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A catamaran floated through the air Thursday. A crane lifted the 35,000-pound vessel over the side of Lido Park Drive and placed it into Newport Bay between Lido Isle and the peninsula, launching it for the first time. Courage and Shannon Winter,...
Tags: Around The World Sailing
On an ocean cruise, every port is an invitation to adventure – a whirlwind romance with a new destination that just might turn out to be your favorite place on earth. But not all stops are created equal. Some cruise ports can make an amazing first...
If small vessels are your thing, a tour aboard Aurora Explorer, which delivers freight to remote logging camps and villages in Canada's Inside Passage, may be for you. With the ability to handle only a dozen passengers, however, the journeys are selling...
Tags: Tourism and Leisure, Cruises, Travel, Media Industry
Its native peoples called it Alyeska, "the Great Land," and no wonder: Alaska has many eye-popping and mind-boggling attributes to richly justify that name. Consider it has 586,000 square miles (equivalent of one-fifth of the lower contiguous 48 states)....
Disney Cruise Line was among the top honors in the 2013 readers' poll for Top Cruise Ships in the World. The line's oldest ship, the Disney Magic, was named the No. 1 Large Cruise Ship, one of four categories in the poll results released today. