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Galley cooks called to contest

A nautical group that calls itself Poseidon Cooks is starting a contest with the challenge to create the best single-burner meal.

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‘Mechanic’ ordered to reimburse swindled boaters

A 39-year-old Florida man who claimed to do marine service and repair work, but who defrauded three boaters out of nearly $90,000 in equipment and repairs, agreed to reimburse them in return for a lenient sentence.

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Man still missing 3 years after boat capsizes

The night of March 10, 2007, was one of horror for four Florida men whose boat capsized about 50 miles north of the Boca Grande Pass in the Gulf of Mexico.

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Sailboat bound for Bermuda rescued

An 88-foot sailboat headed from Salem, Mass., to sunnier climes was in trouble in turbulent seas 100 miles southeast of Nantucket, the Coast Guard said. Raw Faith, which had two people on board, was disabled in seas running 10 to 15 feet with winds blowing 28 to 35 miles per hour.

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World’s largest solar boat docks in Mexico

The world's largest solar boat, the Turanor PlanetSolar, docked Tuesday at Cancun, Mexico to witness the first major world climate conference of the year.

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