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Rafters’ bluewater plans are smashed

High wind and waves on Lake Champlain dismantled a homemade raft Wednesday morning and scuttled three Vermont sailors' plans for a round-the-world voyage.

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IYRS schedules two open-house events

The International Yacht Restoration School in Rhode Island will host open houses at its Newport and Bristol campuses this month.

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Sailboat is a veteran's legacy

It's been a curious landmark for years - a 38-foot-long steel sailboat firmly anchored in the side yard of a southwest Springfield, Mo., man's home. Passers-by often do a double-take when they see an oceangoing vessel landlocked in a residential neighborhood.

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Alone, offshore with a broken mast

A 73-year-old Connecticut man spent two harrowing days off the coast of Florida's Jacksonville Beach in a boat with a broken mast and without power.

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Lobster industry turns to foreign workers

Stonington, Maine, lobster dealer Hugh Reynolds often has trouble filling vacancies at GreenHead Lobster LLC. Sometimes he can find enough local workers to fill year-round positions, but often he has trouble finding enough reliable workers come summer.

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