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Coast Guard not alerted to capsize rescue

Four people were pulled from the ocean Sunday before the Coast Guard knew they were safe and the agency engaged in a search 27 miles from shore.

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Boat dealer has to repay swindled customers

A New Jersey boat dealer has admitted swindling customers and will be required under a plea agreement to repay them about $60,000.

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Inmates pull boating victims from bay

San Quentin inmates helped rescue a man and woman early Wednesday whose boat had capsized near the state prison, but the man was pronounced dead at a hospital, authorities said.

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After oil spill, shrimpers hope for blessed season

To mark the one-year anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon rig spill, National Public Radio revisited a Cajun family living on the fragile edge of Louisiana. Last spring, the Chauvins, who have made shrimping their livelihood for five generations, made a tough decision to help BP clean up the oil spill.

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American ocean racer sails to victory

American solo sailor Brad Van Liew made it a four wins out of four legs Tuesday in the Velux 5 Oceans solo round-the-world race as he sailed into his hometown of Charleston, S.C., to a hero's welcome.

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