The number of traffic accidents in the ocean has risen steadily in the past few years, according to data released by the US Coast Guard.

And that trend is accelerating in coming years.

A lot.

According to the latest figures from the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, there were 1,921 traffic incidents in 2016.

That’s up from 1,872 in 2015.

In 2017, that number climbed to 2,074.

The total number of incidents increased to 7,906, which is the same as the year before.

That means the total number has more than doubled in the last decade.

That is despite an increase in the number of vessels and vessels’ crews that are regularly patrolling the ocean, as well as an uptick in incidents of human-made disasters, such as oil spills.

But it’s not all doom and gloom for marine vessels.

According to the agency, the number for the US fleet in 2017 was up 8.5 percent compared to 2016, despite a decrease in the numbers of aircrafts.

This is largely due to an increase of ships in the fleet. 

The agency also released some other numbers.

According the US Navy, there was a 5.5 million passenger ship on the road in 2017, up from 4.5-5.3 million in 2016, and 4.6-5 million in 2015, with a decline in the Navy fleet of 5.2 percent. 

On the other hand, the numbers for vessels on the water are down slightly, at 2.6 million.

There were 5.6 ships on the waters in 2016 and 4-5 in 2017.

There was a slight increase in vessels in 2017 of 2.7 ships on ships, up to 5.7.

And there was an increase for the number and type of aircraft, up 8 percent.