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  1. Playing the hand you're dealtRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Nor'Wester

    Life is full of disappointments. Sometimes it seems the very days are overflowing with them.


  2. America's Cup charity offers up free sailing sessions for Portsmouth youngstersRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Portsmouth Today

    The 1851 Trust, the official charity of Portsmouth-based Land Rover BAR, in partnership with the Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation, will be providing taster sessions on the water throughout the summer holidays. Jo Stocks, chief executive officer of the 1851 Trust, said: 'This is a great opportunity for more young people from Portsmouth and the surrounding areas to get out on the water, learn about sailing and most importantly have fun in a safe and friendly environment.


  3. Portsmouth attractions team up to offer bumper America's Cup visitor ticketRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Portsmouth Today

    Organisers of the Portsmouth sailing spectacle and the Spinnaker Tower have together created a visitor ticket for the weekend of July 22 to 24. They can then browse shops in Gunwharf Quays before heading over to the World Series race village near Southsea Castle. The village provides close-up views of the racing, and includes live commentary, entry to a technology zone and there will be appearances from sailors to complete the experience.


  4. Lakewood Yacht Club Will Host the 2016 J/Fest RegattaRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Bay Area Observer

    Lakewood Yacht Club is proud to announce that it will host the 7th Annual J/Fest Southwest Regatta. Open to all J/boat designs, the race will take place in Galveston Bay from October 28-30 this year.


  5. Welcome summer, yacht-club styleRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Times-Standard

    Second year Junior Sailing student Evan Caron all smiles as he takes a break in his own sailboat last summer. The club has been on the bay for 78 years and has been an advocate for safety and fun for all of them.


  6. Terminally ill woman sails for first timeRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Walton Sun

    Because of that, she felt special, like God had blessed her by allowing her to be born on such a special day. She also felt obligated to make sure she went the extra mile in everything she did.


  7. PHOTOS: Terminally ill woman gets wish to sailRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Northwest Florida Daily News

    PHOTOS: Somerby of Santa Rosa Beach resident Dottie Dorand, who suffers from a terminal lung disease, got her wish to sailing for the first time Wednesday aboard the Smile-n-Wave charter sailboat.


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    6 hrs ago | City of New York

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  9. Wine guide to Carnival Cruise LinesRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago |

    During a Carnival Cruise you have plenty of options to enjoy a lot of food and beverages. Those who love a glass of wine will be happy to know that there are options available for them too aboard the Carnival Cruise ships.


  10. Auckland to host youth world sailing championshipsRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago |

    The new bidding process was only opened in March and Yachting New Zealand and Auckland reacted quickly to secure the rights. New Zealand has a proud history in the event with notable winners Chris Dickson, Russell Coutts, and Dean Barker going on the be leading figures in the America's Cup.


  11. Havana good time: Cuban capital's 'incredible spirit' enchants cruise passengersRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | The Orlando Sentinel

    Passengers of Adonia shared their thoughts on how it felt as they approached Havana on Monday to begin exploring a city that has not seen a U.S. cruise vessel dock in decades. Passengers of Adonia shared their thoughts on how it felt as they approached Havana on Monday to begin exploring a city that has not seen a U.S. cruise vessel dock in decades.


  12. John Bramwell Ridsdel, 1948-2016Read the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | MacLeans

    John Bramwell Ridsdel was born in London, England, on Sept. 9, 1948, the son of William, a British ophthalmologist, and Jessica, a Scottish nurse.


  13. Could airborne cable car boost Chicago tourism?Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Chicago Tribune

    The latest idea to boost Chicago tourism is for an aerial gondola called The Skyline, which would connect Navy Pier, Millennium Park and the Chicago Riverwalk. Imagine sitting in a sleek, modern-day cable car zipping over the Chicago River to Navy Pier, perhaps even Millennium Park.


  14. BC Babes Making Waves with CruiserTVRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | PR Log

    VANCOUVER, British Columbia - May 4, 2016 - PRLog -- If you are looking to leave the rat race behind there is no better way than to just do it, say two BC women launching a TV show on how to sail away into paradise. The premise of CruiserTV is to learn everything you need to know about buying a boat, learning how to sail, travel destinations, marine equipment, financing your voyage, and the sailing lifestyle.


  15. 8 of the best new cruise ships hitting the seas in 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 15 | CNN

    Carrying just 600 guests, this 12-level ship will have 300 opulent suites and visits ports nestled in tight spots the big ships can't access. It begins sailing in December 2016, leaving port in Greece before making its way through the Middle East and Asia.


  16. Chicago Is Getting A Major Party On A Barge In Lake Michigan Next MonthRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Chicagoist

    I've never been to the America's Cup World Series, because 1. I do not own a boat and 2. I don't quite get the appeal of watching more athletic people than me race each other in theirs. But over a hundred years can't be wrong, and the longtime boat race known as "Formula One on water" is finally coming to the Second City.


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  18. Stone sailor to help raise cash for cystic fibrosis researchRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Staffordshire Newsletter

    A SAILOR from Stone is due to embark on the second leg of a round Britain marathon which is raising thousands of pounds for vital research into cystic fibrosis. Michael Goodwin is inviting friends and fellow sailors to join him as he sets sail from Greenock, near Glasgow, on an estimated 1,200 mile journey, tomorrow.


  19. The America's Cup is coming to New York this weekend - here's why you should absolutely watchRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Silicon Alley Insider

    New York will host the next round of an international series of sailing racing leading up to the 2017 America's Cup this weekend, May 7-8. will not be contested until next year, the lead-in "Louis Vuitton America's Cup World Series" marks the first time the Cup has returned to the New York harbor since 1920.


  20. Hauntings, haints, and lighthousesRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | The Times

    Apalachicolans are accustomed to the late October spectre of youthful goblins and ghosts prowling our alleys and stalking our criss-crossed avenues and streets, gleefully demanding Halloween treats in return for sparing us their ghoulish tricks.