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Chuck Hawley is a lifelong sailor and powerboater who grew up on the California coast. He has racked up 40,000 sailing miles on a variety of vessels - from ultralight "sleds" to single-handed sailboats to the maxi-catamaran PlayStation.
In his recently released book, Nick Schuyler recounts the tragedy that claimed the lives of his three friends
The lone survivor of the highly publicized February 2009 Gulf of Mexico boating accident has written a book about the tragedy, giving an hour-by-hour description of his fight to live - and the deaths of his three friends.
Couple's invention is simple: disconnect the shore power, and would-be thieves get a deafening blast
After nearly losing their boat to intruders three times, Walter and Joanne Dethier decided to fight back. With the help of a friend in the boat business, they invented a theft-deterrent system that's so simple it's amazing no one had thought of it before.
The lawsuit cites violations of the Inland Navigation Rules and its 'own boating safety regulations'
The parents of a boy who died in a December 2009 boating accident involving a Coast Guard vessel on San Diego Bay have filed a lawsuit against the agency.
There's a lot of buzz again about cruising Cuba. A few bills in the 111th Congress - H.R. 4645, S. 428 and H.R. 874 - would end travel restrictions on all Americans who want to visit Cuba, and two of them would clear the way for easier sale of U.S. agricultural products to the island.
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