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StaffStaff The New England Boating staff comprises various award-winning professional boating photographers and writers, most of whom also contribute to national and regional boating publications and media outlets.
Recent Articles by Staff
Thirty Dolphins Stranded on Cape Cod Thirty Dolphins Stranded on Cape Cod

Boston.com: A team of about 35 people worked to rescue about 30 dolphins that were stranded on Cape beaches today. The rescue teams included volunteers and workers from the New England Aquarium and the International Fund for Animal Welfare....

» January 16th, 2012
Disabled Vessel Towed to Gloucester, MA Disabled Vessel Towed to Gloucester, MA

Multiple Coast Guard crews assisted a disabled fishing vessel and safely delivered it to Gloucester, Massachusetts, at approximately 12:30 p.m. Friday. The four-person crew of the 75’ stern trawler Bulldog used their radio to contact watchstanders at the Coast...

» January 16th, 2012
CT Governor Pushes for Aquaculture Increase CT Governor Pushes for Aquaculture Increase

Stamford Advocate: Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy wants to see abandoned urban warehouses converted into fish-growing facilities, raising restaurant-ready tilapia and catfish. But the governor indicated Tuesday that he may not budget more funding to expand farm-related vocational programs...

» January 16th, 2012
Coast Guard Searching for Plane Off MA Coast Coast Guard Searching for Plane Off MA Coast

The U.S. Coast Guard and Coast Guard Auxiliary are searching for a small aircraft after receiving a report the aircraft may be in distress in the vicinity of Dennis, Mass., and Yarmouth, Mass., Sunday. The Federal Aviation Administration contacted...

» January 15th, 2012
Guilford, CT, Land Trust Receives Land Donation Guilford, CT, Land Trust Receives Land Donation

A North Branford, Connecticut, man has donated 17 acres, including part of the Branford River headwaters, to the Guilford Land Conservation Trust. The property lies between Route 80 and open space on County Road purchased by the Town of...

» January 14th, 2012
Coast Guard Tows Disabled Vessel to Portsmouth, New Hampshire Coast Guard Tows Disabled Vessel to Portsmouth, New Hampshire

A New Jersey-based U.S. Coast Guard crew is en route to tow a disabled New Bedford, Mass., fishing boat to port after it became disabled more than 20 miles southeast of Portsmouth, N.H., Thursday. The four-person crew of the...

» January 13th, 2012
Lecture: The Maritime Art of Frank Vining Smith This Wednesday Lecture: The Maritime Art of Frank Vining Smith This Wednesday

Author James A. Craig will discusses the maritime art of Frank Vining Smith, the subject of his latest book, at the Maine Maritime Museum in Bath, Maine, on Wednesday, January 18, 2012, from 7:00 PM to 9:00 p.m. Frank...

» January 13th, 2012
New Book Details Human-Whale Relationship New Book Details Human-Whale Relationship

The New York Times Book Review has an outstanding review of D. Graham Burnett’s new book, The Sounding of the Whale. The review, written by Paul Greenberg (author of Four Fish: The Future of the Last Wild Food), praises...

» January 13th, 2012
How Fresh is Your Fish? New Website Will Tell How Fresh is Your Fish? New Website Will Tell

Ever wonder how fresh the fish you just ordered is? Well, a new website called Trace and Trust may be able to tell you. Trace and Trust It is a network of fishermen, seafood distributors, processors and restaurants committed...

» January 13th, 2012
Derelict Boat Removal Could Cost Town Plenty Derelict Boat Removal Could Cost Town Plenty

EastBayRI.com: The cost of removing 3 derelict boats from the upper Kickemuit River could end up costing the town as much as $12,300. At Tuesday night’s Warren Town Council meeting, councilors were expected to approve...

» January 13th, 2012