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Deepwater boats are finding the Port of Toledo Shipyard a good place to prepare for the coming season. Port of Toledo Shipyard photo
Port of Toledo yard lined with big draggers
The GX5 is geostationary, staying above the same terrestrial region at all times — like all Inmarsat satellites. But that will change with he company’s launch of the GX10s and a constellation of LEO satellites.
Arctic Payload: Satellite comms are primed for northern climes
Simrad Navico’s autopilots draw on long history.
Setting the course for decades
Fishing for pink salmon is a family affair in Alaska. Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute/Ash Adams
Alaska seafood brings $5.7 billion to local economies
The crews of the F/V Ms Manya and F/V Grand Larson III hard at work on an August day, performing maintenance between trips in New Jersey’s Viking Village. Britton Spark photo.
BOEM to offer six New York Bight wind leases in Feb. 23 auction
The Seafood Nutrition Partnership supports U.S. fishing jobs and better health. ASMI image.
Eat Seafood America! marketers report 800 percent return from campaign
Peter Bowyer, manager of AquaBounty’s Indiana facility for producing genetically engineered salmon. AquaBounty photo
AquaBounty announces ‘commercial-scale’ salmon harvests, update on new facility
Melting glaciers could produce new Pacific salmon habitat in Alaska and British Columbia. Photo by Jonathan Moore/Simon Fraser University.
Glaciers’ retreat could open new Alaska salmon habitat
Coho salmon. NMFS photo.
Salmon return to California Central Coast tributaries
The 104 year old Ella K. has been working the Chesapeake Bay for 104 years. Larry Chowning photo
Wooden deck boat has been working the Chesapeake for 104 years
Lynn Marie and Hook & Ladder put on a good show in Maine’s Lobster Boat Races. Jon Johansen photo
Opinion: Marine insurance market not getting easier
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