The Department of Agriculture and Fisheries is sending out a stern warning to fishermen after a local man was caught with 150 undersized conch in his possession on Monday.
Twenty five years ago, a plane crashed in the waters of Cay Sal Bank and sank. This sunken plane has played an important part in a discovery that may help scientists better understand coral reef ecosystems.
Rise in ocean temperature due to global warming triggered coral bleaching, the frequency of which is increasing, which caused the mass death of corals worldwide.
Kairos Maritime Services, Inc. has chosen to offer a wide spectrum of Maritime related services and products to clients and vessels that call on the ports in Grand Bahama.
A daring, night-time helicopter rescue in high seas of 18 persons on board a foundering vessel in Bahamian water Wednesday night, best exemplified the longstanding maritime relationship between The Commonwealth of The Bahamas and the United States of America
During derbies in Florida, more than 1,500 invasive lionfish were removed from the waters. An “Eat Lionfish” campaign is in progress to develop a commercial market for the predatory species.
By repeatedly catching undersized crawfish, short-sighted Bahamian fishermen are stupidly destroying their own livelihoods and endangering the crawfish population.
Bahamas Electricity Corp. and Ocean Thermal Energy Corp. have moved toward the construction of two ocean thermal energy conversion plants.
Despite assurances from the govermment that oil drilling in The Bahamas wouldn’t happen, due to the potential threat to tourism and the environment, Bahamas Petroleum Co. is gearing up to begin drilling in 2012.