GIBY’s NEW Big Rig

2/19/2020 - Great Island Boat Yard has just taken delivery of a NEW 60-ton hydraulic trailer, built by Hostar Marine. This new piece of equipment supports GIBY's continued growth and expands the yard's ability to handle larger vessel traffic. Typical refit and service projects at GIBY are for boats in the 45'… SEE MORE
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20-Foot Great White Spotted Off Florida Coast

2/17/2020 - By Ed Killer. During a dive charter trip on Walker’s Dive Charters out of Riviera Beach on Tuesday, a group of scuba divers encountered a once-in-a-lifetime experience — a great white shark. The encounter took place near a spot known as The Breakers Reef, a location just one mile offshore… SEE MORE
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Trump Administration Cuts Back Federal Protections for Streams and Wetlands

2/10/2020 - By Scott Neuman and Colin Dwyer. The Environmental Protection Agency is dramatically reducing the amount of U.S. waterways that get federal protection under the Clean Water Act — a move that is welcomed by many farmers, builders and mining companies but is opposed even by the agency's own science advisers.… SEE MORE
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$90 Million Boat Basin Overhaul in the Works

2/3/2020 - By Jason Cohen. The 79th Street Boat Basin, one of the Upper West Side's quirkiest features, may get a much-needed $90 million face-lift if a Parks Department plan secures the necessary approvals. Nate Grove, chief of Waterfront and Marine Operations for the Parks Department, presented the proposed plan to Community… SEE MORE