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Organization reminds of ‘myths’ about boat insurance

BoatU.S. says many boaters and anglers might be surprised to know the important details about their own boat's insurance policy. The national organization of boaters has issued a press release "debunking" two common myths about boat insurance to help boaters choose the right coverage and become more informed consumers.



Mariners lament Coast Guard budget cuts

In response to a federal budget proposal that would close Coast Guard helicopter stations based in Waukegan, Ill., and Muskegon, Mich., the Great Lakes Boating Federation is urging recreational boaters in Michigan and the region to contact their local congressman to voice strong opposition to the cuts.



Nine-year-old boy breaks world fishing record

041910_McCluskeyNine-year-old Jack McCluskey, of Palm Beach, Fla., broke a world record last Friday with the last of the needed fish species to qualify for the youngest angler ever to achieve the Billfish Royal Slam.



Help set an inflatable life jacket world record

The National Safe Boating Council and Canadian Safe Boating Council are teaming up to set a world record.



New trans-Atlantic race announced

The Transatlantic Race 2011 and the Atlantic Ocean Racing Series 2011 were recently announced by their organizers: the New York Yacht Club and the Royal Yacht Squadron, in association with the Royal Ocean Racing Club and the Storm Trysail Club.



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