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Salmon processors raise prices amid favo...

Bristol Bay salmon processors are raising prices per pound for sockeye salmon amid favorable markets. Preliminary data released by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game in November suggests better prices and increased demand during the 2020 salmon season. This improvement extends beyond Bristol Bay because more fisheries across the state had better harvests this […]

Find out how Barbados, the world’s newes

At the stroke of midnight, Barbados severed its last links with the British monarchy after nearly 400 years. In a ceremony Monday night, Prince Charles acknowledged the “appalling atrocity of slavery” as the nation deposed Queen Elizabeth II as head of state and inaugurated its first-ever president. The official festivities marking the island’s historic transition […]

World Health Organization criticizes Omi...

The World Health Organization has called on the international community to avoid imposing travel restrictions on countries in southern Africa in response to the Omicron variant of the COVID-19 virus. “Putting in place travel bans that target Africa attacks global solidarity,” Matshidiso Moeti, regional director for Africa, said on Sunday. “COVID-19 is constantly exploiting our […]

The best home bar tools for making hot c...

There is a chill in the air. The nights are getting longer. Ready or not, winter is here. But whether you fancy frolicking in the snow or snuggling under blankets, hot cocktails are the perfect fortification for the season. Fear not, with this list of home tools, there’s no need to brave the outdoors every […]

Reefer hits sea wall from Japanese port

(photos and video courtesy of 7th Regional Japanese Coast Guard HQ) Posted on November 29, 2021 at 9:16 PM by The maritime executive A refrigerated cargo ship leaving the port of Hakata in southern Japan, near Fukuoka, made a navigation error causing it to hit the sea wall at the entrance to the port. The […]

Yamaha Rightwaters supports oyster resto...

Yamaha Rightwaters supports the Billion Oyster Project, a community effort that has repopulated 75 million juvenile oysters in New York Harbor, near New York City. Billion oyster project works with thousands of volunteers from over 100 New York City schools in five boroughs. Volunteers saw increased water visibility and diverse wildlife near 15 reef sites […]

Fate of Sue Neill-Fraser’s Second Attemp

news, local news, The assassin Susan Neill-Fraser will know Tuesday if a last resort against his conviction is successful. The Criminal Appeal Court is due to render its decision Tuesday morning, which could result in his release after 12 years in prison for the murder of his de facto partner Bob Chappell aboard their Four […]

The Day – Coast Guard Academy seeks larg

New London – As the new Center of Maritime Excellence is being built along the riverfront of the US Coast Guard Academy campus, the Academy’s Alumni Association is on the lookout for works by large-scale art for the interior of the building. The association is soliciting submissions from muralists and artists interested in creating art […]

The best high-tech cannabis equipment

Throughout the pandemic, cannabis sales figures have broken records as crowds of people have turned to the plant – whether medically to help cope with anxiety and stress, or recreationally for the sheer pleasure of getting high. And as the legalization of cannabis continues to spread across the country (only 11 states remains to be […]

Electric & Hybrid Marine Expo Virtual “L

Posted on November 28, 2021 at 2:24 PM by Electric and Hybrid Marine United States and Canada Virtual “Live” Electric & Hybrid Marine Expo USA & Canada Virtual ‘Live’, a free online conference taking place December 7-9, 2021, will provide an indispensable platform for US shipowners, shipyards, operators, fleet managers, ship architects and port authorities […]