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September 25, 2018

It’s no mystery that our Mid Atlantic and New England Coastal waters are in deep s—t!  I‘ve written about it often. From leaking sewer plants, nitrogen run off, plastic pollution, to the effects of having closed inlets into our bays.   Efforts are being made to thwart...

September 25, 2018

In the news in July were stories of the “Stretch Duck 7” that sank in a lake in Branson, Mo. The vehicle was an older duckboat, not one of the newer truck ducks, built on a larger, stronger chassis. The Boston Duck Tours have a fleet of “purpose built” truck ducks buil...

September 25, 2018

“Although there are approximately 20,000 shipwrecks in U.S. waters, we now know that most of them are unlikely to be substantial pollution threats. Using initial screening factors (age, location, construction material, propulsion type, type, and size), 573 wrecks were...

September 25, 2018

The Erie Canal is an unusual cruise destination for the northeast if you are used to boating on the ocean or sound.  There is something very different and special about taking your boat through the entire mid-section of New York State.  Here over the course of 339 mile...