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  1. Disney Cruise Line sets sail for first British Isles visit in 2016Read the original story

    Thursday Mar 26 | The Disney Blog

    So many of Disney and Pixar's fairy tales original in Europe, so taking a Disney Cruise to Europe, and for the first time the British Isles, is bound to be extra magical. That probably explains why Disney Cruise Line is sending it's original ship the Disney Magic, on these new itineraries.


  2. Top culinary experiences for cruisersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | Canada Online Explorer

    Making mofongo in Puerto Rico, savouring sweet malasadas in Hawaii, clam bakes in Maine and tamales at the Hotel California in Mexico are among culinary experiences for cruisers. Cruise lines are embracing "immersive culinary experiences" on land and at sea to learn more about countries visited, their people and cuisine.


  3. Bayfront Maritime Center to rebuild 1813 Schooner PorcupineRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | YourErie

    The Bayfront Maritime Center hosted its first Gunboat Gathering Friday night to introduce the community to its new project, the 1813 Gunboat Schooner Porcupine. The Bayfront Maritime Center hosted its first Gunboat Gathering Friday night to introduce the community to its new project, the 1813 Gunboat Schooner Porcupine.


  4. Erie Insurance donates $25,000 to Porcupine schooner projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | Erie Times News

    Bayfront Maritime Center officials received a huge boost today in their fundraising efforts to develop and build a historical representation of the square topsail schooner Porcupine. Erie Insurance officials donated $25,000 to the Erie nonprofit, which hopes to have the schooner built and ready to sail in mid-April 2016.


  5. Richard Lewer: The game's the thingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | The New Zealand Herald

    Just before Christmas, New Zealand artist Richard Lewer, long based in Melbourne, won the A$25,000 Blake Prize for religious art. His work, Worse luck ... I am still here, was a lo-fi animation softly voiced by Lewer based on the real-life tragedy of Perth pensioner Herbert Erickson, 81, who killed his severely disabled partner, Julie Kuhn, in a murder-suicide pact.


  6. Dispatch, France: Battles and brushstrokes along the SeineRead the original story

    Friday Mar 27 | Travel Weekly

    The Seine is so inextricably linked to Paris that the City of Light can often overshadow the many other treasures along the banks of the famous French river. But over the past several days of sailing along the Seine on Avalon Waterways' newest Suite Ship, the 128-passenger Avalon Tapestry II, the river has become so much more to me than just than a scenic byway between the Right and Left banks.


  7. BHS sailing team is first at home regattaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | Bainbridge Island Review

    The Bainbridge High School sailing team hosted the second North West Interscholastic Sailing Association regatta of the season Saturday, March 14, which saw 16 teams competing from 10 schools - three from as far away as Portland, Oregon - at the Eagle Harbor course in the district qualifier. The BHS Blades with Stasi Burzycki, Sophia Kasper, Nicole Sanford, Will Brown and Nick Dresel placed first in Division A, and first in Division B to take the win.


  8. Mount Pleasant to host Audi Megles 20 National ChampionshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | The Moultrie News

    When Sperry Charleston Race Week gets under way next month , there will a lot at stake for most of the competitors.


  9. New race to AlaskaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | Ocean Navigator

    The entertaining web site of the Race to Alaska gives you a feel for the tenor of this race: 750 miles to Alaska by sailboat, rowboat or kayak - any vessel is okay just so you don't use an engine for propulsion. The race, run by the Northwest Maritime Center in Port Townsend, Wash., has a $10,000 cash prize for first place.


  10. Shepparton pair sails into placings in Victorian yachting titlesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | Benalla Ensign

    Roy Hill and Carl Russell showed sail-ability when they competed in the Victorian yachting titles at Brighton and finished second overall in their class. Shepparton's Carl Russell and Roy Hill returned victorious from the Victorian Hansa Class Championships in Brighton last weekend, placing second in their class.


  11. Tanya sets sail in bid to reach A 3,500 targetRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | Sidmouth Herald

    Tanya Trevena serves tea with Chloe Beard,Christina Clapp,Hazel Clapp,Sarah Turner and Ivor Turner at the guides vintage tea party. Ref shs 4487-13-15TI.


  12. Marine & Oceanic Sustainability Foundation Announces the Appointment of a New Board MemberRead the original story

    Friday Mar 27 | PR Log

    PRLog - March 27, 2015 - WILMINGTON, Del. -- The Marine & Oceanic Sustainability Foundation , a Delaware-based marine conservation nonprofit, today announced the appointment of Jonathan Tourtellot to the organization' s many years with the National Geographic Society and broad experience in sustainable tourism, destination stewardship and science communications will add a valuable perspective to our Board of Directors," said Jennifer Pitzer, Managing Director of MOSF.


  13. New Game: AtalanRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | MobyGames

    You are part of a crew on a large ship in the Pacific Ocean and while sailing, an island was spotted and named Atalan by the Captain. As you are sailing away, a huge storm sweeps over the ship and destroys it, but luckily you tied yourself to the mast.


  14. AAA says Record Setting Year for Cruise Travel ExpectedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | Clarksville Online

    Cruise lines are sailing into their busy season as students and families snatch up cabins for a getaway on the waterway. The industry coasted through one of its biggest years to date and expects an even bigger 2015.


  15. Gave Up on Your New Year's Financial Resolutions? Try These Tricks InsteadRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | The Motley Fool

    The ancient Greek story of Ulysses and the Sirens is of great interest to behavioral researchers. In case you're not familiar, Ulysses the explorer is cautioned against sailing past a particular point because the Sirens, who live there, have such a beautiful song that sailors feel compelled to land their ships.


  16. Sail Guam's skies on the Great ShipRead the original story

    Friday Mar 27 | Pacific Daily News

    There will be a waxing crescent moon in our early evening sky all week, but its light won't keep you from seeing our bright planets.


  17. Raising sails, and the barRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Barnstable Patriot

    Sailors from myriad locales weren't fazed by snow, brisk winds, and the occasional ice floe as they took part in the ninth annual Raise the Sail Clinic last weekend. The event is hosted by the Barnstable Sailing Team and Booster Club.


  18. Solar-assisted, volcanic-composite sailing yacht navigating world's toughest watersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Gizmag

    The Fipofix Open 16 out on the water putting Fipofix's specially processed volcanic fiber-based composite to the test Carbon fiber has established itself as a wonder material in vehicle construction, with its mix of low weight and high strength being prized for many of the world's most advanced vehicles of land, sea and air. Austrian company Fipofix believes that it's identified a material better-suited to the high seas, saying that its specially processed volcanic fiber-based composite, more commonly known as basalt fiber, offers a better performance-price ratio than carbon fiber or fiberglass and can be recycled after use.


  19. America's Cup bid for smaller boats to cut costsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Bangkok Post

    America's Cup organisers and competitors are drawing up plans to cut costs for yachting's oldest race in 2017 by introducing smaller boats. America's Cup AC 45 fleet compete during the America Cup World Series Fleet Race in Venice's lagoon on May 20, 2012 The last America's Cup, which has been raced since 1851, was won in 2013 in San Francisco by Oracle Team USA in the AC72, a 22-metre-long yacht.


  20. Italians will pull out of America's Cup if boats downsizedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | The Daily Republic

    Another battle of billionaires is stirring in the America's Cup, and this one could deal sailing's marquee regatta a staggering blow. Rather than bog down the sport with another legal fight, Italian billionaire Patrizio Bertelli is threatening to pull Luna Rossa Challenge out of the America's Cup if defending champion Oracle Team USA doesn't follow the rules in deciding whether to downsize the boats to be used in the 2017 regatta.