The 18th International Ocean Film Festival (IOFF) is set to roll and ticket sales are now open. This year’s annual Festival will screen a record 80+ films from 17 countries, including 10 premieres and 9 award-winners.
There have been recent reports in the media about humpback whale sightings on the Bay, saying this is unusually early for them to be seen.
According to a New York 'Times' article, Benjamin Franklin was the first to map the Gulf Stream during a transatlantic crossing in the 1700s.
The SeaCleaners has unveiled the Manta, a giant catamaran designed to collect and process large quantities of floating plastic macro-waste at sea.
Clearly the Bay Area has a housing crisis, though just as clearly to most people, solving homelessness with illegal anchorages filling up with aging and poorly maintained vessels is not the solution.
Bay Area boatbuilder Saildrone has launched a new vessel, the Saildrone Surveyor — a 72-foot uncrewed surface vehicle (USV) equipped for high-resolution mapping of the ocean seafloor.
In late October, former Latitude 38 managing editor — and current freelancer — Tim Henry sat down with Out The Gate host Ben Shaw to discuss Tim's three-plus years on the local "waterfront beat."
If you see debris from your boat, during a beach walk, or even on a social media post, share the details using the Floating Marine Plastic Debris Accumulation Reporting Tool.
The Bay Area's saltiest city has been discussing its blueprint for future growth, which has included debate over the Marinship, Sausalito's working waterfront.
The US Coast Guard Research and Development Center (RDC) has announced that it will begin testing and evaluating the use of unmanned surface vehicles off the south shore of Oahu.
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