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  1. Showing a Cannes-do attitude: A brilliant break in Theoule-sur-Mer, ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Daily Mail

    Brits abroad on candid camera: Ugly truth of tourists' behaviour in Europe's most popular resorts revealed in jaw-dropping pictures British tourist arrested in Abu Dhabi for 'swearing at the police and airport staff' because he had missed his flight BREAKING NEWS: EasyJet flight forced to turn around immediately after take-off and make emergency landing at Gatwick due to 'technical fault' 'End of an era' as Madrid's oldest cafe shuts its doors after 128 years to the dismay of dedicated fans Tripping the Tuscan light fantastic: Learning to paint in Italy's loveliest region Live the high life for the price of a six pack: Stay at luxurious Cote d'Azur villa belonging to Stella Artois chief for just A 21 Would YOU pay extra to be first off the plane? A quarter of holidaymakers willing to spend more to avoid queuing in the aisle Put it away! Tourists warned to 'dress appropriately' by ... (more)

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  2. Kate Middleton's Sleek Ponytail - Get Her Chic StyleRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | HollywoodLife

    Kate looked chic as she braved the rain at America's Cup in Portsmouth, England on July 26. Though the race was canceled due to weather, Kate's hair was a winning look! Kate Middleton , 33, looked so great wearing a matching fleece jacket alongside husband Prince William as they attended the sailing race. Her hair was appropriate for the occasion, in a pretty ponytail.

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  3. Taxes cause problems for Greek boat-buildersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Salt Lake Tribune

    Athens a At its height eight years ago, George Kranitis' family-owned shipyard in Patra, Greece's third-largest city, employed some 35 people and sold around 340 boats annually. In order to get its third financial bailout in five years, Greece's government has had to introduce a series of economic reforms and austerity measures - just to get discussions started.

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  4. Prima TV eyes stake in Giglio GroupRead the original story

    Monday | Advanced-television.com

    Italian media company Prima TV has expressed an interest in acquiring a stake in Italian channel producer Giglio Group, ahead of its listing on the Italian Stock Exchange. Giglio Group has been present in Italy for over 10 years with the channels Music Box, Yacht & Sail, Play.me, Acqua and, internationally, with the Nautical Channel , dedicated to sailing.

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  5. Problems pile up for Greek boat-builders as taxes biteRead the original story

    Monday | NewsandSentinel.com

    At its height eight years ago, George Kranitis' family-owned shipyard in Patra, Greece's third-largest city, employed some 35 people and sold around 340 boats annually. But after years of biting recession, Kranitis has had to fire almost everyone at the 10,000 sq.

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  6. MV Princess of Acadia sets sail for last time on MondayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | CBC News

    After 44 years on the water, the MV Princess of Acadia will cross the Bay of Fundy for the final time on Monday evening. "When the Princess of Acadia first started going, they used to have dances on board, dances for $25 a person to go on board for a ride across and right back," recalled Linda Breau, who shared her memories of the early crossings on Information Morning Saint John on Monday.

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  7. Beckii Handy, aged 18, pictured at home in SolihullRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | IcSuttoncoldfield

    One of the youngest British ovarian cancer survivors has fought back against her illness to complete a top Britain sailing event. One of the youngest British ovarian cancer survivors has fought back against her illness to complete a top Britain sailing event.

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  8. Kate Middleton Looks Gorgeous Despite the Rain in First Official...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | ETonline

    The 33-year-old Duchess of Cambridge attended the America's Cup World Series in Portsmouth, England on Sunday, her first official royal outing since giving birth to Princess Charlotte in May. Wearing matching navy blue Land Rover Bar team fleece jackets with her husband, 33-year-old Prince William, the royal couple was picture-perfect as ever rocking their custom gear. Sadly, the America's Cup races had to be canceled because of bad weather, though Kate and William still met a few of the families of the crew and management teams.

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  9. Offshore Racing Association Celebrating its 10th AnniversaryRead the original story

    Monday | PR Log

    PRLog - July 27, 2015 - NEWPORT, R.I. -- The Offshore Racing Association was founded in August 2005 as a sailboat owners' association dedicated to improving offshore racing for the large number of amateur cruiser racers. Now celebrating its 10th year, the organization has stayed true to its original purpose and has become one of the premier rule developers both nationally and internationally.

