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2 rescued as 80-foot yacht sinks off Florida coast

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Two boaters were rescued from a sinking 80-foot yacht over the weekend after the vessel struck a submerged dredge pipe off the coast of Florida , authorities said.

The operator of the motor yacht Atlantis sent a distress call around 11:30 a.m. Saturday stating the vessel struck an object and began taking on water about three miles off St. Augustine Beach, the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) said.

Marine units with St. Johns County Fire Rescue rescued two people aboard the sinking yacht. One of the individuals suffered minor injuries and was taken to a local hospital in stable condition, the USCG said.

Photos show the stern of the yacht sinking beneath the water and tipping the bow straight toward the sky.

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The Atlantis, an 80-foot motor yacht, sank about three miles off the coast of St. Augustine Beach. (St. Johns County Fire Rescue )

The vessel is believed to have struck a dredge pipe piling that was partially submerged, according to St. Johns County Fire Rescue.

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Officials said the vessel is believed to have struck a dredge pipe piling that was partially submerged. (St. Johns County Fire Rescue )

The Coast Guard thanked St. Johns County Fire Rescue, local police and nearby good Samaritans for helping to coordinate the rescue of the stranded mariners from the sinking yacht.

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The two individuals aboard the yacht were recued. (St. Johns County Fire Rescue)

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The yacht operator issued a distress call around 11:30 a.m. on Saturday. (St. Johns County Fire Rescue)

Officials also noted that the luxury yacht activated its properly registered emergency position indicating radio beacon (EPIRB) to allow rescuers to pinpoint the vessel's location.

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The Atlantis, an 80-foot motor yacht, takes on water after it struck an object in the water. (U.S. Coast Guard)

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A hazard to navigation broadcast was issued to alert mariners of the partially submerged vessel. (U.S. Coast Guard)

"With the weather improving and mariners heading out onto the water, it's imperative for everyone to verify the presence of all necessary safety equipment aboard their vessel," said Senior Chief Petty Officer Ricardo Santacana, the command duty officer of Sector Jacksonville. "This ensures that responders, as demonstrated in this case, can swiftly locate you and render assistance when an emergency arises." 

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The vessel struck something submerged in the water and began taking on water. (St. Johns County Fire Rescue)

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The vessel's owner is expected to arrange for the salvage of the yacht. (St. Johns County Fire Rescue)

The owner of the Atlantis is expected to arrange salvage, according to USCG officials.

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$1 million, 80-foot luxury Sunseeker Atlantis yacht sinks off Florida coast. Photos, what we know

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Two people were rescued off the Florida coast Saturday when an 80-foot luxury sports yacht began sinking according to a release from the U.S. Coast Guard in Jacksonville.

Unlike other recent incidents in other parts of the world, no orcas were involved in this yacht going down. The operator reported that the boat hit something in the water.

At 11:37 a.m. the operator of the yacht radioed that they were taking on water three miles off the coast of St. Augustine Beach. Multiple agencies responded, the Coast Guard said.

When marine units from St. Johns Sheriff's Office and St. Augustine Police Department arrived, the boat was already partially submerged. Two people were safely removed.

“We extend our heartfelt gratitude to our partner agencies for their invaluable assistance during this case," said U.S. Coast Guard Senior Chief Petty Officer Ricardo Santacana. “With the weather improving and mariners heading out onto the water, it's imperative for everyone to verify the presence of all necessary safety equipment aboard their vessel. This ensures that responders, as demonstrated in this case, can swiftly locate you and render assistance when an emergency arises.” 

Here's what we know.

Why did the Sunseeker Atlantis yacht sink off the coast of Florida?

According to the operator of the boat, it struck something.

St. Johns County Fire Rescue reported it was a dredge pipe piling and a photo of the piling shows a bent sign.

Was anyone hurt when the Sunseeker Atlantis yacht sank?

One person suffered minor injuries and was taken to a local hospital in stable condition, St. Johns County Fire Rescue said in a Facebook post .

