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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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Lobster industry turns to foreign workers

Stonington, Maine, lobster dealer Hugh Reynolds often has trouble filling vacancies at GreenHead Lobster LLC. Sometimes he can find enough local workers to fill year-round positions, but often he has trouble finding enough reliable workers come summer.

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San Francisco could host America’s Cup

The chances of the next America's Cup being sailed with a backdrop of the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz improved dramatically Tuesday. City officials reached a host city agreement with the Golden Gate Yacht Club, which backs America's Cup defender BMW Oracle Racing.

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Online charter service announces contest winners

YachtWorldCharters.com, a single global marketplace for both the yacht charter industry and the individual charterer, announced the winners of the "Win a Charter" promotion at the recent United States Sailboat Show and United States Powerboat Show.

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Lost ship's legend lives on

The vicious, swirling storm that battered the Great Lakes region in late October inspired talk of a similar gale that brought about one of the great mysteries of the 20th century.

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