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Special deal on earning captain’s license

Sea School can train people to legally operate a boat up to 100 tons and can provide them with Coast Guard-approved training that leads to a captain's license.

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Missing sailor found after nine days

A Texas solo sailor bound for what he expected to be a four-day cruise to Mississippi found himself pummeled by weather and disoriented aboard his boat with a damaged rudder.

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Another E15 decision expected soon

The Environmental Protection Agency is expected to rule later this month on the use of E15 in vehicle models from the years 2001-2006, a decision the agency postponed last fall because it had not completed its tests, the National Marine Manufacturers Association reports.

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Study identifies common sailing injuries

A study from Rhode Island Hospital, published in the journal Wilderness and Environmental Medicine, shines a light on how sailors are becoming injured on boats both small and large.

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Famed Maine sardine plant to become a boatyard

A group of Maine maritime professionals intend to convert the former Stinson Seafood property in Belfast, Maine, into a major regional shipyard.

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