What kind of yacht sank off the St. Augustine Beach coast?

The boat appears to be a Sunseeker Atlantis , built in the United Kingdom and delivered in 1999, according to Boat International.

The motor yacht is one of 21 Predator 80 models. It has two Caterpillar diesel engines, a top speed of 45 knots and a cruising speed of 40 knots, with room for up to six guests in three staterooms, plus two crewmembers.

The yacht was designed by naval architect Don Shead, with interiors from designer Ken Freivokh, Boat International said. Similar Sunseeker Predator 80 yachts have been listed for around $1 million.

What will happen to the Sunseeker yacht Atlantis?

A hazard has been issued to alert others of the partially submerged vessel.

The owner of the boat will arrange salvage and the cause of the incident is under investigation, the Coast Guard said.

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Killer whales attack and sink sailing yacht in the Strait of Gibraltar — again

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A sailing yacht sunk in the Strait of Gibraltar on Sunday after an unknown number of orcas  slammed into the vessel with two people on board and caused a water leak, officials said. Both crew members were rescued by a passing oil tanker, said Spain's maritime rescue service, marking the latest killer whale attack on a boat in what has become a pattern in recent years.

The incident happened at around 9 a.m. local time in the narrow strait between Spain and Morocco that has become a notorious site of human interactions with pods of killer whales that, for reasons still not fully understood, ram into boats and at times even sink them . In this case, crew members on board the SV Alboran Cognac yacht put out an emergency call for an evacuation after they encountered orcas roughly 14 miles off the coast of Cape Spartel. 

The crew members reported feeling blows to the hull of the vessel and rudder, which was damaged by the whales, the rescue service said. The agency's coordination center in Tarifa, on the Spanish side of the Strait of Gibraltar, helped arrange for their evacuation via the tanker MT Lascaux. The tanker was able to collect the crew members from the sinking yacht within the hour, and they disembarked in Gibraltar before 10:30 a.m. They abandoned the SV Alboran Cognac, which proceeded to completely disappear into the ocean.

Anyone sailing through waters from the Gulf of Cádiz in southern Spain and the Strait of Gibraltar, either in a larger motorized vessel or a personal sailing boat, is advised to avoid certain areas that the maritime rescue service marks as potentially dangerous spots for orca interactions. The greatest threats exist between May and August, when officials say that pods of killer whales are most commonly seen in those parts of the Atlantic. 

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But previously recorded incidents suggest those dangers may be present at any time. Last October, a Polish boat touring company reported that a pod of orcas had managed to sink one of its yachts after repeatedly slamming into the steering fin for 45 minutes, causing it to leak. Last June, two sailing teams competing in an international race around the world reported frightening scenarios in which multiple orcas rammed into or pushed up against their boats or as they sailed west of Gibraltar. 

No one on board any of the vessels was hurt in those encounters, but the documented rise in confrontational behavior has researchers and sailors trying to determine why orcase have attempted to sink or capsize so many boats off the coasts of Spain and Portugal. 

Some sailors have even resorted to blasting thrash metal music in a bid to deter the apex predators.

Reports of orcas interacting with humans have more than tripled in the last two years or so, according to the research group GTOA, which has documented hundreds of such incidents in the region since 2020. But some of the latest data points to possible changes in the orcas' etiquette, with the group reporting only 26 interactions in the Strait of Gibraltar and Bay of Biscay areas between January and May of this year. That number is 65% lower than the number of interactions recorded in the region over the same months last year, and 40% lower than the average number of interactions recorded in the same months between 2021 and 2023, according to GTOA.

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Dramatic video shows 130ft superyacht sinking off Italy coast after being battered in storm

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Dramatic footage has captured the moment a 40-metre superyacht sank into the Mediterranean sea after being battered in a storm.

The 40-metre-long luxury vessel was sailing from Gallipoli to Milazzo overnight on Saturday when it got into trouble around 15km from Italy’s Catanzaro Marina.

