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1 hr ago | LiveScience

Why Millions of 'Sailing' Creatures Are Invading West Coast Beaches

The tiny sea creatures, called "by-the-wind sailors," washed ashore in Humboldt, California and other beaches along the West Coast.

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5 hrs ago | InsideHalton.com

Significant regatta win for Bronte Harbour Yacht Club

The trophy, awarded to the best junior sail club at the Port Credit Yacht Club's annual Steerers Regatta, an event that had been dominated by Toronto's Royal Canadian Yacht Club for more than a decade.

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8 hrs ago | Bangor Daily News

Homemade schooner to be kept as Kennebunk River 'landmark'

Ninety-seven-year-old Frank Handlen is an accomplished, well-known and well-respected marine artist.

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10 hrs ago | Daily Echo

Sailing spectacular starts this weekend

All eyes will be on the Isle of Wight from tomorrow as the annual Aberdeen Asset Management Cowes Week spectacular gets under way.

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12 hrs ago | UnionLeader.com

Tall ships offering history at sea in Sail Portsmouth

Kegan Morris of Plaistow, 12, pulls on a sail line Wednesday afternoon aboard the Lynx, a replica of a War of 1812 privateer.

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Thu Jul 31, 2014

Sunherald.com

Lack of wind forces postponment of Sunkist North American Sailing Championships

ROB SIGLER/SPECIAL TO THE SUN HERALDThe leader of the Sunfish North American Sailing Championship, Andres Decrasse, center, of Chile is pictured with Americans Stewart Draheim, left, and Greg Gust, both of Rock Creek Yacht Club near Dallas.

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Examiner.com

420 sailing

The International 420 and the Club 420 . Both boats are a double-handed, monohull planning dinghy.

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Examiner.com

Sailing the San Diego waterfront

Boating on the San Diego bay waters is not simply an easy way to pass the time. Natural water runs can stand inthe way of a skipper and crew who doe snot know the safe passages.

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ESPN

Jobson: How the A3 experiment could have worked

In 1995, billionaire Bill Koch put together the first-ever all-women America's Cup team.

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Weekly Packet

The Guildive celebrates 80 years at sea, in Castine Harbor

Castine Harbor was the scene of a birthday party last weekend celebrating Guildive, the 56-foot motorsailer that for the past several years has been based in Castine offering day trips throughout the summer.

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Daily Echo

Sir Ben Ainslie inspires brave youngsters

Buy this photo Sir Ben next to 12-year-old Joe Scully and his crew. Echo picture by Chris Moorhouse.

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Saffron Walden Reporter

Saffron Walden man returns home after sailing round the world for six months

When Edward Gildea was 19 he hitchhiked around Europe and the Middle East on a budget of 100.

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The Harbor Times Soup

Northport Yacht Club celebrates its 75th year

Under glorious skies after the morning's rain, eight crews in Daysailers tacked and trimmed their sails, rounded an orange buoy, then let their sails out wide to capture what they could of a faint summer breeze during a junior sailing race Thursday, July 24. The sailing program is the "pride and joy" of The Northport Yacht Club, now in its 75th ... (more)

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The Day

Its journey nearly over, Morgan returns to New London

Sailing deckhand Rachel Thomas-Shapiro carries coils of line down the gangway as the crew of the historic whaleship Charles W. Morgan unload the ship docked at City Pier in New London Wednesday, July 30, 2014.

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Wed Jul 30, 2014

The Martha's Vineyard Times

The Edgartown Yacht Club's annual - Round the Island Race drew 64 competitors this past weekend.

We are beating upwind, against the formidable current running along East Beach off Chappaquiddick at the eastern end of Martha's Vineyard.

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Examiner.com

World Trade Center mystery ship explained

A new study analyzing tree rings has scoped out the origin of a mysterious sailing ship skeleton found 22 feet below the ruins of the World Trade Center in New York City.

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Washington Times

Newport yachtsman selected for hall of fame

The Annapolis, Maryland-based hall of fame announced this week that Harry Anderson Jr. is among the eight inductees into the class of 2014.

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Herald Gazette

Students take to water at Rockland sailing program

On June 23, Rockland Community Sailing, a program of the Apprenticeshop, and Youthlinks, a program of Broadreach Family and Community Services, collaborated for the seventh consecutive year to provide an opportunity for the young people of the Rockland area to learn about sailing.

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The Day

Body of missing boater found on Fishers Island

The body of a Thompson man who went missing off his sailboat on May 17 after following the Charles W. Morgan to New London was recovered on Saturday.

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Sunderland Echo

Sunderland cancer survivor sets sail on yacht adventure

Chloe Laws has just returned from a trip with the Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust, alongside 13 other young people between the age of 18 and 24 who are in recovery from cancer.

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