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Columbia dredging keeps open last interstate ferry between Oregon, Washington

Corps has overseen maintenance of the channel for Wahkiakum County’s ferry since 1994.

Eric Ferguson is one of three full-time captains with Wahkiakum County who ferry about 80,000 people a year between Puget Island, Washington, and Westport on the Oscar B, the only remaining interstate ferry on the Columbia River. 57 more words

Modi's RoRo ferry service is already a go go for Indians and India Inc

Modi, while inaugurating a RoRo ferry service in Gujarat, said it was the first of its kind. But RoRo vessels have been used by companies to move goods and by a handful of state governments to move no… 220 more words


NCDOT announces new ferry

MANNS HARBOR, N.C. (WAVY)– The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) announced Wednesday morning that it will be receiving a new river class ferry.

Construction of the ferry is valued at $9.7 million and is expected to be delivered by March 2019.  62 more words

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Anguilla: Exotic finds, fried fish and the Blues

I had the pleasure and immense honor of attending Anguilla’s first ever Folk & Blues Festival on the gorgeous beach of Rendezvous Bay last month. It was an amazing experience, made even more memorable when I combined it with exploring unknown parts of the island in my rental car and eating fresh fried fish, while enjoying Anguilla’s other more popular blues, that of its clear waters. 1,147 more words

Toronto Islands finally open to public after spring flooding

Toronto Island Park is now open to the public for the first time this summer after the popular destination was shut down in early May due to flooding. 390 more words


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Toronto Island Park closed until further notice due to rising water levels

Toronto Island Park will remain closed for the foreseeable future due to rising water levels.

City officials said Lake Ontario and watershed levels remain high following a recent spate of wet weather and that it could take weeks for the water to subside. 243 more words