Footage shows the yacht, named My Saga, rapidly disappearing beneath waves, as lifeboats appear to float beside it.

The captain sent out a distress call to the Port Authority of Crotone, with officials told the yacht was taking on a significant amount of water from the stern.

The Italian coastguard dispatched two patrol vessels and rescued all four passengers and five crew members on board.

A tugboat sent out at dawn was unable to save the superyacht from sinking because of worsening weather conditions, the Super Yacht Times reports. The Saga finally sank at around 1pm on Sunday.

The outlet reports the yacht, which was built in Monaco back in 2007, was flying under the Cayman Islands flag with an all-Italian crew when it sunk.

An investigation has been launched into the cause.

The yacht named My Saga sank on Saturday

It comes after a £6 million superyacht sunk after it went up in flames in the UK on the Torquay harbourside.

The 85ft vessel was consumed by fire , with thick black smoking billowing into the sky.

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The yacht reportedly drifted out into the harbour after the fire burnt through ropes securing it to the pier, but the vessel was later secured by the fire service.

A fire service statement revealed that the vessel contained approximately 8000 litres of diesel fuel.

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Video captures 130-foot superyacht sinking off southern coast of Italy

A superyacht sank off the southern coast of Italy over the weekend of Aug. 20 in a spectacular capsizing captured on video and shared on Twitter by the Italian coast guard.

The video compilation shows the My Saga , a roughly 130-foot boat, struggling against the waves before slowly sinking into the water.

The yacht was sailing from the town of Gallipoli to Milazzo, Sicily, on Aug. 20, local news outlets reported, when it began to take on water and eventually sank some hours later about nine nautical miles off the port of Catanzaro.

All crew members and passengers were rescued and uninjured, the coast guard said on Twitter. It said it launched an investigation to determine what happened.

Nei giorni scorsi, la #GuardiaCostiera di #Crotone ha coordinato operazioni di salvataggio di passeggeri ed equipaggio di uno yacht di 40m, affondato a 9 miglia al largo di #CatanzaroMarina . Avviata inchiesta amministrativa per individuarne le cause. #SAR #AlServizioDegliAltri pic.twitter.com/kezuiivqsM — Guardia Costiera (@guardiacostiera) August 22, 2022

The My Saga first reported a problem on Aug. 20 after setting sail from Gallipoli , on Italy’s southeastern peninsula, according to the country’s National Associated Press Agency (ANSA). Patrol boats from the Italian coast guard in Crotone and the European Border and Coast Guard Agency (Frontex) were dispatched to the scene.

They found the ship taking on water from its stern. Five people — four passengers and a member of the crew — were initially rescued on a Romanian patrol boat acting on behalf of Frontex. They were then transferred to the coast guard boat and taken to Catanzaro.

According to an Italian official who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss details of an ongoing investigation, the My Saga flew a Cayman Islands flag and was owned by a Danish company. The group on board when the boat took on water included six Italian nationals, two Danish citizens and a South African national, the person said.

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The owner contracted a towing company to attempt to rescue the ship, according to the official. A tugboat, the Alessandro Second, arrived and took the four remaining crew members — including the captain — onboard before beginning to tow the ship toward Crotone. But bad weather made the process difficult, as did the position of the yacht, which was tilted into the water.

Eventually, the tugboat abandoned the yacht, and it sank into the Gulf of Squillace. The coast guard took the remaining crew members to Catanzaro.

It’s not the first time a sinking yacht has captured attention on the internet. In May, rapper Cardi B posted footage on social media of a yacht sinking near her hotel while she was on vacation in an unknown location. The artist could be heard screaming as she asked whether there wasn’t a “big boat that could save it.” Eventually, she said “bye-bye” as it disappeared into the water. She later clarified that no one was onboard .

