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Court keeps teen sailor docked

A 14-year-old Dutch girl who wants to become the youngest person to sail solo around the globe will remain under state supervision for another month, a court ruled Thursday, days after a California teenager was rescued in the Indian Ocean during a similar attempt.



Gear test has ‘Wild Kingdom’ moment

As part of a Yamaha Motor Corp. press event held Wednesday and Thursday in the Florida Keys, more than a dozen marine journalists aboard five Yamaha-powered boats documented the release of a rehabilitated sea turtle.



History repeats as Bligh voyage ends

A boat re-enacting Capt. William Bligh's epic voyage across the Pacific after the mutiny on the Bounty has arrived in West Timor.



California man gets 30 months for mayday hoaxes

A judge sentenced a 53-year-old Southern California man this week to 30 months in federal prison for making a series of hoax distress signals. He was convicted of doing the same thing in 2004.



Newport-Bermuda fleet to depart Friday

The first of more than a dozen starts is set for 2 p.m. EDT Friday when the 188-strong Newport Bermuda Race fleet gathers off Castle Hill in the East passage from Narragansett Bay to Rhode Island Sound for the 47th "thrash to the Onion Patch." Each class is then scheduled to start at 10-minute intervals for a two-hour period until all boats are heading out to cross the Gulf Stream towards Bermuda.



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