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Bluewater cruisers lend a hand

Participants in one of the world's great rallies are to assist a Caribbean island devastated by a hurricane by carrying supplies across the Atlantic Ocean.

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Rafters’ bluewater plans are smashed

High wind and waves on Lake Champlain dismantled a homemade raft Wednesday morning and scuttled three Vermont sailors' plans for a round-the-world voyage.

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IYRS schedules two open-house events

The International Yacht Restoration School in Rhode Island will host open houses at its Newport and Bristol campuses this month.

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Sailboat is a veteran's legacy

It's been a curious landmark for years - a 38-foot-long steel sailboat firmly anchored in the side yard of a southwest Springfield, Mo., man's home. Passers-by often do a double-take when they see an oceangoing vessel landlocked in a residential neighborhood.

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Alone, offshore with a broken mast

A 73-year-old Connecticut man spent two harrowing days off the coast of Florida's Jacksonville Beach in a boat with a broken mast and without power.

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