I can’t believe I’m actually watching a yacht sink pic.twitter.com/dLL3ZJJv9R — Cardi B (@iamcardib) May 28, 2022

The same month, passersby watched as another multimillion-dollar yacht, the Rendezvous, sank in Torquay Harbor, a marina in southwestern England, after a fire broke out onboard. Authorities warned of potential air and water pollution because the yacht carried about nine metric tons of diesel.

And earlier this month, the 145-foot Aria SF caught fire off the Balearic island of Formentera in Spain in an incident that was also captured on camera and shared widely on social media. Those onboard were evacuated, and no one was hurt, the Guardian reported . The roughly $23 million yacht had reportedly just been delivered to its owner.

Chico Harlan contributed to this report.

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WATCH: Superyacht Capsizes and Sinks Off the Coast of Southern Italy in Shocking Video

It is unknown what caused the 40-meter-long vessel called "My Saga" to go under

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A 40-meter-long (131-foot) superyacht capsized nine miles off the coast of Catanzaro, Italy on Saturday.

Shocking footage released by the Italian coast guard shows the vessel, named My Saga, sinking stern-first near the Catanzaro Marina.

According to the BBC , "the Italian coast guard rescued all nine people on board – four passengers and five crew. The outlet reported the ship was heading from Gallipoli to Milazzo.

An investigation of the incident is ongoing and it is still unclear what caused the yacht to sink.

In the video tweeted by the Italian coast guard, the yacht is seen floating on its side amid rough waters before its rear starts dipping into the Ionian Sea.

The footage cuts to the vessel then halfway submerged in the water before it quickly vanishes beneath the surface.

Along with the video, the coast guard wrote a caption. Translated from Italian it reads, "In recent days, the #GuardiaCostiera of #Crotone coordinated rescue operations for passengers and crew of a 40m yacht, which sank 9 miles off the coast of #CatanzaroMarina. Administrative investigation was launched to identify the causes."

My Saga was designed by Tim Heywood and Jean-Marc Achy. It was equipped "with a teak deck, a steel hull, and aluminum superstructure," according to the London-based luxury lifestyle publisher, BOAT International .

The superyacht boasted six cabins that could accommodate up to 12 guests and eight crew members.

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Sunken but not stirred.

Footage captured the calamitous moment that a massive superyacht named “007” sank — with five passengers inside — in Greece

The maritime disaster occurred Friday night after the 160-foot vessel, which reportedly sails under a British flag but is owned by a Swiss businessman, experienced a GPS malfunction off Kythos Island, SWNS reported. This reportedly prompted the captain to bring it closer to shore than was advisable.

As a result, the James Bond-themed luxury boat hit the rocks, and began taking on water with five passengers inside.

“In trying not to be sunk, he sailed closer to shore, in less than 10 meters depth — and that’s how the ship got to that position,” explained a boat owner who witnessed the catastrophe.

Accompanying footage, uploaded to YouTube, shows the swanky vessel, which sports a helipad, lying half-sunken on its side around 50 feet from the nearby Kolona Beach.

The pleasure cruiser hit the rocks off Kythos Island, Greece at around 11pm on Friday.

Thankfully, all five passengers were rescued and transported to safety before the “007” sank. “No people were hurt,” described the aforementioned eyewitness. “The coastguard was immediately aware and sent help in the night.”

Rescuers also erected an anti-pollution perimeter in the area, although there was reportedly “no diesel leakage or damage to the scenery,” the bystander said.

The luxury vessel boasted a helipad, five cabins including a master suite, and other features befitting its James Bond namesake.

Local authorities will launch a probe into the sinking of the “007,” which was delivered in 2006 by the Bodrum-based shipyard Aegean Yacht, but whose owner remains unknown.

Along with a helipad, the superyacht reportedly boasts five cabins, including a master suite, and can reportedly sleep ten people.

This isn’t the first time a luxury vessel has visited Davy Jones’ locker of late. Last month, heart-pounding footage emerged of a 130-foot superyacht capsizing and sinking stern-first into the water off the Italian coast.

