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A commercial fishing boat capsized off New York's Long Island Sunday, killing one crew member, the U.S...The maritime mishap involving a 45-foot boat occurred about 2 p.m...TV, New York, reported large waves overturned the Pauline IV.
Tuesday registered a case against a commandant after five fishermen died when a Coast Guard offshore class patrol vessel allegedly hit their trawler off Goa on April 25...The complainant Martin, who owns Sea Messiah, was first informed of the
A two-year ban preventing the super trawler from operating as a freezing and processing vessel for fish caught by other boats was announced by Federal Environment Minister Tony Burke on Friday. Seafish Tasmania wanted to use the Abel Tasman as a
I n a mishap off south Goa-Karwar coast, two fishermen died and four others went missing after a ship collided with a fishing trawler early Thursday morning. "We have rescued 23 crew members of trawler 'Sea Messiah' while four are still missing and
Originally published Thursday, April 4, 2013 at 3:00 PM Leviathan': a striking dive into life at sea A review of Leviathan, a spellbinding documentary shot in the North Atlantic under grim, dark conditions.
From the print edition Preparing for battle THE men untangling nets in Akkaraipettai harbour, in Tamil Nadu, southern India, know how to ease growing tension with Sri Lanka: scrap the international frontier. You can't put a border on air, so how can
Fifty-five fishermen apprehended by the agency were sent to Karachi," National Fish Workers' Forum general secretary Manish Lodhari told PTI. The boats were from Porbandar and the fishermen hailed from Gujarat, he said...Seventeen Indian fishermen
T he Indian Coast Guard has arrested 21 Pakistani fishermen off Jakhau coast in Gujarat for illegally intruding into Indian waters and seized three fishing trawlers, an official said on Saturday. "The Indian Coast Guard interceptor boat 'Meera Vahan',
Maine (AP) Fishery regulators are expanding Maine's shrimp season to seven days a week until the season closes on April 12 because the catch has been so low. Trawlers were limited to four days a week and trap fishermen to six days, but those limits
One of the last ever Soviet Union fishing trawlers has become the first foreign charter vessel (FCVs) to be reflagged to New Zealand colours, Maritime New Zealand (MNZ) says. The 24-year-old Ukrainian owned Mainstream has switched from Dominica's