All traces of Shinil Group are vanishing from the internet.
Maud, which sunk in Arctic Canada in 1930, was floated across the Atlantic to its new home in a museum in Vollen.
MarineTraffic has made it easier to peek into a whole different world, almost beyond nations and addresses and public property records.
As dumb as it was for him to venture under the bridge, we're very glad he got out of this unscathed.
Moiré effect beacons are a clever and hard to research part of maritime navigation.
These amazing boats have neither paddles nor engines, yet they're still able to ferry people across shores.
The number one rule of boat repair is to not light your boat on fire. Then again, rules are made to be broken.
The guy taking this video could not be more smug about it either.