In February, a Ukrainian man was arrested for partially sinking his Russian tycoon boss’s $7.7 million luxury super yacht in Spain in protest over the Kremlin’s invasion of Ukraine.

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The Coast Guard rescued 9 boaters who fled a sinking vessel off the Florida coast

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"Bravo zulu to U.S. Coast Guard Station Pensacola!" The U.S. Coast Guard said in a tweet after a patrol crew was diverted to rescue nine boaters whose vessel started sinking near Pensacola Pass, Fla. U.S. Coast Guard hide caption

"Bravo zulu to U.S. Coast Guard Station Pensacola!" The U.S. Coast Guard said in a tweet after a patrol crew was diverted to rescue nine boaters whose vessel started sinking near Pensacola Pass, Fla.

All are safe and sound after nine people abandoned a sinking boat off the Florida coast, thanks to a quick response from the U.S. Coast Guard.

The Coast Guard said it rescued all nine boaters from the water after the recreational vessel became submerged about two miles south of Pensacola Pass on Saturday.

At 10:47 a.m., the Coast Guard received a mayday call from the 50-foot Sport Fisher Slow Motion, according to the agency. A boat crew already patrolling the area arrived on the scene less than 10 minutes later, and eventually brought the boaters back to Big Lagoon State Park in Pensacola.

None of the nine boaters reported any medical concerns, said the Coast Guard.

The boat had already sank by the time the rescue crew arrived, a spokesperson with the Coast Guard told NPR.

Eight of the boaters were wearing life jackets at the time and one was not, said Petty Officer 3rd Class Riley Perkofski.

"It sounds like they hit something," Perkofski said.

He noted that there is a sunken vessel-turned manmade reef in the area, as well as other shallow parts coming out of the nearby jetty, but could not confirm the cause of the boat's submersion.

The agency is investigating the incident he said, adding that "investigations can take months and sometimes a year."

Video shows massive 130-foot yacht sink into the sea

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( NewsNation ) — Dramatic video shows a massive 130-foot yacht slowly sinking into the sea. The footage gathered by the Italian Coast Guard captured the impressive vessel being slowly swallowed up by the Mediterranean, just nine miles off the coast of Italy.

The Coast Guard scrambled to rescue nine people before the yacht named “My Saga” went under.

The yacht, built in 2007, was equipped with six staterooms for up to 12 guests and an additional four cabins for its crew. Designed to perfectly sail the open ocean, questions have been raised as to what exactly caused the yacht to go down this week.

After all, it’s been a tragic year for the industry.

According to the publication Super Yacht Times , there have been a tragic number of yacht incidents in 2022. The publication reports that eight motor yachts caught fire, three sank, two were attacked, and a 50-metre sailing yacht was hit by a rescue vessel.

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Ship attacked by Yemen’s Houthi rebels in fatal assault sinks in Red Sea in their second sinking

Yemen’s Houthi rebels sink another ship in the Red Sea killing at least one sailor on board. AP news director Jon Gambrell explains the ongoing attacks by Houthis in the Red Sea as a second ship targeted sinks.

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Yemen’s Houthi rebels released video on Wednesday purporting to show their attack which sank a Greek-owned transport ship in the Red Sea. The video shows two large explosions on a bulk carrier at sea.

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In this photo released by the Etat-Major des Armées, the MV Tutor sinks in the Red Sea after it was struck by a Houthi drone vessel, Wednesday, June 12, 2024. The bulk carrier sank days after an attack by Yemen’s Houthi rebels believed to have killed one mariner on board, authorities said early Wednesday, June 19, the second-such ship to be sunk in the rebel campaign. (Etat-Major des Armées/France via AP)

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DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — A bulk carrier sank days after an attack by Yemen’s Houthi rebels , who are believed to have killed one mariner on board, authorities said early Wednesday. It was the second ship sunk in the rebels’ campaign targeting Red Sea shipping.

