david lyon for the boston globe Passengers leave the Seastreak ferry that brought them from New Bedford to Oak Bluffs in an hour. New England getaways on public transportation. When the weather forecast calls for a city steamer, Martha's Vineyard ... Boston Globe, 1 month ago
By The National Transportation Safety Board's (NTSB) investigation into the allision of passenger vessel Seastreak Wall Street with Pier 11, Lower Manhattan, New York early last year has led the board to issue a safety alert regarding ...Maritime Global News, 3 weeks ago NTSB issues alert on passenger vessel stairway hazards Marine Log, 3 weeks ago
A Seastreak ferry heading to the Brooklyn Army Terminal ran aground on May 28, 2014, in Jamaica Bay near the Cross Bay Boulevard toll bridge. A Coast Guard boat came toBig News Network, 2 months ago Ferry runs aground near New York's Jamaica Bay Professional Mariner, 2 months ago Coast Guard responds to ferry aground near Jamaica Bay DVIDS, 2 months ago
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Sandy Hook Sandy Hook, NJ The vibe: As close as youll get to Cape Cod within 30 miles of NYC. The ghostly remains of Fort Hancock, a defunct US Army installation, linger at Sandy Hook's northern end. The turf: Overseen by the National Park ...New York Post, 3 weeks ago
The National Transportation Safety Board's Earl F. Weener responds to our March 2014 MarineNews BY THE NUMBERS feature, entitled Passenger Vessel Safety Record Defies NTSB Hit List. The NTSB Board Member takes issue with the inference that their ...Marine Link, 1 month ago
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