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Tracing a yacht's trek through time

In 1927, work began on Mount Rushmore, the first trans-Atlantic call was made, the daily wage was $1 and the first 50-foot yacht was built and launched from the Vinyard Shipyard in Milford, Del.

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Anchored boat run down by larger vessel

A Canadian couple say they feel lucky to be alive after jumping off their 24-foot cuddy cabin boat and into the water seconds before it was crushed by a 34-foot cruiser near a popular swimming area.

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National BUI crackdown set for this weekend

Marine law enforcement officers will be out in full force this weekend for Operation Dry Water, a nationwide crackdown on boating under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

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Asian carp found above Great Lakes electric barrier

A bighead Asian carp was found in Lake Calumet, the first discovered above the electric barrier system designed by the Army Corps of Engineers to prevent the fish from entering the Great Lakes.

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Reward offered for hit-and-run information

A $5,000 reward has been offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for a boating accident. The family of Mark Gentile, 56, from Mount Jackson, Va., is offering the reward for information on the June 5 hit-and-run boating accident that severely injured Gentile.

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