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  1. Two Rescued From Rough Hudson River Waters In TarrytownRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Tarrytown Daily Voice

    An apparent attempt to cool off in the Hudson River turned into a near-death experience for two men on Friday, July 22, according to a report by News 12. The unidentified pair were on a yacht north of the Tappan Zee Bridge when they dove into the choppy waters and quickly became overwhelmed by waves and the current, News 12 reported. A member of the Westchester County Police's Marine Unit was warning folks to be aware of the river's tricky currents and to exercise caution.

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  2. 'Really bad situation' averted for young sailors during stormRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | CBC News

    Some young sailors competing Sunday in the Charlottetown Harbour had to be towed to shore as a severe thunderstorm approached. A storm Sunday forced organizers of the Sail East junior regatta in Charlottetown to cut the final race short and tow the vessels competing to shore.

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  3. Oman Air sailing smooth in one of the Acts of the 2016 Extreme Sailing Series. - Supplied photoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Times of Oman

    Muscat : The halfway point of the 2016 Extreme Sailing Series will bring new challenges for Oman Air as they head to Hamburg in Germany to try to consolidate their position at the top of the table on a compact city centre race course which has become one of the trickiest on the circuit. Race organisers have extended the race area on the River Elbe to cater for the higher speeds of the new foiling GC32s but Oman Air skipper Morgan Larson says avoiding errors will still be the biggest challenge if they are to extend their overall lead with their third Act victory of the season.

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  4. Alabama Gulf Coast a place to unload stressRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 24 | NewsOK.com

    What I loved most about my visit to the Alabama Gulf Coast was the morning I spent walking up and down the beach, the roar of the ocean waves soothing my soul. A couple of hours later I was still basking in contentment as I sat outdoors at another spot on the long stretch of sand, feasting on mozzarella salad and whipped key lime pie.

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  5. Prince George is "Far Too Spoilt," Prince William JokesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 2, 2014 | Vanity Fair

    Prince George is now three years old , which means, yes, that much time really has gone by that quickly, and yes, if you're going to quit your job and go to Paris for six months like you keep saying you're going to, now is the time. The prince's birthday, this past Friday, was celebrated with a low-key tea party, and with the release of four new photos of the young royal, which you are of course well aware of, having printed them out in poster-size versions and strung them on a banner across the entryway to your home.

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  6. First Look: Bravo Premieres New Season of Below Deck 9/6Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | BroadwayWorld.com

    Drama hits the Caribbean like gale-force winds when Bravo Media premieres season four of BELOW DECK on Tuesday, September 6 at 9pm ET/PT. Climb aboard the "Valor," a 154' mega yacht and sail into the sunset with a few familiar faces from seasons past.

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  7. Summer season set to begin in Penarth for much loved shipRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Penarth Times

    The coastal cruising ship, The Balmoral, starts her peak summer sailing on Friday, July 29 which will include 26 sailing days from Penarth. The plan is for a total of 40 sailing days in this period, calling at her traditional Wales and west country piers ports and harbours.

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  8. Sophie Neville remembers making original Swallows and Amazons film as remake is releasedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Ipswich Evening Star

    More than 40 years ago, at the age of just 12, Sophie was chosen to play Titty Walker in a film version of Arthur Ransome's classic outdoor adventure tale, Swallows and Amazons . What followed were seven glorious weeks in the early 1970s, filming scenes of sailing, camping, fishing and even a bit of piracy as the "Swallows" and "Amazons" meet, battles ensue and friendships are forged in the kind of carefree, idyllic summer that childhood memories are made of.

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  9. C. Raymond Hunt Associates Celebrates 50 YearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Marine News

    C. Raymond Hunt Associates, a boat design firm that continues to expand on the legacy of its founder, C. Raymond Hunt, to produce innovative boats with rugged seaworthiness, is now celebrating its 50th year. "Ray Hunt was a genius, able to intuitively know how boats work and with the courage to experiment," said C. Raymond Hunt Associates President, Winn Willard.

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  10. Sneak peek: 'Moana' is 'beautiful' quest of courageRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | USA Today

    Sneak peek: 'Moana' is 'beautiful' quest of courage An unlikely duo sets sail for a voyage of discovery. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/2adOnDn An adventurous teenager sails out on a daring mission to save her people.

