Mobile Bay has been mentioned more than a dozen times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'SailNet Community' where it has less than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Mobile Bay had the highest popularity figure in December, 2015.
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[...] jubilee that occurs annually. Jubilee is a natural phenomenon that occurs sporadically in Mobile Bay on Alabama’s Gulf Coast. During the event, many species of crab, shrimp, flounder, eels, and [...]
[...] viewing, sailing and any other form of aquatic recreation. 9. Mobile, Alabama Situated along Mobile Bay at the mouth of the Mobile River, the city of Mobile has lots of open water. It ranks ninth in [...]
[...] its excessive territorial claims. Stennis is joined in the region by the cruisers Antietam and Mobile Bay, and the destroyers Chung-Hoon and Stockdale. The command ship Blue Ridge, the floating [...]
[...] , was dispatched from Washington state last January 15 and is joined by cruisers Antietam and Mobile Bay, destroyers Chung-Hoon and Stockdale, and the Japan-based 7th Fleet command ship Blue Ridge. [...]
[...] (1847) Reward Category: 7 (30,000-35,000 points per night) This luxury hotel overlooking Mobile Bay has served as a military hospital as well as an Air Force training facility. Each afternoon, [...]
[...] , an oyster shell bank fifty feet north of Grant's Pass. The Pass provided an easy route from Mobile Bay to New Orleans through Mississippi Sound. C.S. Lieutenant Colonel James M. Williams, only 25 [...]