Monthly Archives: January 2011

New ships sliding into busy waters; offering new features, deals and meals

The result is that the cruise lines have offered unheard of incentives to fill their ships

Cap’n Larry Jarboe goes underwater for fresh fish!

Cap’n Larry Jarboe wants all of his many fans and constituents to know that he has spent countless days snorkeling, checking underwater reefs and wildlife for new stories and details…

Coast Guard Cutter Capstan breaks ice near Baltimore

BALTIMORE – The crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Capstan, homeported in Philadelphia, breaks ice on the Chesapeake Bay near the Sassafras River in Maryland, Jan. 14, 2011. The Capstan and its crew conducted ice breaking operations in the upper Chesapeake Bay for three days. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Jonathan Lindberg.

Celebrity Lays Claim to Upscale Biz with Posh New Ships; Ends Service to Baltimore Despite Booming Market

The huge advantage for Baltimore or New York passengers is not to have to fly to Florida and be concerned by TSA groping at security screening as well as airline delays, cramped seats and long lines.

Coast Guard cites striped bass poachers off N.C. coast

 PORTSMOUTH, Va. (Jan. 17, 2011)– The Coast Guard boarded and cited several fishing vessels in violation of federal law including one vessel in possession of 58 illegally caught Atlantic striped…

$100,000 in heroin seized on cruise ship in Baltimore by customs, ICE agents

  Joint CBP, ICE Inspection Nets Cruise Ship Heroin, Cocaine CBP K-9 Sniffs out Nearly $100k in Dangerous Drugs on Enchantment of the Seas  BALTIMORE (Jan. 11, 2011)–A U.S. Customs…

Illicit action at Love Point; death by oyster dredge; importing deer across state line for illegal purpose; hunter held at gunpoint

 Queen Anne’s County – (Jan. 11, 2011) — Sgt. Art Windemuth of the NRP reports that on January 5, 2011 at 11:30 a.m., the Maryland Natural Resources Police (NRP) charged Daniel Leroy…

A Boom Town Grows Up

His father Israel Millison, known everywhere as “Jake,” came to America shortly before the turn of the century from Lithuania.