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Huge Dock Washed Ashore on Oregon Coast is Debris from Japan’s Tsunami

Japanese officials have confirmed that a huge dock that washed ashore on the Oregon coast is debris from last year’s tsunami – the first to reach the state from last year’s disaster in Japan. Disposing of the dock washed up on Agate … Continue reading

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Radioactive Tuna Found in Pacific

While researchers may not be as alarmed by this research as others, it’s important to be aware of this not only when purchasing fish, but especially when you’ve got your own hook out for anything while cruising. Bluefin tuna caught … Continue reading

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50 Foot Vessel from Japan Tsunami a Navigation Hazard Off B.C.

If you’re cruising in the Pacific Northwest be weary of this large navigation hazard from the Japan tsunami. A large fishing vessel swept away by the tsunami that devastated Japan last year has been spotted adrift off British Columbia in … Continue reading

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Japan Tsunami Flotsam Beginning to Strike West Coast of U.S.

There is no doubt that all boaters in the Pacific need to be very aware of this serious debris hazard and of course, the environmental impact that comes with it. At this very moment, up to 25 million tons of … Continue reading

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