Maybe It’s Time for Tiny Submarines?

The U.S. Navy already is beginning to plan for its next class of attack submarine, a high-tech -- and potentially very expensive -- new vessel to succeed the Virginia-class boats that the sailing branch currently is buying.The new SSN(X), which could begin production in the early 2030s, should be something radically new and not a…

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A Royal Caribbean passenger was prohibited from the cruise line for life after she stepped over the railing and stood on the edge of her ship to posture for a picture (RCL)

A Royal Caribbean International passenger was photographed standing on the edge of her ship, The Sun first reported.A Royal Caribbean representative confirmed the incident to Business Insider and said the passenger was kicked off of the ship once it docked in Falmouth, Jamaica. She has been banned from the cruise line.Royal Caribbean's guest-conduct policy says,…

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SeaBus trips cut, bus cancellations loom, in Metro Vancouver transit strike

Summary There are more SeaBus sailing cancellations on Wednesday morning, on day six of Metro Vancouver's transit strike Dozens of SeaBus sailings have been cancelled since Friday VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – Commuters have been warned to expect some bus cancellations as job action by transit workers continues across Metro Vancouver, but SeaBus service connecting Vancouver…

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Goodbye, America: Greta Thunberg to Sail Again After Climate Talks Relocate

Greta Thunberg aboard La Vagabonde on Wednesday as the 48-foot catamaran sailed out of Hampton, Va., bound for Spain.Credit...Rob Ostermaier/The Virginian-Pilot, via Associated PressNov. 12, 2019Want climate news in your inbox? Sign up here for Climate Fwd:, our email newsletterGreta Thunberg is sailing across the Atlantic, again. It’s much sooner than she had planned, but not…

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