Boating, Fishing, and Travel Information for Delray Beach, ICWW, FL
The city of Delray Beach is located in Palm Beach County, FL. The city has a rich history that begins with the Jaega people being the first inhabitants. In 1876 the area became home to the Orange Grove House of Refuge, a shelter for ship-wrecked sailors. In the early 1900s there were many settlers from the Bahamas as well as from Japan. The economy was fueled by agriculture, particularly the growing of pineapples, and then as it gained popularity also began to have tourism as a main industry. Today, tourists and residents alike are drawn to the area by the beautiful white sandy beaches, the Delray Beach Tennis Center that hosts international championships, and its rankings as one of America’s Most Fun Small Towns and, according to Coastal Living, the 3rd Happiest Seaside Town in America.
Hyper-local Stations to Provide Real-Time, Observational Data on Sea-Levels for 5 Coastal Towns Rockland, Maine -- US Harbors, in partnership with Divirod, a data and technology company, is launching a pilot program in Penobscot Bay, ME to test a new technology for water-level sensing. NOAA currently maintains 200 live, observational tide… Learn More
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By Mike Schuler. The Port of Boston welcomed its biggest containership to date over the weekend following a $850 million project to make the port “big ship ready.” The Evergreen ship MV Ever Fortune called at the Port of Boston’s Conley Container Terminal on Sunday. At 1,100 feet long, the… SEE MORE
Tropical tuna in the eastern Pacific Ocean gained renewed protections and science-based catch levels under resolutions advocated by the United States. They were adopted by the Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission at its virtual meeting in October. The IATTC also established a framework for foreign fishing vessels to face spot inspections when they… SEE MORE