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Boats aren't needed after lake disappears

The owner of a boat and RV dealership in Manchester, Iowa, is organizing a boat auction for Lake Dehli boaters looking to sell their vessels after the emptying of the 9-mile lake.

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Artist uses boatbuilding skills to carve intricate models

For 30 years, Mark Sutherland has fashioned New England's maritime history from blocks of wood and bits of bone. Part shipwright, part folk artist, he builds ships of all sizes from intricately detailed models of 19th century whalers and merchant vessels to life-sized sailboats.

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Northeast boat show season approaching

The summer boating season is still going strong up and down the coast, but autumn is inevitably on the way. In the Northeast, that means boat show season.

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Snapshot of a summer living aboard

Ray Dintino and his wife, Judy, maintain a home in Amherst, N.Y. They also spend many summer days and nights aboard their 32-foot Carver, Cloud IX, docked at the Buffalo Launch Club on Grand Island.

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Old boat becomes state of the art

The boating world is setting a course for Maine's Rockland harbor, because of an old boat that is suddenly state of the art. The 45-foot Northern Spy is actually 56 years old - but is the first older vessel anywhere in the country to be equipped with a Volvo IPS joystick-controlled pod-drive propulsion system.

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