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  1. Israeli naval forces prepare to intercept Gaza Aid flotillaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | Juan Cole

    Israeli naval forces are preparing to intercept the Gaza-bound Freedom Flotilla III which is expected to arrive in Gaza on Monday, Israeli media reported Sunday. The Hebrew-language news source nrg.co.il reported that Israel's navy will deploy the "Shayetet 13" naval special forces unit onto the ships if necessary, and if activists on the ships "were violent."

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  2. Israeli Navy intercepts Gaza-bound ship, no injuries reportedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | The Times of Israel

    The Marianne of Gothenburg, a Swedish-flagged trawler leading a flotilla of boats sailing for the Gaza Strip, June 2015. Israeli Navy commandos boarded a ship that was headed for the Gaza Strip overnight Sunday-Monday and took control of the vessel The Swedish-registered Marianne of Gothenburg will now be taken to Ashdod port, after which the activists on board will likely be deported, as Israeli officials have warned.

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  3. Smooth sailing: What happened to our old hometowns?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | St. Augustine Record

    I woke up to the sounding of a familiar foghorn in the upstairs bedroom of my friend Marshall's house on the verdant banks of Barter's Creek in Kittery Point, Maine. It is an old sea captain's house built on carved granite blocks and drystack stone just over 200 years ago.

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  4. Three of four flotilla vessels turn back, one heads toward GazaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | The Times of Israel

    Pro-Palestinian activists aboard the Marianne as it makes its way toward the Gaza Strip, Sunday June 28, 2015. Three of the four vessels that make up the flotilla en route to the Gaza Strip turned course and were heading back to their ports of origin, organizers announced overnight Sunday-Monday, adding that the Swedish-registered Marianne of Gothenburg was continuing on solo toward the blockaded Palestinian enclave.

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  5. Team New Zealand get Toyota's continued support ahead of 2017 America's CupRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | Stuff.co.nz

    Team New Zealand's campaign to regain the America's Cup has received a further boost with long-time sponsor Toyota announcing their ongoing support. The vehicle manufacturer has supported Team NZ for over 20 years and are the third established sponsor, alongside Emirates and Omega, to continue backing the team as they build towards the 2017 Cup in Bermuda.

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  6. Michelle Sladea s Sailing in Marin: Multihull race boats like Orion rarely seen on West CoastRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | Marin Independent Journal

    Browsing images of the MOD70 Orion screaming down the West Coast from San Diego to Mexico in the 2014 San Diego to Puerto Vallarta race offers a mere glimpse of what was really like to be on board the spectacularly fast racing trimaran as it sailed a record-breaking race, often times with its windward ama pointing skyward, the leeward ama barely in the water. The thrill of the moment belonged to Orion's crew, including Sausalito's Charlie Ogletree and Larkspur's Zan Drejes, sailing professionals who are both fortunate enough to call the experience “work”.

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  7. Emirates Team New Zealand Welcomes Toyota Back to the TeamRead the original story

    Sunday Jun 28 | Scoop

    Toyota New Zealand today announced their ongoing sponsorship with Emirates Team New Zealand extending the support of the team for over 20 years. "To have an Emirates Team New Zealand boat without the Toyota brand proudly emblazoned on it would be like driving a Hilux with Corolla wheels- it simply would not feel right.

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  8. PM Netanyahua s Letter to the #FreedomFlotilla of FoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | The Jewish Press

    "Welcome to Israel! It seems you got lost. Perhaps you meant to sail to a place not far from here - Syria..." Prime Minister Netanyahu has penned a letter to be delivered to the Flotilla to Gaza activists, presumably to be handed to them as they are being towed to port.

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  9. Day 2 of Clagett Regatta is On the BooksRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | Patch.com

    Day two of racing at the 13th C. Thomas Clagett, Jr. Memorial Clinic and Regatta, hosted by Sail Newport in Fort Adams State Park, was under a cloudy sky with an East - South East breeze topping out at 15 knots on Narragansett Bay. Prior to racing the race committee announced to the Clagett fleet, that at the end of racing today due to a forecast overnight of winds in excess of 30knots that the 25 boats would be hauled out and the race committee would make a decision at 10am tomorrow if the final day of racing would go ahead.

