For decades they were a popular feature of the Great Yarmouth and Gorleston river scene.
Some fast-paced sporting action has taken centre stage as a national contest hits a coastal town.
A team of Royal Navy divers have detonated a 500lb Second World War bomb dropped 60m from a major North Sea gas pipe.
In our latest archive EDP essay, Jane Hales writes in 1966 about the changing role of the coastguard.
A poppy seller is defiant after photos illustrating his naval career were stolen from his home.
So often one thing leads to another, the latest example being my feature a fortnight ago about the Duchess of Bedford, an ardent pilot who died when her aircraft inexplicably flew over the North Sea and crashed in 1937.
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Enjoy the Great Yarmouth Mercury e-edition today