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New owner, big plans for historic boatyard

The iconic Merrill-Stevens boatyard in Miami has a new owner with ambitious plans to renovate the facility that has been a mainstay on the Miami River since the 1920s.

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Coast Guard probes possible hoax call

The Coast Guard launched an investigation Tuesday into a possible hoax after a 10-hour search off Sandy Hook, N.J., turned up no sign of four boaters who sent distress calls saying they were abandoning ship.

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Yacht rescued in fierce storm

A volunteer team of Royal National Lifeboat Institution lifeboats from Yarmouth, England, battled through rough seas and a Force 10 storm Sunday to rescue a 32-foot yacht and its crew.

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Search begins for ships lost in World War II

NOAA is leading a summer research expedition that began June 1 to locate and study World War II shipwrecks sunk in 1942 off North Carolina during the Battle of the Atlantic, specifically the Battle of Convoy KS-520.

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Boating fatalities fall to record low

The Coast Guard announced Wednesday its official 2010 recreational boating statistics and noted that total fatalities fell to a record low of 672.

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