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America’s Cup legal squabbles settled

An agreement was reached between the Golden Gate Yacht Club and Societe Nautique de Geneve that all outstanding litigation regarding the recent 33rd America's Cup match will be dropped by both sides.



Private maritime collection put up for sale

On April 14 at Bonhams, a London-based fine art auction house, a significant private American collection of maritime paintings, ephemera and models will be sold in New York. Entitled "An Important Maritime Collection, Including Maritime Paintings and Shipbuilders' Models," the auction features more than 100 lots, and the collection in its entirety is estimated to realize in excess of $1.4 million.



Online locator for fishing guides and charters

As the weather across the country is about to turn, anglers itching to get out fishing can start looking at some options for a guided trip at the BoatU.S. Angler Fishing Guide and Charter Locator.



Bluewater sail racers reach NYC starting line

The boating season is getting off to an early start this year with the arrival of two Open Class 60s sailboats named W Hotels and Estrella Damm.



Quadriplegic yachtswoman prepares for next challenge

British quadriplegic yachtswoman Hilary Lister has launched her latest challenge - to sail solo around the Kingdom of Bahrain. The 'Sail Bahrain' initiative has been developed to help raise awareness and funds for local disabled charity, Bahrain Mobility International (BMI).



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