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Coast Guard weighs kill-switch regulation

The Coast Guard is seeking public comment about whether changes are needed to the regulations covering standard safety features on certain recreational vessels.

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Boater suffers heart attack in storm

Authorities say a boater in Lynn, Mass., suffered a fatal heart attack Thursday while returning to port during powerful late-afternoon squall that raked the Northeast.

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Model-boat enthusiast sunk by City Hall

Every summer Sunday for more than 25 years, Victor Cotte, a disabled former machinist from the Bronx, N.Y., has traveled down to Central Park to indulge his great passion — model boating.

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Caribbean bareboat charter contest launched

To encourage more sailors to take advantage of the sailing lifestyle, Florida-based Offshore Sailing School announced a contest for those who want to learn to cruise and start bareboat chartering.

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Titanic II follows its predecessor to the bottom

A British skipper with a sense of humor set out from his port in Dorset, England, on the maiden voyage of his 16-foot powerboat inauspiciously named Titanic II.

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