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  1. Maple Leafs hope minor tweaks lead to NHL playoffs: FeschukRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 3 | The Toronto Star

    Perhaps because the Maple Leafs have made the playoffs once in the past eight seasons, they've become adept at winning something other than hockey games - specifically, press conferences. It was almost six months ago that Brendan Shanahan was introduced as the man in charge of the Maple Leafs in just such a made-for-the-media extravaganza.

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  2. Enter the 'World's Most Pleasant Hospital' Courtesy of Russian BillionaireRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 3 | PSFK

    Russian billionaire Vasily Klyukin has set his sights on creating "the world's most pleasant hospital," which is modeled after a yacht, right down to staff dressed in marine uniforms in keeping with the cruise ship theme. The striking glass structure features four skyscrapers mimicking sails atop a ship-like base.

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  3. Skipper role a jump for JoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 3 | The Mercury

    David Rees and his stepson Jory Linscott on board Whistler. Jory will take the helm of Whistler in this year's Sydney to Hobart yacht race.

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  4. Tiverton resident Chloe Carter embarks on an inspirational trip with the Ellen MacArthur Cancer TrustRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 3 | This is The West Country

    A CANCER survivor from Tiverton embarked on a sailing trip to raise money for a charity close to her heart. Chloe Carter, 13, took part in the trip with the Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust, along with 16 other young people aged eight to 18 in recovery from cancer.

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  5. Sailors Race Around the World in 9 Months: PhotosRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 3 | Criminal Report Daily

    On Oct. 4, sailors will set out for the 12th round-the-world edition of the Volvo Ocean Race. Since its debut in 1973, when it was known as the Whitbread, the nine-month race has changed dramatically , and nowhere is that more evident than in the realm of technology.

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  6. Meet Laura Dekker, youngest person to sail the globe soloRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 3 | Tahoe Daily Tribune

    Laura Dekker, who has Dutch, German and New Zealand citizenship, had to negotiate Dutch authorities and family court before commencing her solo voyage. Laura Dekker was born on board a boat in a New Zealand port and spent her first few years at sea.

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  7. Topsail scooner riggingRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 2 | TrekEarth

    In the Kieler Fiord there's a laeot of traffic... all kinds of sailing boats, yachts, cargo ships, naval vessels , even submarines... and old timers such as this fine topasil scooner. Here's a detailed shot of the rigging where the lower meet the top mast.

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  8. The ObserversRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 2 | TrekEarth

    The Dutch three-masted schooner "Gulden Leeuw" sails down the River Thames in the "Parade of Sail" that concludes the 5 day Tall Ships Festival in London, England. High up on the balcony of one of the many apartment blocks that line this part of the river, two observers watch the proceedings from their lofty perch.

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  9. Afloat: Pelican celebrates successful summerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 2 | Dorsetecho.co.uk

    The Pelican kicked off with a number of fully booked day sails around Weymouth Bay and the Jurassic coastline with members of the public enjoying taster days on the water. She then sailed from Weymouth to Alderney in the Channel Islands and back on an adult-only voyage with a group of enthusiastic retirees.

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  10. The interesting people that sailed the MorganRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 30 | SouthCoastToday.com

    This summer, when we were almost thinking we had learned all we needed to know about the whaling ship Charles W. Morgan, came local historian and Dartmouth Heritage Preservation Trust officer Peggi Medeiros with a season-ending tale of three of the most interesting characters in the whaler's storied history. Medeiros lectured on the ship's "most fascinating trio" at the seventh annual meeting of the trust's membership at the Wamsutta Club on Sept.

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  11. Erie boaters ready boats for winter storageRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 2 | Erie Times News

    One by one, the sailboats, yachts, cuddy cabins, Boston whalers and fishing boats that spent their summer bobbing along the docks at local marinas are being towed or lifted out of the water and readied for winter. Some are hauled to storage units.

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  12. Early Files 10-3-14Read the original story

    Thursday Oct 2 | Barnstable Patriot

    The body of a man was found on the beach, on the back side of Sandy Neck, on Monday last, and brought to this place. The name of Rich, we learn, was found on the clothing; and as there was every reason to believe it was the body of one of the unfortunate sufferers of the schooner lost off Truro the week before last, it was immediately conveyed to that town.

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  13. Check out Crystal Symphony's $20 million passenger-pleasing redesign featuresRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 2 | Examiner.com

    The sleek and stylish Crystal Symphony just emerged from a two week dry dock looking spiffier than ever thanks to a $20 million redesign that spruced her up from stem to stern. Passengers ooh and aahed as the ship began an eight-day Hamburg to Lisbon voyage on September 27, many didn't quite expect such stellar changes.

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  14. Are big conventions worth the headaches?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 2 | SFGate

    A police officer tries to keep traffic flowing at the Oracle OpenWorld conference in San Francisco, Calif. on Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014.

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  15. Oyster aquaculture isn't all it's cracked up to be, residents argueRead the original story

    Feb 10, 2014 | Coastal Point

    After months of new oyster aquaculture regulations being hammered into shape, a group of concerned citizens are hoping to straighten that picture. Calling themselves the Coalition for Sustainable Aquaculture, a group of homeowners along Route 1 and the Little Assawoman Bay wants Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control officials to delay implementing the aquaculture regulations, which were just approved in August.

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  16. Repairs to continue on Holland America shipRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 2 | USA Today

    The Holland America ship that developed a propeller problem over the weekend will remain out of service through at least Oct. 11. Holland America today announced it had canceled the Oct. 4 sailing of the Repairs to continue on Holland America ship The Holland America ship that developed a propeller problem over the weekend will remain out of service through at least Oct. 11. Holland America today announced it had canceled the Oct. 4 sailing of the Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1x3XB6L The Holland America ship that developed a propeller problem over the weekend will remain out of service through at least Oct. 11. Holland America today announced it had canceled the Oct. 4 sailing of the 1,350-passenger Veendam to give workers more time to make repairs.

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  17. Teen sailor collects special trophyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | Salisbury Journal

    A TEENAGE sailor from Fordingbridge who set sail at this year's MDL Sail training Awards has been presented with his trophy at a special ceremony. John Bratherton, 13, was among six youngsters to receive the award from Lord Iliffe, chairman of MDL's parent company, at the Southampton Boat Show.

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  18. Syria refugees leave cruise liner after Cyprus standoffRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | The Daily Star

    LIMASSOL , Cyprus: Hundreds of mostly Syrian refugees rescued by a cruise liner in the Mediterranean agreed to disembark in Cyprus on Friday after a standoff triggered by their demand to go to Italy. A total of 345 migrants, mainly women and children, believed to have sailed from a port in Syria were plucked from a trawler in trouble off the coast of Cyprus on Thursday by the cruise ship.

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  19. The Witcher 3's Geralt: 'The truth is, he was a relatively handsome man'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | Eurogamer

    Two important questions for a Friday: is Geralt too handsome in The Witcher 3 - a genuine concern - and what more can we do while sailing in the game? In The Witcher 3, Geralt is ruggedly good looking, humanised by a beard and only marked as different by his cat-like yellow eyes. In previous games he was more angular, alien.

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  20. MDL MD Eamonn Feeney, John Bratherton and Lord IliffeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | Salisbury Journal

    A TEENAGE sailor from Fordingbridge who set sail at this year's MDL Sail training Awards has been presented with his trophy at a special ceremony. John Bratherton, 13, was among six youngsters to receive the award from Lord Iliffe, chairman of MDL's parent company, at the Southampton Boat Show.

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