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  1. Royal Caribbean, Norwegian Cruise Lines Launch Cuba ServiceRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Bloomberg

    Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. won Cuban government approval to begin sailing to the island, one of the most hotly anticipated new travel destinations for the industry. Norwegian's Marina, part of its Oceania Cruises line, will sale from Miami on March 7, the company said Wednesday in a statement.


  2. Norwegian and Royal Caribbean get approval for Cuba cruisesRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Norwalk Citizen News

    In this May 2, 2016 file photo, Carnival's Fathom cruise line ship Adonia arrives from Miami in Havana, Cuba. On Wednesday, Dec. 7, Royal Caribbean and Norwegian cruises announced that they had received permission from the Cuban government to begin sailing from the U.S. to Cuba.


  3. 2016 Chuck Husick Award WinnerRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Ocean Navigator

    Every year via the Chuck Husick Marine Technology Award, Ocean Navigator looks at the latest offerings in marine tech - new products, new online services, new ways of approaching the challenges of voyaging. This year we had an excellent crop of new possibilities to consider.


  4. Sailing soon from the U.S. to Cuba: ships from Norwegian and Royal CaribbeanRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | The Miami Herald

    Regent Seven Seas' 700-passenger Seven Seas Mariner has been appoved to sail to Cuba in April with two trips that combine an overnight stay in Havana with other Caribbean stops. Royal Caribbean International's Empress of the Seas, the ship that the cruise line has previously said would sail to Cuba.


  5. Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. Brands All Receive Approval to Sail to CubaRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | GlobeNewswire

    Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. today announced that it has received approval from the government of the Republic of Cuba to operate cruises to Cuba, beginning March 2017. All three of the company's brands: Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises, will offer U.S. travelers the opportunity to visit the culturally and historically rich country on select sailings starting next year.


  6. Taking windsurfing into the streets of KaunasRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Surfing News

    A windsurfer has ridden the streets of the city of Kaunas, in Lithuania. The good news is that he didn't get a speeding ticket, and he was wearing a helmet.


  7. On This Date: The Most Puzzling Sea Serpent of AllRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Cryptomundo

    Are there large and strange unclassified animals roaming the oceans of the world? The best eyewitness evidence of this possibility came 111 years ago today from two British men of science, Michael J. Nicoll and E.G.B. Meade-Waldo. In 1905, these witnesses observed a "sea monster" which has never been explained.


  8. Royal Caribbean Cruises Finally Has Approval to Sail to CubaRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Skift

    It took longer than expected, but another U.S.-based cruise line is about to start sailing between the U.S. and Havana. As more wait their turn, we're curious how demand will hold up.


  9. 'SeaChange' Exhibit Inaugurates New Mystic Seaport GalleryRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago |

    Elysa Engelman, director of exhibits at the new Museum of America And The Sea, talks about how the inaugural exhibit 'SeaChange' highlights the beauty of the building. Elysa Engelman, director of exhibits at the new Museum of America And The Sea, talks about how the inaugural exhibit 'SeaChange' highlights the beauty of the building.


  10. South West bid for first ever eco transatlantic ferryRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Plymouth Evening Herald

    South West adventurers are launching a bid to provide the first ever transatlantic ferry service to operate entirely under sail and renewable energy. VoyageVert , headed by marine engineer Ross Porter who first found his sea legs in Torbay, is almost halfway to reaching a A 32,000 funding target with Crowdfunder .


  11. A Guide To Making 2017 Financial Market ForecastsRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha

    I have posted this before but I'm reposting this slightly updated version as it is exceedingly pertinent considering what is landing in my inbox as various institutions and departments have been asked to start preparing their top trades and financial calls for the next year. So here is a somewhat cynical guide to the whole process with some top tips for practitioners.


  12. What's That Weird Sailboat in Burlington Harbor?Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Seven Days

    If you've noticed a funky-looking boat moored in Burlington Harbor in recent months, you're not alone. The rust-colored vessel is draped in plastic tarps and sports the word Sled on its side, hand-lettered in red and gold paint.


  13. Young Brae man is named best trainee on the SwanRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Shetland Today

    The 2016 winner of the Swan Trust's Vevoe Trophy, presented each year to the best trainee sailing on Shetland's restored herring drifter the Swan , is John-Ross Ratter from Sparl, Brae. Aubrey Jamieson presents the Vevoe Trophy to sail trainee of the year John-Ross Ratter at the Swan end-of-season party on Saturday.


  14. Holiday hack: How to get DOUBLE the amount of annual leave next...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 2, 2016 | Daily Star

    In a perfect world, we would have as many holiday days as work days. Or, you know, no work days and life is just one big continuous holiday.


  15. Christmas funding joy for groups thanks to Gannett Foundation grants...Read the original story w/Photo

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  16. Eado Playhouse Opens with Limited Engagement Production of a New BrainRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago |

    In 1998, musical theatre masterminds, William Finn , James Lapine and Jason Robert Brown , premiered their mind-blowing "brain"-child, A NEW BRAIN , Off-Broadway. Closing out the year 2016, Houston's newest arts venue and Production Company , EaDo Playhouse, officially opens its doors with a brand new production of A NEW BRAIN .


  17. International award for Sea Anchor system from small town NZRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Scoop

    A family business from a small town at the top of New Zealand's South Island has just taken out a top award from the Industrial Fabrics Association International at their recent expo in North Carolina, USA. The association's International Achievement Award for design excellence in advanced textiles went to Coppins Sea Anchors for the innovative marine safety steerage and control system, which they designed, manufactured and delivered to Korea on time, under urgency.


  18. RORC Transatlantic Race to Grenada: Leopard 3 set to take monohull line honoursRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Caribbean News Now!

    By Louay Habib PORT LOUIS, Grenada -- The trade winds are back to normal, accelerating the speed of the yachts racing in the RORC Transatlantic Race. Mike Slade's Leopard is set to take Monohull Line Honours on Wednesday.


  19. French skipper de Pavant rescued in Vendee GlobeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Bangkok Post

    French skipper Kito de Pavant was rescued on Tuesday from his sinking yacht Bastide Otio, as countryman Armel Le Cleac'h held the Vendee Globe solo round the world race lead. French skipper Kito de Pavant gestures as he sails his Class Imoca monohull "Bastide Ostio" after the start of the Vendee Globe around-the-world solo sailing race, on November 6, 2016 off les Sables d'Olonne, western France De Pavant, 55, had been sailing in tenth position some 120 nautical miles to the north of the Crozet Islands in the southern Indian Ocean when his vessel struck an object and began to take on water.


  20. Retirement party held for Moore city managerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday |

    Retiring City Manager Steve Eddy told about 200 friends, relatives, city workers and others that he's a lucky man to have been able to serve his hometown. A reception was held last week at The Station at Central Park, 700 S Broadway, to honor Eddy's 17 years as city manager and his total of 27 years working for the city.