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Sick cruise passenger dropped into the sea

A grandmother taken ill on a cruise ship fell into the freezing Arctic Ocean after being dropped by paramedics transferring her to a rescue boat.

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Shark documentary sneak peek offered

International marine and wildlife conservation artists Guy Harvey and Wyland join with renown scuba diver and wildlife photographer Jim Abernathy to showcase "This is Your Ocean: Sharks," as the Eco Spotlight feature at the Newport Beach Film Festival, scheduled for April 28-May 5 in California.

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Maine boatbuilder up for sale

southport0420Southport Island Marine, an 11-year-old Maine boatbuilder and service yard, is for sale.

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Stage is set for Transatlantic Race

transat0421While the water views from anywhere along Rhode Island's Newport Harbor are already magnificent, they will be more so in late June and early July when 32 oceangoing yachts set sail in the Transatlantic Race 2011, which charts a course that stretches 2,975 nautical miles from Newport to Lizard Point, at the end of a peninsula in South Cornwall (UK).

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Fly-fishing great dies at 80

Billy Pate, a fly-fishing legend, died Monday in a Homestead, Fla., nursing home after a long bout with Alzheimer's disease. He was 80.

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