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Alaskan ‘stripper boat’ stripped of liquor license

The Wild Alaskan, more commonly known as Kodiak, Alaska’s “stripper boat,” has been anchored in state waters outside the city since it opened in July.

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Longtime Bermuda sailracer mourned

Sailor David Ashton died Nov. 21 after suffering complications from surgery in a Boston hospital. He was 62.

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Marine industry unhappy with EPA delay on fuel standard

The National Marine Manufacturers Association and Mercury Marine are among the groups voicing disappointment over the Environmental Protection Agency’s announcement Friday that it will delay until 2015 the final rule that will tell fuel refiners how much ethanol must be blended into the nation’s fuel supply.

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Fishermen's wives sue to keep Coast Guard station open

The wives of fishermen from Oregon's largest commercial fleet are suing to stop the Coast Guard from closing its rescue helicopter station in Newport, a seaport town about 100 miles southwest of Portland.

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Boaters urged to speak up on anchoring in Florida

In 2009, the Florida legislature enacted legislation that stopped local governments from placing inconsistent and often onerous restrictions on anchoring, according to the recreational boating advocacy group, BoatUS.

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