It wasn’t your usual field trip, but then neither is life at sea.
The Coast Guard’s tall ship Eagle is heading home to Connecticut after spending four months being repaired in Baltimore.
The Pride of Baltimore II is back home Friday night. It pulled into port after months at sea on a special promotional tour.
No one’s complaining about another casualty from Hurricane Irene.
Carnival says the Carnival Pride is well ahead of the storm and has increased speed to arrive off the Mid-Atlantic coast by late Friday.
There is big, and then there’s the container ship Sindy. It’s the largest ship ever to dock in Baltimore.
Pirates will be roaming the streets of Fells Point in Baltimore this weekend.
A Delaware official says Navy plans to recycle rather than sink four retired warships won’t affect plans to scuttle a destroyer off the coast of Maryland.
The Navy says the Baltimore-based hospital ship USNS Comfort is preparing for a new mission to Central and South America and the Caribbean.
The Constellation is heading back to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor following repairs for rot caused by rainwater.
A Liberian ship is fined millions of dollars for illegally dumping waste oil at sea.
Federal agents have found more than two pounds of cocaine and heroin in a locker aboard the cruise ship Enchantment of the Seas in Baltimore.