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Passionate boater restores 1930s-era boat

Dr. Keith Van Meter's love for the Gulf of Mexico and the waterways of Louisiana is intertwined in both his professional career as an emergency medicine physician with a subspecialty in hyperbarics medicine and personal hobby of more than 30 years: refurbishing a boat used to intercept "rum runners."

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Whaleship Morgan completes first leg of historic voyage

The historic whaleship Charles W. Morgan, America’s oldest commercial vessel and a National Historic Landmark, completed the first leg of her 38th voyage when she sailed into Newport, R.I., today.

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Sailor, author to speak on ill-fated tall ship

Douglas A. Campbell, co-author of the non-fiction book, “Rescue of the Bounty,” will discuss his work from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Friday, June 20, at the Rathbun Library in East Haddam, Conn.

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Father-and-son team plans record-setting voyage

A father-and-son team from Aspen Power Catamarans will attempt to circumnavigate Vancouver Island non-stop, unrefueled in a production boat, starting Friday.

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First modern ship was considered dangerous

Launched 170 years ago, the SS Great Britain was an innovation showcase that introduced a number of operational and technical innovations that became building blocks of the modern maritime world.

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