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Talkin’ boats with John Adey

President of the American Boat and Yacht Council

The Adey family aboard their Irwin ketch (from left): Abby, Lauri, John and MaggiRough conditions on Chesapeake Bay won’t keep John Adey and his family from a day of sailing their 1976 42-foot Irwin ketch. “There’s something about being able to bury the rail on a 42-footer,” says Adey, who has been president of the American Boat and Yacht Council for two years.

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A discovery from the Age of Discovery?

The Santa Maria hit a reef off Cap Haitien, Haiti, in 1492.Led astray by flawed directions, archaeologists for years have been searching in the wrong place for Christopher Columbus’ flagship, the Santa María, but explorer Barry Clifford thinks he’s found it on a sandy shoal off Cap Haïtien, Haiti.

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SEAMANSHIP QUIZ - July 2014

Test your knowledge with these Coast Guard license exam prep questions from the National Captain's Institute.  www.captains.com

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Photo by Todd Gipstein

 

Camera: Nikon D300

New London Ledge Lighthouse,

Groton, Connecticut

July 2014 issue
   

GRAND ENTRANCE

The Coast Guard barque Eagle steamed into San Juan, Puerto Rico, on May 21 for a four-day call, one of the stops on the ship’s summer training schedule. She returns to her home port in New London, Connecticut, in August.


July 2014 issue

   

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