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Duo plans a 500-mile row for charity

sol_0602Amateur rower Al Frei's is set to tackle his biggest row yet beginning June 21 in Kingston, Ontario, and will end at his mother's home on Lake George, N.Y. Once again the money raised will go to the Boys' Latin School of Maryland Scholarship Fund.



Atlantic bluefin tuna no longer on endangered list

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced that Atlantic bluefin tuna currently do not warrant species protection under the Endangered Species Act.



Sea Scout ‘ship’ earns flagship award

Sea Scout Ship 678 Tsunami of Battle Ground, Wash., was awarded the coveted BoatUS Flagship Award at Boy Scouts of America annual meeting held last Friday in San Diego.



Rambler breaks Block Island Race record

Even though it moved along at only five knots for several hours and briefly “parked” three times when the wind switched off completely, Rambler 100, George David’s rocket ship built for speed, broke — by 42 minutes and 45 seconds — Boomerang’s 2002 record in the Storm Trysail Club’s Block Island Race.



Hurricane predictions become a tough call

The difficult task of guessing what hurricane season will look like could be even more difficult this year for forecasters, who won't be able to rely on the relatively predictable forces known as El Niño and La Niña.



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