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Waterway and Maritime Transportation Industry

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  • Duffy boat inventor running for City Council

    The mayor of Newport Beach now has a challenger for his City Council seat. Supported by more than 50 people who gave more than $60,000 at a "Draft Duffy" party Wednesday night, Marshall "Duffy" Duffield agreed to run for the District 3 seat — a...
  • The Harbor Report: The Walters weigh in on boating

    Have you ever watched the ventriloquist comedian Jeff Dunham when he is doing a routine with his puppet, Walter? The character is described as an old curmudgeon who says whatever we're afraid to say, because he just doesn't care anymore. When I was...
  • Mailbag: Councils' motto is 'Build, baby, build!'

    Re. "Westside makeover continues," (June 27): I'm grateful to the Daily Pilot for such stories as the one featured on the front page regarding a 60-unit live-work development rising right on the border of Costa mesa and Newport Beach. I'm grateful...
  • Newport council explores water taxi pilot project

    Before Newport Beach decides whether to go through with a water taxi pilot project, a Harbor Commission subcommittee suggested that it consider its neighbor to the north. The Marina del Rey WaterBus system would be the most feasible for Newport Beach to...
  • From the Boathouse: We all live in a Virginia submarine

    Ahoy after returning from the Big Apple! My show manager, Brenda Barnes, and I had a great time visiting New York City to attend the radio industry's Talkers New York 2014, held at the India House Club. The gathering was well attended, since the fall...
  • City worried about water jetpacks and similar devices

    Newport Beach city staff are concerned about a "proliferation" of new companies eyeing Newport Harbor as a place to take clients who wish to go airborne using water-propelled jetpacks and similar recreational devices. On Tuesday, City Council members...
  • Council agenda: floating docks, budget and more

    A presentation on the possible implementation of floating docks in Newport Harbor will be made during Tuesday's City Council study session. At the beginning of his yearlong tenure, Newport Beach Mayor Rush Hill requested that a subcommittee of the...
  • Newport firm to manage the Queen Mary

    A Newport Beach hospitality company that manages hotels throughout the state has been hired to manage the iconic Queen Mary docked in Long Beach Harbor. Evolution Hospitality, which manages a Courtyard by Marriott hotel in Anaheim and a Hard Rock Hotel...
  • Mailbag: We need the public's input on the harbor

    When it comes to Newport Harbor, everyone agrees on two things: It's one of the finest small craft harbors in the world and it's essentially built out. The 1,200 private homes on the bay take up 85% of the waterfront. The remaining portion is occupied...
  • From the Boathouse: Seeking support for abandoned boat law

    Ahoy! News of the week is that the Recreational Boaters of California (RBOC) is encouraging boaters to support SB 122, which was introduced by Sen. Ted W. Lieu. This bill will prevent the automatic sunset of the abandoned and derelict vessel program...
  • Rowland group tackles air quality after oil spill

    When the Deepwater Horizon exploded in 2010, sending millions of barrels of crude oil into the Gulf of Mexico, most scientists were concerned about the damage to sea life. Not many gave a whiff of thought to air quality. The Rowland-Blake Group at UC...
  • From the Boathouse: Houseboat now a true home

    Ahoy! Good news for permanently affixed floating homes. The Supreme Court issued a decision Jan. 15, in a 7-2 vote, that a floating home is not a boat, hence is not a vessel. U.S. Code defines the word "vessel" as including all means of water...