The sinking of the Tutor marks what appears to be a new escalation by the Iranian-backed Houthis in their campaign of attacks on ships in the vital maritime corridor over the Israel-Hamas war in the Gaza Strip .

The attack comes despite a monthslong U.S.-led campaign in the region that has seen the Navy face its most-intense maritime fighting since World War II, with near-daily attacks targeting commercial vessels and warship.

The Liberian-flagged, Greek-owned-and-operated Tutor sank in the Red Sea, the British military’s United Kingdom Maritime Trade Operations center said in a warning to sailors in the region.

“Military authorities report maritime debris and oil sighted in the last reported location,” the UKMTO said. “The vessel is believed to have sunk.”

The Houthis late Wednesday released footage showing their attack on the Tutor, acknowledging they used two different drone boats to hit the vessel from both its side and the stern.

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The U.S. military did not respond to requests for comment over the sinking.

The Tutor came under attack about a week ago by a bomb-carrying Houthi drone boat in the Red Sea. John Kirby, a White House national security spokesman, said on Monday that the attack killed “a crew member who hailed from the Philippines.” The Philippines has yet to acknowledge the death, but the man who had been aboard the Tutor has been missing for over a week in the Red Sea, which faces intense summertime heat.

The use of a boat loaded with explosives raised the specter of the attack in 2000 on the USS Cole, a suicide assault by al-Qaida when the warship was at port in the Yemeni city of Aden, killing 17 on board. The Cole is now part of a U.S. Navy operation in the Red Sea led by the aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower to try and halt the Houthi attacks, though the rebels continue their assaults.

The Houthis have launched more than 60 attacks targeting specific vessels and fired off other missiles and drones in their campaign that has killed a total of four sailors. They’ve seized one vessel and sunk two since November. A U.S.-led airstrike campaign has targeted the Houthis since January, with a series of strikes May 30 , killing at least 16 people and wounding 42 others, the rebels say.

In March, the Belize-flagged Rubymar carrying fertilizer cargo sank in the Red Sea after taking on water for days following a rebel attack.

The Houthis have maintained that their attacks target ships linked to Israel, the United States or Britain. However, many of the ships they’ve attacked have little or no connection to the ongoing Israel-Hamas war.

“It is deplorable that innocent seafarers are being attacked while simply performing their jobs, vital jobs which keep the world warm, fed, and clothed,” the shipping industry said in a joint statement Wednesday.

“This is an unacceptable situation, and these attacks must stop now,” it said.

The war in Gaza has killed more than 37,000 Palestinians there, while hundreds of others have been killed in Israeli operations in the West Bank. It began after Hamas-led militants attacked Israel on Oct. 7, killing about 1,200 people and taking around 250 hostage.

A recent report by the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency said that container shipping through the Red Sea has declined by 90% since December because of the attacks. As much as 15% of the world’s maritime traffic flows through that corridor.

Meanwhile, the Houthis said on Wednesday that U.S.-led airstrikes targeted Raymah, a province in Yemen under rebel control. The Houthi-controlled SABA news agency described a local radio station’s building as being “totally destroyed” in the strikes. About a week earlier, the Houthis said similar strikes killed two people and wounded nine others, without saying if those hurt were fighters or civilians.

Later in the day, SABA also reported U.S.-led strikes targeting the port city of Hodeida.

The U.S. military’s Central Command said in a statement early Thursday it destroyed “one ground control station and one command and control node in a Houthi-controlled area of Yemen” in the strikes. It also claimed destroying two Houthi drone boats in the Red Sea as well over the last 24 hours.

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14 people rescued after boat sinks off Southern California coast

People aboard a quickly sinking boat in Southern California jumped in the water as rescue boats arrived Sunday.

Fourteen people were rescued after the 41-foot Carver sunk off Newport Beach, the Orange County Sheriff's Department said.

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The rescue happened near the entrance of Newport Beach Harbor around 2:45 p.m., the sheriff's department said, and when harbor patrol arrived the boat was being towed by a good Samaritan but sinking fast.

