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Coast Guard Air Station New Orleans MH-60 Jayhawk aircrew rescues a boater from a capsized vessel near Slidell, La., Sept. 18, 2022. The boaters and their dog were safely rescued and transported to a nearby marina. (U.S. Coast Guard courtesy photo)
NOAA satellites helped save 397 lives in 2022
The tug Legacy was disabled and adrift 30 miles off the Maryland coast when its crew of seven were rescued by the Coast Guard Jan. 14, 2023. Coast Guard image.
Coast Guard evacuates tug crew off Maryland
About 9.9 million acres in the Gulf of Maine are being considered by the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management for potential wind energy leasing. BOEM graphic.
BOEM holding public sessions on offshore wind energy in Gulf of Maine
The combination of high cargo ship traffic, feeding areas and migratory whale routes result in a marked increased risk of ship strikes to whales that can result in serious injury or death to whales. John Calambokidis/Cascadia photo
Endangered whales off California coast will move shipping lanes
WorkBoat's top 10 news stories of 2022
Emily Narrow, mission videographer, enjoys the sunset over the Pacific Ocean from the back deck of NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer during the NOAA Ocean Exploration mission: Discovering the Deep: Exploring Remote Pacific Marine Protected Areas in 2017. NOAA Ocean Exploration photo
US, Australia to jointly explore and map Pacific Ocean
Two recreational sailors bound from New Jersey to Florida on the 30' Catalina Atravida II were rescued 214 miles offshore by the tanker Silver Muna Dec. 13. Coast Guard photo.
Tanker picks up missing sailboaters 214 miles off Delaware
The Coast Guard, Maryland Department of the Environment and Evergreen Marine Corporation, in partnership with multiple state and local responders, refloat the Ever Forward Sunday, April 17, in the Chesapeake Bay. George Mason University photo.
Ever Forward pilot was distracted before Chesapeake grounding, Coast Guard says
Ray Giometti, business and operations manager for Fishermen's Terminal at the Port of Seattle, speaks to Maritime High School students at Pacific Marine Expo 2022. Britton Spark photo.
Pacific Marine Expo connects Maritime High School students with industry
A passenger who went overboard from the cruise ship Carnival Valor waves to a Coast Guard helicopter crew, before being rescued 20 miles off Southwest Pass, La. Coast Guard video image.
Cruise ship passenger rescued after drifting a day in Gulf of Mexico
An orca surfaces as a Seattle ferry passes through Elliott Bay off Seattle. Washington State’s Quiet Sound program is working to cut noise pollution, including that of large ships, in orca habitats like the Salish Sea. NOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center
Quiet Sound project tries slowing Puget Sound shipping to protect whales
Matson has contracted with Philly Shipyard Inc. to build three 3,600-TEU Aloha-class container ships for $1 billion. Matson image.
Matson contracts with Philly Shipyard for three ships at $1 billion
Alaska Eskimo Whaling Commission staff hold Sofar buoys at a co-production workshop. James Kendall/Bureau of Ocean Energy Management photo
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