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  11. Below Deck Season 4 Is Coming With More Love Triangles, Psychics and...NudityRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | E! Online

    Below Deck , original flavor, is hitting the high seas again. The fourth season of the Bravo reality show debuts Tuesday, Sept.

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  12. Land Rover bar rule waves in PortsmouthRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Newkerala.com

    Portsmouth, July 25 : Britain's chances of winning the America's Cup for the first time were given a significant boost at the weekend after Sir Ben Ainslie's team sealed an emphatic victory on their home water of Portsmouth. Land Rover BAR started the weekend tied in second place with current Americas Cup defenders Oracle Team USA.

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  13. B&G Software Upgrade for Zeus2 and Vulcan ChartplotterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Marine News

    Zeus2 is an easy to use, ultra-responsive, multi-touch chartplotter packed with Award Winning sailing features Photo B&G B&G, the world's leading sailing navigation and instrument specialist has upgraded its latest software for the full range of Zeus2 and Vulcan chartplotters. The new software upgrade enhances B&G chartplotters, allowing users to wirelessly download high-resolution weather information using PredictWind* GRIB files to store meteorological forecasts.

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  14. Sailing: Sir Ben rules the wavesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Isle of Wight County Press

    The Land Rover BAR team, including Sir Ben Ainslie, celebrate topping the leaderboard in the Louis Vuitton America's Cup World Series. Picture by Ian Roman NEW Isle of Wight resident Sir Ben Ainslie was king of The Solent this weekend as he led his Land Rover BAR team to victory in the Louis Vuitton America's Cup World Series.

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  15. The royals set sail while David and Lewis have new love interests.Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Heart Radio

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge cheer on Ben Ainslie at the Americas Cup, while David Walliams and Lewis Hamilton both have new love interests. The royal couple joined thousands of spectators to support Sir Ben's Land Rover BAR team in the Portsmouth leg of the America's Cup World Series.

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  16. Olympic sailor from Emsworth hails city's support for America's Cup as 'amazing'Read the original story

    Sunday | Portsmouth Today

    AN OLYMPIC sailor from Emsworth has told of his pride after watching Sir Ben Ainslie and his team excel at the America's Cup World Series. Peter McCoy, 24, has just returned from a two-week training camp in Rio ahead of this year's Olympic Games.

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  17. Pilots thrill crowds with incredible stuntsRead the original story

    Sunday | Portsmouth Today

    The summer sun beat down as people packed out the Race Village and Southsea Common to watch the thrilling displays on Saturday and Sunday. The action followed on from the opening show by the flying aces from the Red Arrows on Friday, whose stunning 30-minute show launched the America's Cup World Series.

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  18. Tennis ace Maria Sharapova calls America's Cup the 'ultimate sailing experience'Read the original story

    Sunday | Portsmouth Today

    The 29-year-old was one of tens of thousands to visit the city to watch the opening day of action in the America's Cup. The Russian arrived to see the tail end of The Blades' aerial display, before watching Sir Ben Ainslie and the Land Rover BAR storm to victory, winning two of the first three races in impressive fashion.

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  19. News comment: Portsmouth's passion shone through at incredible America's Cup World SeriesRead the original story

    Sunday | Portsmouth Today

    An outpouring of support for British sailing challengers Land Rover BAR and Olympian Sir Ben Ainslie spurred on the elite crew to a sensational World Series regatta victory that will be talked about for years to come. The almighty roar of the home crowd over the weekend, blessed with gorgeous sunshine and smooth race conditions, saw athlete Sir Ben rise to the occasion.

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  20. Prince William and Princess Kate Attend America's CupRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | 1560 KNZR

    Prince William and Princess Kate boarded a catamaran adorned with the royal standard to cheer on the United Kingdom team at the America's Cup World Series in Portsmouth, England. Kate is patron of the 1851 Trust, a sailing charity led by Sir Ben Ainslie who is captaining the British Solent and seeking to bring the America's Cup back to the U.K. Ainslie is credited with masterminding the United States win at the last America's Cup in a come-from-behind victory sailing with the Americans.

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