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.
Around 33 vessels have reported being 'attacked' by orcas since late July. Is it revenge, hunger, stress, or are they just reacting to 2020?
In two hours the crew amassed a truck-load of plastic wrappers, water bottles, Styrofoam containers, discarded metal pieces, fishing line and cigarette butts.
We had five days of 90-degree weather. Now day has turned to night and the apocalypse feels as if it's upon us.
The 17th Annual International Oceans Film Festival is on now. The event which usually runs in March has this year become a virtual event. In addition to the online screenings, the IOFF is hosting livestream interviews, Q&A sessions, and panel discussions with filmmakers.
Chartered by the Ocean Voyages Institute of Sausalito, the Kwai departed from Hilo on a voyage to the Garbage Patch to collect ghost nets and other marine debris.
Scientists Turn to Alameda’s Saildrone This week is World Oceans Week. One of our friends shared this story on social media, and we could not resist passing it along. Here’s a tale where yesterday’s science fiction is today’s science fact, with a group of San Francisco Bay Area tech innovators leading the way. More »
On Wednesday, a bill recommending targeted reforms to the Bay Conservation and Development Commission, or BCDC, will be up for discussion in Sacramento.
This coming Sunday, April 26, was to have been Opening Day on the Bay. Amazingly, the parade is on — but not in the usual fashion. Instead, PICYA invites sailors to enter model boats in a virtual parade.
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