The Ship Report
More on on running lights from Capt Robert Johnson.
A look back in the archives at an interview with Capt Robert Johnson about ship running lights.
A look a back in the archives at a conversation with Capt Debprah Dempsey and Radio Officer Terry Wilson, about rogue waves,
The conclusion of the story of the sinking of the Meteor.
I’m taking a little time off this week and am sharing some great clips from the archives. Today is part one of the Sinking of the Meteor, told by Michael McCusker as only he can.
Every year in August, the Buoy 10 salmon fishery opens, and lots of boaters in small craft head out onto the lower Columbia off Astoria. It’s an opportunity for great fishing, and also an opportunity
The Tourist No. 2 is an old wooden ferry, with a long history in Astoria, that’s currently lying on its side in shallow water off the Astoria waterfront, leaking diesel. Her owner apparently doesn’t h
The John Day Dam lock system upriver from the Dalles is broken and a workaround in place means tug and barge traffic is slow through the dam. This would be an issue anytime, but more so now – because
Today we’ll take a look at the latest 2nd quarter data from the Seafarer Happiness Index. It shows mariner satisfaction is up significantly from low numbers in the first quarter of this year. But prob
Right now a boat that played a big part in Astoria’s history is sitting partially sunk off the city’s waterfront. It’s the Tourist No.2, one of the ferries that used to take passengers across the rive