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Sturgeon jumps through boat's windshield

A 27-year-old woman last month became Florida's first victim of the year of a sturgeon strike, officials reported this week.

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Boaters, city clash over harbor fees

Dave and Karie Albert live aboard their Catalina 42 sailboat docked at a San Diego harbor. The couple is among liveaboard residents who say proposed rent increases for a slip are too high. City officials say the money is needed for harbor renovations, but one liveaboard says the increase will cost an additional $2,000 a year.

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Swedish club is new Cup challenger

The Royal Swedish Yacht Club (Kungliga Svenska Segel Sällskapet, KSSS), represented by Artemis Racing, is now the Challenger of Record for the 34th America’s Cup.

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US Sailing offers handling courses

US Sailing has developed the first national on-the-water hands-on certification for small powerboat handling. Certified instructors provide flexible, entry-level courses for adults and youth.

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Fuel prices expected to curtail pleasure boating

Owners of powerboats might spend more time anchored in marinas this summer if fuel costs remain high. As the boating community gets ready for Memorial Day, some are anticipating that powerboat owners will spend less time traveling, just as they did when fuel costs skyrocketed three years ago.

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