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Solo circumnavigator barred from regatta

She might have sailed solo around the world, but Jessica Watson can't compete in the Sydney to Hobart sail race until next year - because she's too young.

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One dead, others hurt when fishing boat capsizes

A recreational crab fishing trip for a group of friends from Sacramento ended tragically when their boat overturned, killing a 71-year-old man and injuring others.

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Cellular-satellite hybrid phone debuts

A new product launched this week aims to keep boaters and outdoors enthusiasts connected. The TerreStar Genus is the world's first dual-network smart phone and the ultimate backup insurance during horrific weather, or for anyone who lives in a weak cellular location.

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Boatyard keeps skill, craftsmanship afloat

Moores Marine Yacht Center in Beaufort, N.C., has become known as a sort of rescuer of American relics.

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An East Coast sailor goes (Mid)west

As a fairly experienced East Coast sailor, Stephen Blakely always wondered if boating is really that different elsewhere in the United States. A boat is a boat, after all, so do you really need new skills when you enter new waters?

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