Detail of the cruise ship Allure of the Seas, spotted while docked in Cozumel, Mexico.
Detail of the 1907 Hercules, a tugboat now moored at the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park at Fisherman’s Wharf.
The multi-colored buildings of the Ketchikan, Alaska, waterfront.
The cruise ship Carnival Pride, docked at Nassau, Bahamas.
A tugboat transits the entrance to Galveston Bay at the northeast end of Galveston Island, Texas.
A sailboat lolls on the still waters of Washington’s Puget Sound near Seattle.
The bow of the cruise ship Carnival Triumph cuts through the Bolivar Roads anchorage just off the coast of Galveston, Texas.
The sail (or conning tower) of the Gato-class submarine USS Cavalla rises into the late afternoon sky over Galveston, Texas’ Seawolf Park.
The cruise ship Carnival Triumph departs Galveston, Texas, for a tour of the Western Caribbean.
The Galveston-Port Bolivar ferry—a segment of Texas State Highway 87—prepares to dock at the Galveston end of its route.