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Seaport offers free admission for teachers

Educators and their families - up to four people total - will be admitted for free this weekend, April 10-11, into Mystic Seaport during Educators' Weekend.



Cruising family shipwrecked on remote island

An Australian family of four faces six months of living on turtles and sleeping in rough accommodations after they were stranded on a tiny Pacific island during a tropical storm.



Old fishing schooner prospers despite a sea change

In 1911, Tordenskjold, a 75-foot schooner hewed from old-growth fir, left the Ballard, Wash., docks for its first season of halibut fishing off Alaska.



Boston rower nears trans-Atlantic shore

A retired U.S. marshal has rowed for 93 days through stormy seas and blistering heat. He's been rationing food for a couple of weeks now, eating just two meals a day, so he doesn't run out before he makes it ashore.



Navy ship captures suspected pirates, rescues crew

The crew of the guided-missile destroyer USS McFaul captured 10 suspected pirates and rescued eight crewmembers April 5 from the Indian cargo dhow Faize Osamani near Salalah, Oman, after a dhow and three skiffs attempted to attack the motor vessel Rising Sun the same day.



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