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Coast Guard reminds ships to slow down for East Coast whale migration

The Coast Guard has announced ship speed restrictions through right whale migration and calving zones

Web Bulletin 2012

NOAA ship conducts hydrographic surveys of Sandy-affected waterways

NOAA survey vessels have completed hydrographic surveys of the harbors impacted by the East Coast superstorm

Web Bulletin 2012

Blog: Coast Guard hunts for obstructions in NY harbor channels

The U.S. Coast Guard cooperated with stakeholders to identify obstructions and reopen channels for fuel-barge traffic

Web Bulletin 2012

Ore. ferry operator arrested for being drunk on the job

The captain of a Willamette River ferry was charged with operating under the influence after passengers noticed that he seemed to be drunk

Web Bulletin 2012

HMS Bounty has sunk; 5 cruise ships rerouting to ride out storm

The replica tall ship HMS Bounty has sunk off North Carolina, and two of the 16 crew remain missing; 5 cruise ships ride out the storm

Web Bulletin 2012

Coast Guard closes Port of New York and New Jersey

The U.S. Coast Guard has closed the Port of New York and New Jersey to all inbound and outbound traffic as Hurricane Sandy takes aim

Web Bulletin 2012

Coast Guard closes ports of Baltimore, Philadelphia

The U.S. Coast Guard has ordered the closure of the ports of Baltimore and Philadelphia as Hurricane Sandy brings gale-force winds

Web Bulletin 2012

Coast Guard orders evacuation of Honolulu Harbor on tsunami concerns

The U.S. Coast Guard has ordered an evacuation of Honolulu Harbor due to concern about tsunami surges following the earthquake off western Canada

Web Bulletin 2012

Coast Guard: Operator in Detroit River grounding had invalid credential

The Coast Guard is pursuing enforcement action after the operator of the grounded cruise ship Yorktown was found to have an invalid pilot's endorsement for the waters

Web Bulletin 2012

Canada's ship Sir Wilfrid Laurier returns from 4-month Arctic mission

The Canadian Coast Guard ship Sir Wilfrid Laurier has returned to Victoria, British Columbia, following a 4-month Arctic assignment

Web Bulletin 2012
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