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Two Women, and Their Dogs, Rescued After Nearly 5 Months Lost at Sea

Two Women, and Their Dogs, Rescued After Nearly 5 Months Lost at Sea

In a photograph released by the Navy, Tasha Fuiaba, center, climbed aboard the vessel the Ashland on Wednesday after she and her friend were rescued.
:  Banking on Tito’s Yacht to Steer a Cultural Renaissance

: Banking on Tito’s Yacht to Steer a Cultural Renaissance

Galeb, the nearly 80-year-old yacht that once belonged to the Yugoslav leader Josip Broz Tito, has been rusting for years in Rijeka, Croatia.
:  Banking on Tito’s Yacht to Steer a Cultural Renaissance

: Banking on Tito’s Yacht to Steer a Cultural Renaissance

Galeb, the nearly 80-year-old yacht that once belonged to the Yugoslav leader Josip Broz Tito, has been rusting for years in Rijeka, Croatia.
New York City’s Ferry Fleet Is Off to a Fast Start

New York City’s Ferry Fleet Is Off to a Fast Start

After launching in May, New York City’s ferry system has proved enormously popular, with ridership far exceeding expectations.
Ghostly Boats Carry North Korean Crews, Dead and Alive, to Japan

Ghostly Boats Carry North Korean Crews, Dead and Alive, to Japan

A man tries to peek inside a wooden boat that washed ashore on northwestern Japan’s Miyazawa Beach with eight corpses inside. Yellow sign reads “Danger” and “Please stay away.”
Ghostly Boats Carry North Korean Crews, Dead and Alive, to Japan

Ghostly Boats Carry North Korean Crews, Dead and Alive, to Japan

A man tries to peek inside a wooden boat that washed ashore on northwestern Japan’s Miyazawa Beach with eight corpses inside. Yellow sign reads “Danger” and “Please stay away.”

Reuniting With Boats in the Virgin Islands

The U.S. Coast Guard is working to retrieve boats that were displaced during Hurricanes Irma and Maria. Ralph Evey's vessel was rescued in a two-day process involving cranes and buoys.

Reuniting With Boats in the Virgin Islands

The U.S. Coast Guard is working to retrieve boats that were displaced during Hurricanes Irma and Maria. Ralph Evey's vessel was rescued in a two-day process involving cranes and buoys.
Recovering What Was Lost in the U.S. Virgin Islands, One Boat at a Time

Recovering What Was Lost in the U.S. Virgin Islands, One Boat at a Time

Salvage workers lifted a damaged sailboat from the waters off St. Thomas, one of the United States Virgin Islands, this month.
Recovering What Was Lost in the U.S. Virgin Islands, One Boat at a Time

Recovering What Was Lost in the U.S. Virgin Islands, One Boat at a Time

Salvage workers lifted a damaged sailboat from the waters off St. Thomas, one of the United States Virgin Islands, this month.
1 Dead After Boat Catches Fire While Carrying Dozens to Floating Casino Off Florida

1 Dead After Boat Catches Fire While Carrying Dozens to Floating Casino Off Florida

A boat carrying 50 people headed to a casino boat northwest of Tampa, Fla., caught on fire, forcing passengers to jump overboard to escape the flames.
Kiribati Ferry Search Expands After 7 Are Found Alive

Kiribati Ferry Search Expands After 7 Are Found Alive

A dinghy, left, was found in the Pacific carrying seven survivors from a missing ferry; they were taken to the fishing boat at right.
Kiribati Ferry Search Expands After 7 Are Found Alive

Kiribati Ferry Search Expands After 7 Are Found Alive

A dinghy, left, was found in the Pacific carrying seven survivors from a missing ferry; they were taken to the fishing boat at right.
New Doubts in Natalie Wood’s Death: ‘I Don’t Think She Got in the Water by Herself’

New Doubts in Natalie Wood’s Death: ‘I Don’t Think She Got in the Water by Herself’

Natalie Wood and Robert Wagner in 1980. Her drowning in 1981 was initially ruled an accident but the case was reopened in 2011.
New Doubts in Natalie Wood’s Death: ‘I Don’t Think She Got in the Water by Herself’

New Doubts in Natalie Wood’s Death: ‘I Don’t Think She Got in the Water by Herself’

Natalie Wood and Robert Wagner in 1980. Her drowning in 1981 was initially ruled an accident but the case was reopened in 2011.
New Doubts in Natalie Wood’s Death: ‘I Don’t Think She Got in the Water by Herself’

New Doubts in Natalie Wood’s Death: ‘I Don’t Think She Got in the Water by Herself’

Natalie Wood and Robert Wagner in 1980. Her drowning in 1981 was initially ruled an accident but the case was reopened in 2011.
Redemption of a Lost Prodigy

Redemption of a Lost Prodigy

Saul Chandler, in the boatyard on City Island in the Bronx, where violin is rarely heard.
Dragon Boats Capsize in Southern China; 17 Rowers Drown

Dragon Boats Capsize in Southern China; 17 Rowers Drown

The two dragon boats that capsized on the Taohua River in Guilin, China. Seventeen people are reported to have died when the boats flipped, throwing dozens of rowers into the water.
As Ridership Surges, Ferries to Get $300 Million to Expand Service

As Ridership Surges, Ferries to Get $300 Million to Expand Service

Responding to overwhelming demand, Mayor Bill de Blasio has pledged an additional $300 million to expand the city’s commuter ferry service.
For Some in the Hamptons, It’s Not a Home Without a Dock

For Some in the Hamptons, It’s Not a Home Without a Dock

A view of Howard Deutsch’s North Haven, N.Y., home from his 245-foot dock. Next to the bulkhead is a sleeping cottage.