A British Columbia Supreme Court justice will decide whether two North Vancouver companies can be held responsible for a ferry crash on June 30, 2005 in which the Queen of Oak Bay smashed into docks at Sewell's Marina in West Vancouver.
The two-man team that took the top prize at a California college fishing championship said one member fished for 10 hours with a hook in his head.
More than eight hours after being rescued by the Coast Guard, fishermen who were stranded 80 miles off shore returned to land in Atlantic City, where they were reunited with their worried relatives and told their tale of survival.
The financial crisis sent panic through the world of superyachts, with overleveraged tycoons abandoning ship, and sales in a deep freeze. Two years later, Vanity Fair delves into the motives, means, and lifestyles of the oligarchs, operators, and sea-lovers who are still riding the waves.
Brunswick Corp. is partnering with the United States Power Squadrons to conduct boater education through participating Brunswick boat brand dealerships across the United States.
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