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U.S. Boat Sales Reached 13-Year High in 2020

1/12/2021 by US Harbors

With heightened interest in outdoor recreation activities and ways to social distance, consumer demand for new boats surged across the country in 2020. The National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA), representing North American recreational boat, engine and marine accessory manufacturers, reports that retail unit sales of new powerboats in the U.S. increased last… SEE MORE

Right Whale Festival 2019

Vessel Slow Speed Zone Southeast of Nantucket to Protect Right Whales

12/16/2020 by US Harbors

In Effect Through December 29 NOAA Fisheries is implementing a Slow Zone (voluntary vessel speed restriction zone) southeast of Nantucket, Massachusetts. On December 14, 2020 the New England Aquarium aerial survey team noted presence of right whales in this area triggering a slow zone. Mariners, please go around this area or go… SEE MORE

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America's Great Loop on a Budget

11/19/2020 by US Harbors

Interest in the Great Loop, the 6,000-mile boat trip that circumnavigates the eastern US and part of Canada, is growing rapidly. But, as many consider taking on this adventure of a lifetime, a frequent question is “Can I afford it?” The simple answer is yes, as there are many ways… SEE MORE

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Slow Speed Zone SE of NYC to Protect Right Whales

11/18/2020 by US Harbors

In Effect Through December 2 NOAA Fisheries is triggering a Slow Zone (voluntary vessel speed restriction zone), southeast of New York City. This Slow Zone was triggered on November 17, 2020, when the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute acoustic monitoring buoy detected right whales in the New York Bight, New York. Mariners, please go around this… SEE MORE