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  10. Pro-Palestinian flotilla nears Gaza Strip -- and likely Israeli interceptionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | Los Angeles Times

    Five years after the fatal interception of a Gaza-bound flotilla, a new group of pro-Palestinian activists sailing for the Gaza Strip on Sunday urged Israel to allow them to arrive peacefully. Organized by the Freedom Flotilla III, four boats set to sea from Greece in recent days, carrying 47 passengers from 17 countries, and a message to Israel to lift the naval blockade it imposed on the Palestinian coastal enclave after the militant movement Hamas wrested control of Gaza from the more moderate Palestinian Authority in 2007.

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  11. Sea Notes: Margalo captures Class A in Marion Bermuda raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | SouthCoastToday.com

    Chip Johns of Mattapoisett and the crew onboard Margalo, a Baltic 48, captured the Class A trophy in the Founders division in the 20th biennial Marion Bermuda Cruising Yacht Race. Margalo bested Ariel, a J-46 skippered by Bob Anderson of Barrington, Rhode Island, and Defiance, a Nautor Swan 56 skippered by Peter Noonan of Newport, R.I., for top honors.

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  12. Charlestona s Southern hospitality, beauty and charm belie the citya s often-grim historyRead the original story

    Sunday Jun 28 | Washington Times

    I visited South Carolina's Statehouse on June 4, the last day of the regular legislative session. Clementa Pinckney, South Carolina's youngest-ever elected state legislator and a pastor regarded as a moral compass for the state government, was on the Senate floor.

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  13. Hinckley Yachts returns to their sailing roots with the launch of the elegantly modern Bermuda 50Read the original story

    Sunday Jun 28 | Forbes.com

    During my previous life as an editor at several American yachting magazines, I was lucky enough to sail thousands of offshore miles on a wide variety of boats. My job as yachting scribe has brought me on adventures from the Arctic Circle to the equator, and to nearly every tropical destination in between.

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  14. Israel vows to prevent flotilla from reaching GazaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | The Times of Israel

    As experts ponder lessons from 2010's botched raid on the Mavi Marmara, Jerusalem insists its naval blockade of the Strip is legal Marianne av GA teborg, a Swedish flagged trawler leading a flotilla of boats sailing for the Gaza Strip, June 2015. Israel will not allow the pro-Palestinian flotilla to reach the shores of Gaza and is prepared for "any scenario," the Foreign Ministry said Sunday, as the first of four vessels made its way to the region in a purported bid to deliver humanitarian aid to the people of Gaza.

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  15. 30 Year Old U.S. Olympic Sailor Trevor Moore missing Since 6/25/15 in Biscayne Bay Miami, FLRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | Scared Monkeys

    Trevor Moore, who is a sailing coach, was last seen early Thursday afternoon and also captured on surveillance tape when he left the U.S. Sailing Center in a 15-foot inflatable power boat. Daniel Leira stated that, "After lunch, around 1 p.m., I saw him go out in a blue RIB," however, around 5 PM the boat was found tangled in some moorings.

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  16. Coast Guard suspends search for missing Olympic sailorRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | Valley News Live

    A three-day search for a missing Olympic sailor has ended without success. The Coast Guard says it suspended the search for Trevor Moore, in Biscayne Bay, Florida, Saturday evening at sunset.

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  17. Emotional reunion as cruise ship sails into WearRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | Sunderland Echo

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Norah Jackson, Per Bygnes, Robin Jackson and Gunvor Bygnes enjoy a reunion after the MS Gann arrived on the Wear.

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  18. Syrian gangs dominate trafficking in AegeanRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 13, 2011 | Turkish Daily News

    Syrians have begun to dominate human smuggling activities in the Aegean Sea that originate in Turkey, police have said amid frequent attempts by refugees set-ting sail across the sea in an effort to reach EU-member Greece. Turkey has become a destination for migrants looking to illegally enter the Euro-pean Union both because it sits next door to Syria, which has been ensconced in a brutal civil war for four years, and because it shares borders with EU members Bulgaria and Greece.

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  19. Lower Cape compound preserved as community sailing clubRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | Cape Cod Times

    In the boathouse, the McClennen grandchildren are forever young, their footprints pressed into the cement floor when it was poured in 1947. Alan McClennen remembers that as if they had been pressed onto his memory.

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  20. Jon Sanders rescuedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | Yahoo!

    Sailing legend Jon Sanders is recovering in Geraldton after being rescued when a yacht he was delivering sank 20 nautical miles south of Steep Point last night. The alarm was raised just before 6pm by his brother Colin Sanders who contacted the Kalbarri sea rescue service and the Australian Maritime Safety Authority.

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