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CHUCK KIRMAN/THE STAR Members and guests attend the Westlake Yacht Club's opening day ceremony Saturday in Westlake Village.
Deckhand Duryea Decker Griffith climbs on the mainmast of the schooner Virginia at Lyon Shipyard in Norfolk on March 5, 2014.
A British yachtsman who was trying to sail by himself non-stop around the world has been rescued by Chile's navy.
Got my calendar and checkbook out. Hoping to book a Cunard cruise for the 175th Anniversary Celebration when the cruises go on sale March 13. Of course, none of us were alive back when Cunard first began sailing the oceans.
Five years after it began, the restoration of the 101-year-old schooner Adventuress has been completed.
Knowing early on that life is short, Stephanie Evans quickly discovered that following her passion is the key to finding purpose.
Vicky Song Kun couldn't wait to get back to Qingdao - waiting in the marina would be her mum, who is battling cancer, and it has been seven months since she last saw her.
The students - from the Philippines, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Slovakia, Hungary and Brazil - are part of a conversational class offered through Learn to Read of St. Johns County.
Fairtrade Falmouth has traditionally crammed its public activities into the annual Fairtrade Fortnight, but this year will focus its efforts on April to coincide with the arrival in port of the Tres Hombres cargo ship.
One of my favorites today. When a prudent captain casts off from the coast, when he enters the deep to journey across the sea, he puts aside his concerns for his home, his country, his wife, his children;and he is so totally consumed in mind, body, and emotion with the tasks of sailing that he is able to overcome the perilous waves and, victorious ... (more)
Godzilla waterskis, Tony Hawk floats and a blogger has a heart attack. Yep, it's just another bizarre week in Adland.
A series of traffic jams spread across Biscayne Bay on Friday. But these were majestic, floating, bow-to-stern backups.
ENGINEERING OUTFIT Rolls Royce is working on a plan that it once considered unthinkable, a fleet of unmanned robot ships that will sail the oceans under the control of one man.
Gerry Lund holds a chronometer from the mid to late 1800s in Feb. 20 at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic in Halifax.
Most who've experienced being out on the water in a sailboat would agree the activity is a great way to reduce stress and enjoy the great outdoors.