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1920 buyboat joins floating fleet

The historic 1920 Chesapeake Bay buyboat Winnie Estelle arrived this month at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Md., where she will remain as the new workhorse of museum's floating fleet for scenic Miles River cruises and a wide variety of on-the-water educational programs.

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Sailing family rescued far offshore

A San Diego family with a sick infant girl two weeks into a trans-Pacific sailing trip boarded a U.S. Navy ship Sunday morning, three days after California Air National Guard's 129th Rescue Wing boarded the family's boat to give medical care to the infant, officials said.

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Abandon ship: fire aboard!

The Coast Guard rescued three people Sunday from the water after their boat caught fire near Shinnecock, N.Y.

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Spinnaker problems: Going from bad to worse

Things got pretty dicey for a sailor competing in J/Fest, a regatta held on San Francisco Bay over the weekend.

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Boatbuilder Newick’s life recounted

Dick Newick, a sailor and boatbuilder known for multihulls who died last August at the age of 87, was remembered recently by a local newspaper in his home state of New Jersey.

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