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  10. Video: Duchess of Cambridge wears large goggles for sailing simulatorRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Globe and Mail

    The Duchess of Cambridge tries out a sailing simulator with sailor Sir Ben Ainslie after bad weather forces the cancellation of America's Cup race The Duchess of Cambridge tries out a sailing simulator with sailor Sir Ben Ainslie after bad weather forces the cancellation of America's Cup race

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    Monday | Radio Times

    Highlights of the opening meeting in the series of regattas that lead up to the 2017 America's Cup, which saw two races take place in Portsmouth. British team Ben Ainslie Racing was one of five set to participate in the event, with others hailing from Sweden, France, Japan and New Zealand.

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  12. Two rescued after 21-foot yacht breaks down off AngleseyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | North Wales Chronicle

    The 21-foot vessel suffered engine failiure at about 7.10am on Saturday leaving the man and woman aboard stranded a mile off Puffin Island. RNLI crew members were paged and the RNLI Beaumaris based Atlantic 85 inshore Lifeboat Annette Mary Liddington was launched to assist the craft.

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  13. SAILING: Ainslie delighted with opening America's Cup World Series...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Falmouth Packet

    SIR Ben Ainslie has predicted an "exciting future" for his America's Cup team after they tasted success in the opening World Series round. Poor weather conditions in Portsmouth cancelled the second day of racing on Sunday meaning the regatta was decided on results from Saturday, giving Land Rover BAR the overall victory.

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  14. Sailing holidays: From beginners' lessons to family trips and joining a flotillaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Independent

    Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies A gin and tonic sipped at sunset in the cockpit of a sailing boat, looking out over the water, is a magical thing.

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  15. Dutch yacht with severely damaged sail towed back into Lowestoft by lifeboatRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Eastern Daily Press

    A Dutch yacht stranded off Lowestoft with a damaged sail and no power has been towed back into the town's harbour in difficult sea conditions. The Dutch yacht back at Lowestoft with the Coastguard Rescue Teams and Lowestoft Lifeboat crew.

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  16. Newcastle's city marina forced to close over the summer after it was damaged by driftwoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Chronicle Live

    Newcastle's attempt at luring the yachting jet-set takes a set back as city marina forced to close until end of August A marina regeneration which chiefs hoped would bring the yachting jet-set to Newcastle has foundered during the busy summer season. The wood struck a pontoon and caused it to tilt - meaning it has had to be removed to be repaired and improved.

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  17. Kate's a Princess Charming with young fansRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Hellomagazine.com

    Unfortunately, Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge got rained out at Sunday's America's Cup World Series, where they hoped to cheer on Britain's Land Rover BAR sailing team but instead only had the chance to tour the Portsmouth, England facilities . It was then that 33-year-old Kate, who is mom to their children Prince George , 2, and 2-month-old Princess Charlotte , showed off her sunny attitude and her maternal side as she mingled with kids and parents.

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  18. Opera House CupRead the original story

    Sunday | Ocean Navigator

    A cherished tradition, the Opera House Cup Regatta, is held on the third Sunday of every August on Nantucket. The Opera House Cup Regatta was the first all-wooden, single-hulled classic boat regatta on the East Coast, and it attracts some of the finest sailboats in the country.

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  19. Sea Notes: Beverly Yacht Club in Marion to host H-Class ChampionshipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | SouthCoastToday.com

    Upwards of 40 Herreshoff 12½ sailboats are set to race outside Sippican Harbor this Friday through Sunday for the 2015 H-Class championships, hosted by the Beverly Yacht Club in Marion. The H-12 fleet has raced at the BYC every week during the summer since 1915.

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  20. 'Batman boat' Sir Ben Ainslie hopes will bring the America's Cup home for Britain revealedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Daily Mail

    The A 80million 'Batman boat' Sir Ben Ainslie hopes will bring the America's Cup home for Britain to end 164 years of hurt Britain is pinning its hopes for the 2017 America's Cup in Bermuda on an A 80m craft currently under construction Craft will take to water for the first time in a month and will gradually evolve over next two years ahead of 2017 event Half a million people including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge lined the Portsmouth shores this weekend to cheer on Sir Ben Ainslie in the opening event of the 35th America's Cup. But while the crowds are focusing on Ainslie's heroics at sea, Britain is pinning its hopes on an A 80million craft that is currently under construction.

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