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  1. Coast Guard searches for missing Tallahassee boaterRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 | WALA

    Missing is George Taylor, 60, from Tallahassee, Florida, who was reportedly sailing his 27-foot Catalina sailboat from St. Marks to Carrabelle Florida. The caller's last contact with Taylor was Thursday morning via social media; he reportedly stated his intentions were to be in Carrabelle Friday evening.


  2. A steamy fall day, record snow and wrecked schoonersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 |

    A steamy fall day, record snow and wrecked schooners top the list of Michigan weather events on this day in history . From the 1885 - The wood schooner, 2-mast Japan , while carrying wood, was driven on the beach and wrecked near Hedgehog Harbor , WI in Garret Bay in the bay of Green Bay just after taking on a cargo of wood during a gale .


  3. The Man Behind the Super YachtBy Tim TeemanRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 | The Daily Beast

    There has never been a luxury boat like it-and Igor Lobanov is confident an extremely rich person will come forward and sail it away. It looks, at first sight, like the most streamlined, and sleek, and simple of sailboats, the top half of a bright-white star, or just a classic paper boat.


  4. An Epic Adventure For My Dead BrotherRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 |

    One of Victor Mooney's brothers died of AIDS, another has the disease. Dedicated to them, he's over halfway through his fourth attempt to row across the Atlantic.


  5. Rhode Island Motorists to Get New License PlatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | WHJJ-AM Providence

    The state Department of Motor Vehicles on Friday released the design for the new, deep blue plate. It will feature a gold yacht in the upper left corner, an image of Reliance, which won the America's Cup in 1903.


  6. .com | UK sailor, 82, rescued near Richards BayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | News24

    An 82-year-old British solo sailor was rescued near Richards Bay, KwaZulu-Natal, the National Sea Rescue Institute said on Saturday. NSRI Richards Bay station commander Dorian Robertson said Mike Bickell sent out a distress call on Friday after he was struggling to make headway in his 34 foot yacht because of a severe storm.


  7. Sir Robin Knox-Johnston: 'I'm no ancient mariner'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | Portsmouth Today

    Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, the 75-year-old founder of the Clipper round-the-world yacht races, is to sail solo across the Atlantic 45 years after becoming the first man to sail non-stop around the world. Chris Owen reports.


  8. Athens DiaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | Outlook

    If you go to Greece on a holiday, you will surely go to Athens. The other must-do is a cruise to its famous islands... If you go to Greece on a holiday, you will surely go to Athens.


  9. Hampshire on stand by over Ebola threatRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | Daily Echo

    A medical exercise takes place by 22 Field Hospital at the Army Medical Services Training Centre near York, before more than 100 Army medics are sent to Sierra Leone to help tackle the Ebola crisis. And yet, despite initial widespread panic, the situation was never as bad as feared as the impact was swiftly minimised through modern medicine.


  10. OosterscheldeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | TrekEarth

    The Dutch three-masted schooner "Oosterschelde" sailing down the River Thames as part of the "Parade of Sail" that concluded the 5 day Tall Ships Festival in London, England. Based in the port of Rotterdam and built in 1918, she is the largest restored Dutch freight ship and also the only remaining Dutch 3-masted topsail schooner.


  11. Light on Jib Island Talk at the Rockport Public LibraryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Capital Weekly

    Join us at the library for a lively book talk and light house history with author Jan Gilley. This family friendly event will take place on Saturday, October 18th at 4:00.


  12. Wynyard Yacht Club named best in AustraliaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | ABC News

    A yacht club in north-west Tasmania has been named the nation's best for its work making the sport more inclusive. Wynyard Yacht Club took out Yachting Australia's Club of the Year category at its annual Yachting Awards ceremony in Sydney last night.


  13. PM presses EU leaders on Ebola fundRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Salisbury Journal

    David Cameron has called for fellow European Union leaders to double their contribution to the fight to tackle the Ebola virus, demanding a combined one billion euro pledge. The Prime Minister made clear his frustration that other countries are failing to shoulder their share of the burden of international efforts to deal with the deadly epidemic in West Africa.


  14. Torqeedo grows global sales teamRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Boating Industry

    Continuing to expand its global sales team, the leader in electric propulsion, Torqeedo, welcomes Captain Todd Sims as its new global sales and product manager, hybrid systems. In this position, Sims will lead sales and create opportunities for the company's newest offering, the Deep Blue Hybrid system.


  15. 'Last Summer': Rome ReviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Hollywood Reporter

    The setting is breathtaking and the setup definitely enticing, but once writer-director Leonardo Guerra Seragnoli 's seaside drama, Last Summer , tries to set sail, it remains more or less anchored at shore. This is actually what happens to the luxurious yacht where a Japanese mother, played by Pacific Rim and Babel star Rinko Kikuchi , is obliged to spend a few final days with her 4-year-old son, who's been whisked away in a custody battle, though we never know why.


  16. Coast Guard rescues 2 from sinking boat off Dungeness SpitRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | KOMO News

    A tanker crew and the Coast Guard both sent boats to help two people abandoning a sinking vessel north of Dungeness Spit on Friday morning. The Coast Guard rescued the man and woman aboard the 67-foot Lady A. They were not injured.


  17. Loyal to the last threadRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Ocean Navigator

    Valerie Weingrad, who runs Custom Sailing Worldwide , not only holds a U.S. Coast Guard 100-ton Master Merchant Marine Officer's license, she is also a longtime Ocean Navigator reader. Her loyalty was on display at the recent Annapolis Sailboat Show where we got this picture of her pink ON looking every bit the everyday accessory for the world traveling sailor.


  18. 2014 United States Sailboat Show WrapupRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 |

    Among the multitudes of boats, large and small, mono and multi hulls, the hundreds of vendors spread among 6 large tents and other open area's, there were a few that stood out from the rest for Chesapeake Bay sailors. All of the major sailing magazines were represented, as well as some regional/local ones such as Spinsheet and All At Sea.


  19. Digance backs hospice supportRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Somerset County Gazette

    WINNING comedian Richard Digance is supporting St Margaret's Somerset Hospice with a one-man show at Taunton 's Brewhouse Theatre on Saturday, October 25. Taunton man Colin Robertson is organising the show in support of St Margaret's trans-Atlantic Challenge, which sets sail today . He said: "We're so grateful to Richard for backing this incredible sailing adventure in the best way possible by taking to the stage with his fantastic routine of comedy and songs."


  20. This is the disused Partick building that could have been a restaurant or rock'n'roll hall of fameRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Evening Times

    Order books were filled here, it served as a drawing office for vessels of all description, including some of the fastest racing yachts of the era. But times have changed, the shipbuilding industry has long gone and Scotway House has for decades been lying unused and derelict.