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  1. Ship to sail into Newport for Champions League finalRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | South Wales Argus

    Meanwhile hotels in the region are close to capacity, if not completely booked, with just under 100 days to go until the event on Saturday, June 3. The MS Magellan, sailing for Cruise & Maritime Voyages, will be present in the docks on the weekend of the event. Some of the ship's functions are set to be used in connection with the final before setting sail on Sunday, June 4. The entirety of the Celtic Manor Resort has been hired out ahead of the event, along with the nearby Travelodge and Holiday Inn at The Coldra.


  2. Fighting talk from Swedes as they launch some America's Cup magicRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago |

    Sweden's Artemis Racing are looking for some magic from their boat as they predict tight racing in the next America's Cup. There were no cycling pedestals but plenty of fighting talk as Swedish syndicate Artemis Racing launched their new boat to contest this year's America's Cup.


  3. Ainslie nearly turned to Hoy in bid to win America's CupRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Daily Mail

    Sir Ben Ainslie reveals he nearly turned to Sir Chris Hoy's pedal power in bid to win the America's Cup Sir Ben Ainslie contemplated calling on Sir Chris Hoy for help in his bid to win Great Britain's first America's Cup in 166 years. Land Rover BAR is seeking to win the trophy which was first awarded in 1851 when the 35th America's Cup match takes place in Bermuda this June.


  4. The week's best deals around the globeRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    European Waterways is celebrating the 100th anniversary of its L'Art de Vivre hotel barge with 20 percent off 2017 cruises. The luxury eight-passenger vessel spends a week cruising near the Burgundy region of France.


  5. Akaroa Harbour combines beauty and cuteness with a dramatic pastRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Press On-Line

    Our Black Cat tour boat bobs gently in the slight swell and with the engine and generator turned off, there's a slap of wave on aluminium. You easily hear the Hector's dolphins breathing when they roller-coaster across the surface for a look.


  6. Meet the Baltimore across the Atlantic, a jewel of IrelandRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Baltimore Sun

    Forget our brassy Queen of the Patapsco on this side of the Atlantic. Celtic Baltimore instead is a still-functioning five-trawler fishing village of 340 permanent residents - about a Saturday night's crowd at Bertha's Mussels - clinging to the spiny southwest corner of Ireland facing Spain.


  7. Sunday CocktailRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 1, 2017 | Free Press

    Shaken, or stirred? This perhaps is the most common question asked of a server when taking an order for a Martini. The second most common question encountered during the ordering of a Martini is "dry, or extra dry?" Wednesday, January 4, 2017 Cocktails may not be part of a balanced breakfast, but they are an essential part of the perfect brunch.


  8. Norwegian Cruise Line Is Already Planning a Second Ship for ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Skift

    Norwegian Cruise Line is preparing to launch its first ship in China this year and already plans to send a second. The funnel of a Norwegian ship is pictured here.


  9. Smooth sailing as charity gets boost from beer and cider festivalRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago |

    The charity provides opportunities for people with disabilities to sail for fun, to learn to sail or to progress to sailing competitively. Sailing gives participants the opportunity to take part in a healthy, sociable and outdoor activity, and provides a freedom on the water regardless of their disability.


  10. Pinellas news briefsRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | St. Petersburg Times

    Sponsors sought for wellness fair: The Shepherd Center, 304 S Pinellas Ave. in Tarpon Springs, is seeking sponsors for its Wellness Fair being held April 11. For information call 939-1400 or email [email protected] Top Local Chef seeks participants : LocalShops1's Top Local Chef returns for its eighth year on April 30 from 5 to 7:30 p.m., this year aboard a luxury yacht.


  11. Disney keeps largest ships at Port Canaveral for summer 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Florida Today

    Disney Cruise Line's two largest ships will continue to sail out of their Port Canaveral home in the summer of 2018. Disney keeps largest ships at Port Canaveral for summer 2018 Disney Cruise Line's two largest ships will continue to sail out of their Port Canaveral home in the summer of 2018.


  12. Nelson student sets sail for schoolRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Nelson Mail

    Luca Beignet 12, lives on a yacht in the harbour, and takes a dingy, then cycles to Nelson Intermediate School every day. Having spent his entire life living on boats sailing the southern seas, a daily return trip across Nelson harbour is small fry for the 12-year-old and his family.


  13. Get on board with cruise coverRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Scoop

    Preparing to soak up the sun and scenery on board a Kiwi cruise? You may want to consider cruise cover before you set sail. When it comes to cruising in New Zealand waters it is a common misconception that you are eligible for medical cover as per usual.


  14. Partnership with China Cup announcedRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Scoop

    Emirates Team New Zealand today announces a new partnership with the China Cup International regatta and its official partner Yiihua Technology & Pocket Tech. The partnership will strengthen the cooperation in team sponsorship, personnel exchange visits, and youth sailing as well as exploring the collaboration with technology importation, yacht trading and industry investment.


  15. High Seas and High StakesRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | HistoryNet

    Would the North recognize Confederate privateers as agents of a sovereign state, or hang them from the yardarm as pirates? AMONG THE PRESSING PROBLEMS federate States of America faced in 1861 was its lack of a naval force. Although the U.S. Navy had only 42 warships in commission when the war began in April, the federal government could at least refurbish others that had been "laid up in ordinary" , and also had the resources to build and buy more vessels.


  16. Carnival announces the first Chinese cruise ships built in ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | The Miami Herald

    The blossoming Chinese cruising market got a first-of-its-kind investment from Doral-based Carnival Corp. Wednesday: The cruise giant is set to introduce the first ships built for the Chinese traveler in China. Typically, cruise ships - wherever in the world they are destined to sail - are built at European shipyards in Italy, France and Germany.


  17. Tennis returned to sea to recapture its innocenceRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Georgia Straight

    The husband-and-wife team of Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley might have worked through a difficult time with their new album, Yours Conditionally , but that doesn't guarantee smooth sailing in the months ahead. "I feel good right now, but talk to me after the Vancouver show and we'll see how I'm doing," Moore says, on the line from her hometown of Denver, Colorado.


  18. The history of Olympic windsurfingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Surfing News

    In 1984, windsurfing became the youngest sport ever to be included in the Olympic Games. Since then, sailboarding has always been part of the Olympic sailing competition.


  19. Bodenwein foundation distributing $106,500 in grantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Day

    To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: In this file photo, students sail around Greens Harbor on a low wind day as part of the New England Science & Sailing summer community boating program at Greens Harbor Beach in New London, Wednesday, July 15, 2015. New London - The Day's Bodenwein Public Benevolent Foundation will distribute $106,500 in grants to nonprofit organizations that help needy children, families and individuals and support the arts, the newspaper announced.


  20. Luca and his sail-ready family no land lubbersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Nelson Mail

    Luca Beihenert, 12, lives on a yacht in the harbour, and takes a dingy, then cycles to Nelson Intermediate School every day. Having spent his entire life living on boats sailing the southern seas, a daily return trip across Nelson harbour is small fry for the 12-year-old and his family.