Harbor Patrol, lifeguards and other boats in the area saved the 14 people. The cause of the sinking is under investigation, the sheriff's department said. No injuries were reported.

Newport Beach Lifeguard Battalion Chief Brian O’Rourke told the Orange County Register newspaper that the boat was riding low in the water near the entrance of the channel and when rescue boats showed up, “they just jumped off in fear of their lives.”

The boat sank in around 100 feet of water, he told the newspaper.

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3 rescued by St. Pete Coast Guard crew after boat sinks

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - Three people were rescued after their boat sank off Egmont Key on Saturday night, according to the Coast Guard.

Officials say they were rescued by a St. Pete rescue crew around 10 p.m.

The Coast Guard says survivors called for assistance on Ch. 16 and wore life jackets. The vessel is not a hazard to navigation, according to authorities.

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Footage appears to show deadly Houthi sea drone strike on cargo ship in the Red Sea

  • Houthi footage appeared to show sea drones attacking a cargo ship.
  • A Greek-owned coal carrier attacked by the militant group sank, a UK maritime agency said.
  • A British-owned vessel sank earlier this year following another Houthi attack.

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Footage released by Yemen's Houthi rebels appears to show the militant group attacking a cargo ship in the Red Sea with sea drones .

In the video, unmanned surface vehicles (USV) can be seen striking a large ship, causing it to tip slightly onto its side and sit low in the water.

The Houthi Group in Western Yemen has released Footage showing their Attack on June 12th, using Explosive USVs (Unmanned surface vehicles) against the Liberian-Flagged, Greek-Owned Bulk Cargo Ship by u/redandblackleather90 in CombatFootage

Business Insider could not independently verify the video. However, the UK's Maritime Trade Operations Center (UKMTO) later reported that a Liberian-flagged, Greek-owned coal carrier was believed to have sunk.

UKMTO is linked to the UK's Royal Navy.

The UKMTO said on Tuesday : "Military authorities report maritime debris and oil sighted in the last reported location."

"The vessel is believed to have sunk," it added.

The US Navy confirmed that the vessel had been attacked by Iranian-backed Houthis using a USV and that sailors from the Dwight D. Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group had airlifted the crew to safety on June 15.

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White House national security spokesman John Kirby said on Monday that the attack on the cargo carrier killed "a crew member who hailed from the Philippines."

Following the attack, US Central Command announced that its forces had destroyed two Houthi USVs, one uncrewed aerial system launched from a Houthi-controlled area of Yemen, and seven Houthi radars.

"It was determined these systems presented an imminent threat to U.S., coalition forces, and merchant vessels in the region. This action was taken to protect freedom of navigation and make international waters safer and more secure for U.S., coalition, and merchant vessels," CENTCOM said in a statement posted to X.

The MV Tutor is the second ship that the Houthis have successfully sunk this year. The British-owned Rubymar also sank in the Red Sea after it was struck by a missile fired by the group.

Houthis have been targeting ships in the Red Sea corridor and the Gulf of Aden with missiles and drones as part of a campaign that aims to put pressure on Israel and the West over the war in Gaza.

The attacks have forced shipping vessels to take longer and more costly routes around the southern tip of Africa.

Experts have said that the US Navy is facing its most intense combat since World War II as it battles the Houthi threat in the region.

"This is the most sustained combat that the US Navy has seen since World War II — easily, no question," Bryan Clark, a former Navy submariner and a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute, told the Associated Press .

"We're sort of on the verge of the Houthis being able to mount the kinds of attacks that the US can't stop every time, and then we will start to see substantial damage," he added.

Between October 17 and the start of May, the Houthis attacked commercial vessels at least 53 times, according to a Congressional Research Service report.

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Orcas sink another yacht after 45-minute long attack

The crew was spared from any injuries however they were unable to save the yacht despite assistance from port tugs and the Moroccan Navy

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A pod of orcas has sunk another sailing yacht off the coast of Spain after a 45-minute assault on the boat, according to the sail touring agency Morskie Mile.

