea’s parliament for more than a week. He has stopped eating and dropped 18 pounds. His hunger strike will continue, he says, until legislators authorize a special committee to investigate the...
  • Port Canaveral tugboat collision damages pier

    Port Canaveral tugboat collision damages pier
    A tugboat involved in dredging at Port Canaveral collided with a pier on Sunday and caused $500,000 in damage, including a broken mooring post. Debris from the collision came off the mooring post, or bollard. The port’s North Cargo Pier No. 3...
  • Reel Line wins 'Walk On Water' tournament

    Reel Line wins 'Walk On Water' tournament
    Reel Line made Saturday's "Walk On Water" Salt Water Fishing Tournament a family affair. Jason Miller and his sons Chris, Jared and Brian won top boat honors as well as several other categories in the 14th annual tournament put on by the St. Coleman's...
  • Oyster harvesters see unloading fees increase at some Peninsula docks

    Oyster harvesters see unloading fees increase at some Peninsula docks
    On a cloudy muggy morning along the shores of Deep Creek in Newport News' Menchville area, third generation marina operator Lonnell Perok-Coffen carries on the business left in her hands nearly five years ago by her father Steven Perok. "Business has...