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Photos: Coast Guard Cutter ‘Eagle’ In Bermuda

Photos: Coast Guard Cutter ‘Eagle’ In Bermuda

The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Eagle arrived in Bermuda today [July 4] as part of its 2015 cadet summer training deployment, mooring along Front Street in Hamilton.The Eagle will be open for free public tours on the following dates and times:Saturday, July 4 – 1:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Sunday, July 5 – 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Monday, July... Read more of this article

Drowning Call Ends With Teen Recovered Safely

Drowning Call Ends With Teen Recovered Safely

Emergency services in the east end responded to a 911 call reporting a drowning in Castle Harbour on Thursday evening [July 2] at approximately 8.00pm. A teen male was recovered from the water and met by police and an ambulance at a nearby dock where he was assessed to be okay.A Bermuda Maritime Operations spokesperson said, “On Thursday 2nd... Read more of this article

US Coast Guard Ship ‘Eagle’ To Visit Bermuda

US Coast Guard Ship ‘Eagle’ To Visit Bermuda

The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Eagle is scheduled to arrive in Bermuda on Saturday, July 4 as part of its 2015 cadet summer training deployment. The ship will be moored along Front Street in Hamilton. The Eagle will be open for free public tours on the following dates and times:Saturday, July 4 1:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Sunday, July 5 10:00 a.m. – 7:00... Read more of this article

Regiment Divers Celebrate 50th Anniversary

Regiment Divers Celebrate 50th Anniversary

Bermuda Regiment divers have launched an ambitious programme of wreck dives and conservation work to help celebrate the armed service’s 50th anniversary. Sergeant Major James Self said the programme included 50 wreck dives in 50 days – including conservation work on the 1609 remains of the Sea Venture, which led to the first settlement of the Island,... Read more of this article

Mistaken Sighting Of “Body” Leads To 911 Call

Mistaken Sighting Of “Body” Leads To 911 Call

A passing motorist was given a fright when she believed she saw a body face-down in Hamilton Harbour on Monday [June 29], placing a 911 call before realizing that the body in question was an active swimmer. A Bermuda Maritime Operations Center spokesperson said, “On Monday, June 29 at 7.05pm, a 911 call was received from a very concerned member... Read more of this article

Stray Kayak Leads To Marine Police Response

Stray Kayak Leads To Marine Police Response

Three children on a kayak that drifted out of sight of their caretaker resulted in Marine Police attending the scene yesterday [June 29], only to find that the kayak and its three occupants had already made their way safely to shore. A Bermuda Maritime Operations Center spokesperson said, “On Monday, June 29 at 5.03pm, a cell call was received... Read more of this article

Two Boats Break Free From Their Moorings

Two Boats Break Free From Their Moorings

Two boats broke free from their moorings this week, with their respective owners able to retrieve them thanks to reports made by members of the public. A Bermuda Maritime Operations Centre spokesperson said, “On Wednesday, June 24, 2015 at 9.10pm, Bermuda Radio received a report from a member of the public that the 32ft power craft “Pickle Onion”... Read more of this article

America’s Cup Theme For Christmas Boat Parade

America’s Cup Theme For Christmas Boat Parade

One of the most spectacular events of the Christmas holiday season will be making a return this year, with the Christmas Boat Parade set to take place in Hamilton Harbour at 6pm on Saturday December 12th,2015. Now running as a biennial event, the organisers says the 2015 Boat Parade will be bigger and better than ever and themed around the America’s... Read more of this article

BUEI Opens “Living With The Ocean” Exhibit

BUEI Opens “Living With The Ocean” Exhibit

Residents and visitors now have the opportunity to explore the world and its oceans with BUEI’s new “Living with the Ocean” exhibit which opened to the public this week. This brand new exhibit, a joint venture between BUEI and XL Catlin, explores how we interact with our oceans. The highlight of the exhibit is the Google Earth Liquid Galaxy. This... Read more of this article

14-Foot Catamaran Drifts Free, Then Returned

14-Foot Catamaran Drifts Free, Then Returned

A missing 14-foot Hobie-type catamaran was returned  to its owners by a good Samaritan after drifting free. A Bermuda Maritime Operations Centre spokesperson said, “On Sunday June 21 at 9.55am, Bermuda Radio was advised of the disappearance of a 14 foot Hobie type catamaran from a local watersports company. “The Hobie was at Mangrove Bay and... Read more of this article

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