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As the boat steered towards the Straight of Gibraltar on October 31, the agency reported that the vessel, Grazie Mamma II, was targeted by a pod of orcas attacking the boat’s steering fin “causing major damage and leakage,” they reported in a Facebook post .

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Although the crew was spared from any injuries, they were unable to save the yacht despite assistance from port tugs and the Moroccan Navy as the flooding was too serious. The crew abandoned the ship and the yacht sank off the port of Tangier Med, a Moroccan port.

“This yacht was the most wonderful thing in maritime sailing for all of us,” they said.

“Longtime friendships formed on board. We sailed on this yacht around the most beautiful places in Europe and the Atlantic archipelagos, trained numerous sea stewards, discovered the beautiful and the unknown, tasted Mediterranean specialties … Love of the sea always wins.”

In June of this year, another pod of killer whales attacked boaters during an endurance sailing race as it approached the Strait of Gibraltar.

The 15-minute run-in with at least three of the giant mammals forced the crew competing in The Ocean Race to drop its sails and raise a clatter in an attempt to scare the approaching orcas off.

No one was injured, but one of the team members Jelmer van Beek said in a video posted on The Ocean Race website that it was “a scary moment.”

Scientists have noted increasing reports of orcas, which average from 5-6.5 metres and weigh more than 3,600 kilograms, bumping or damaging boats off the western coast of the Iberian Peninsula in the past four years.

The behaviour defies easy explanation. A team of marine life researchers who study killer whales off Spain and Portugal has identified 15 individual orcas involved in the encounters — 13 of them young, supporting the hypothesis that they are playing. The fact that the two are adults could support the competing and more sensational theory that they are responding to some traumatic event with a boat.

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The SS United States in South Philadelphia (photo via Don Robson/Wikimedia/Creative Commons )

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I can’t believe that it’s 2024 and we’re still talking about the SS United States . You know the SS United States . It’s that hulking, decrepit-looking ship you see every time you park at the Ikea in South Philadelphia. We’ve been talking about the SS United States for so long that I can’t remember a time when we didn’t talk about it.

The ship was once a big deal. It was built at the beginning of the 1950s. And it’s said to be the fastest ship of its kind to cross the Atlantic. Cool. Great. But then the company that owned the SS United States ran into some major financial difficulties and, well, the big ship got dumped here in the mid-’90s.

And ever since then, people have been trying to figure out what the hell to do with it. I recall the plan to make it part of a hotel and entertainment complex. That never happened. Then there was the company that said it was going to restore the SS United States to its former glory and sail the ocean blue as a passenger ship once again. That didn’t happen either. Other proposals evade my memory. After all, it’s been decades of failed ideas and pipe dreams.

Now here it is 2024, and the SS United States is making headlines again. After a rent dispute between the conservancy that purchased the vessel in 2011 and the landlord of the berth where the ship sits, a federal judge has ruled that the conservancy doesn’t owe the landlord money but has ordered the ship to leave the pier by September. And now, the conservancy is trying to raise $500,000 to move the ship. Even though there’s no clear plan for what to eventually do with the ship. And even if there was a clear plan, we’d have absolutely no reason to believe that the plan would be feasible, given the failure of every single plan in the past.

I say sink the ship. Or scrap it. Both of these are viable options for a ship in this predicament. And appropriate ones in this case.

This wasn’t a warship. It was just a commercial ocean liner that happened to be fast. We as Philadelphians certainly owe it nothing. The ship has literally nothing to do with Philadelphia. It wasn’t built here. It doesn’t have some prestigious history of sailing out of here. Philadelphia has simply been stuck with the ship since the 1990s. And Philadelphia is exactly where it has been left to rust and rot ever since.

So bon voyage, SS United States . Don’t let the door hit you in the, uh, aft.

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