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  1. Volvo Ocean Race sailors deploy robotic floats for climate science researchRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | Mashable

    The Southern Ocean plays a major role in regulating Earth's climate, since it is a major absorber, or "sink" of carbon emissions and heat from the atmosphere. In addition, powerful ocean currents that help transport heat worldwide are powered in part by processes that take place in this area, which surrounds Antarctica.


  2. Prada Sails Luna Rossa Home to MilanRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | Women's Wear Daily

    The 72-foot sailboat, which was among the finalists of the America's Cup in San Francisco in 2013, has been installed in the Aero-Naval hall of Milan's Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia . The catamaran, which was transported from Cagliari, Sardinia, and then re-assembled in the museum, will be on public display until at least the end of 2017.


  3. The process of performance dismissalRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 16 |

    Employment law and the world of professional sports have an awkward relationship. Employment law principles can struggle to make sense when applied to the sporting context.


  4. Bernard and Janice Caffary of Lakeland, Fla. pose onRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 16 | WCNC-TV Charlotte

    A Central Florida couple epitomizes the ultimate in brand loyalty. Bernard and Janice Caffary of Lakeland on Sunday will be taking their 100th cruise since 2003 aboard the Carnival Sensation.


  5. ShareRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 16 | Daily Star

    The World, a luxury vessel with 165 private residences, allows residents to sail around the world without leaving the comfort of their own home. You can purchase a studio flat aboard the 644ft luxury ocean liner for less than 700,000, but the top suites cost up to 8.5million.


  6. On net neutrality and a moon shotRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 16 | Cape Cod Times

    South Dennis technology pioneer Vannevar Bush could almost be heard from where he is sleeping under the deep snow in the churchyard cheering for the recent FCC ruling on net neutrality. The Internet, with at least 4 million accounts in this country, started out as the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA, a defense project to communicate with some 6,000 leading scientists under Bush's direction.


  7. Danish researchers debunk Greenland's Norse settler mythRead the original story

    Monday Mar 16 | Copenhagen Post

    A new comprehensive Danish research project has debunked the myth that Norse settlers were forced to abandon Greenland because of the adverse climate conditions. The research by Christian Koch Madsen, a PhD student at the National Museum of Denmark, showed that the Norsemen actually stayed on the island for as much as 200 years longer, despite living in a hostile environment that continued to get colder.


  8. Could you survive on four hours sleep and a chocolate bar?Read the original story

    Monday Mar 16 | WICU12 Erie

    They're some of the toughest athletes on the planet, saying goodbye to loved ones for almost a year, as they traverse the globe's oceans. Hardened Volvo Ocean Race sailors must sleep in four-hour shifts, and survive on little more than freeze dried food and chocolate bars, if they hope to win the event.


  9. Volvo Ocean Race sailors survive on four hours sleepRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 16 | CNN

    Sailor Eric Peron pulls on waterproof gear during the Volvo Ocean Race -- a competition described as the "Everest of Sailing." The race kicked off in Alicante, Spain, in October, and will finish nine months later in Gothenberg, Sweden.


  10. A Yacht That Doesn't Get in the Way of Your Ocean ViewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 16 | Wired

    The boat has multiple decks for lounging. The glass room is flanked by two stairs that lead to upper level decks, as well.


  11. America's Cup beach huts plan put on hold amid fears for birdsRead the original story

    Monday Mar 16 | Portsmouth Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. PLANS to set up scores of new beach huts along Portsmouth's seafront in time for the America's Cup World Series have been dashed.


  12. Robert E Derecktor Inc. Named Licensed Builder for Damen Shipyard Group (DAMEN) DesignsRead the original story

    Monday Mar 16 | PRWeb

    Robert E. Derecktor Inc. and Damen Shipyard Group have entered into a license agreement authorizing Derecktor to act as an official builder of DAMEN designs. Derecktor will now offer its customers the best in Pilot Boats and Wind Farm Support Vessels by combining the wide range and international experience of DAMEN designs with its own American craftsmanship.


  13. Race For Water Odyssey Kicks Off Scientific Sailing Expedition To...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 15 | Pollution Online

    This morning, the "MOD70 Race for Water" boat arrived in Bordeaux with great fanfare for an eventful week. On Sunday, March 15, the crew will raise anchor with the intention of gaining knowledge about waste gyres in less than one year.


  14. Weather service information vital to sailors for planning, safetyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 15 | Sun Journal

    It can provide information as simple as whether to wear a coat or a hat or take an umbrella to begin the day. For sailors, it can be more imperative, whether to embark on a short sail or a daylong cruise.


  15. St. Charles native sails with America's Cup ships into new businessRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 13 | Daily Herald

    Ryan Weber, a native of Aurora and St. Charles, has been a longtime sailing enthusiast. He's sailed with his brother Byron Weber and dad Tom Weber, both of St. Charles, and won top competitions, including their division for the Chicago-Mackinac race in 2012.


  16. Volvo fleet wait out storm in AucklandRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 15 | NBR Newsroom

    Volvo Ocean Race organisers have held back the sailing of the next leg from Auckland to Itajai, Brazil, until midday Tuesday at the earliest because of Cyclone Pam. High winds, heavy rain and sea surges are hitting the Gisborne region, where all schools have been closed and people have been urged to stay home for the day.


  17. Lake Eustis Sailing Foundation celebrates 10 t h anniversaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 15 | The Orlando Sentinel

    With more than 1,000 lakes in the county, the opportunities to be on the water are abundant, and the Lake Eustis Sailing Club has been helping area kids and adults hit the decks and waterways since 2005. In celebration of its 10th anniversary, the Lake Eustis Youth Sailing Foundation is inviting the public Saturday for a boat ride on the lake and to meet young sailors, parents, coaches, and adult members of the foundation at the Lake Eustis Sailing Club, 1310 County Road 452.


  18. Richie McCaw and Dan Carter are given a tour by Abu Dhabi's Southampton skipper Ian WalkerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 15 | Daily Echo

    NEW Zealand rugby legends Richie McCaw and Dan Carter have thrown their support behind Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing ahead of the notorious Southern Ocean leg of the round the world Volvo Ocean race. Southampton skipper Ian Walker welcomed the All Blacks stars on board Abu Dhabi ahead of the start of the fifth leg of the race which began last October off the coast of Spain.


  19. Charlie's unfurling the sails of a career at seaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 15 | Maldonandburnham Standard

    A STUDENT is setting sail towards a career on luxury superyachts after winning unusual and highly sought after funding from Trinity House. Charlie Turner, of Dovercourt, is on phase one of a superyacht cadetship with leading maritime provider and youth charity, UKSA.


  20. David G. Sellars on the Waterfront: Platypus' expansion bid promotes economy, jobsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 15 | Peninsula Daily News

    Pacific Grace on the hard in Platypus Marine Inc.'s yard in Port Angeles. - Photo by David G. Sellars/for Peninsula Daily News I found Thursday's Port of Port Angeles commissioners' meeting quite interesting.