A federal appeals court ruled that an injury suffered on a recreational boat anchored in a shallow though navigable recreational bay falls under admiralty jurisdiction despite a 1972 U.S. Supreme Court decision that narrows admiralty’s purview a bit to weed out “absurd” cases that have little to do with maritime commerce.
New this year at Yachts Miami Beach was Superyachts Miami at Island Gardens Deep Harbour marina on Watson Island, where about 18 superyachts were berthed away from the crowds that descended on Collins Avenue and Virginia Key. Affluent brokerage clients from that rarefied world where a price tag of tens of millions for a yacht…more
Inspired by a desire to spare parents the pain of losing their children in boating accidents, a bill that would give boaters a registration discount if they carry an EPIRB or personal locator beacon aboard cleared the Florida legislature.
The Florida Senate voted 36-2 Monday to adopt a House-initiated bill that would limit anchoring at five locations in Broward and Miami-Dade counties. The House approved the measure by a vote of 105-12 on Friday.
The Florida House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly, 105-12, on Friday to adopt a bill that would restrict anchoring at five locations in Broward and Miami-Dade counties.
The Florida House of Representatives on Thursday voted down an amendment that would have added a location on the Gulf Coast where anchoring would be restricted under a proposed bill creating exemptions to a 2009 state law that prohibits localities from keeping liveaboards or cruising boats from anchoring in their waters.
A bill that would limit anchoring at five locations in Broward and Miami-Dade counties cleared a Florida Senate subcommittee on Wednesday in an 8-1 vote.
MIAMI — A glut of information. A proliferation of media platforms — print, digital, video. New social media — Twitter, Facebook, Instagram. How is all this changing the way writers, editors and publicists do their jobs successfully?
MIAMI — The National Marine Manufacturers Association and Boating Writers International announced the winners of the 2016 Progressive Insurance Miami International Boat Show Innovation Awards, which were presented during the annual industry breakfast.
FORT LAUDERDALE — “Today’s extreme tides are tomorrow’s daily tides,” Pam Rubinoff warned at a seminar Thursday at the International Marina & Boatyard Conference on ways to reduce the effects of storms and sea-level rise on waterfronts.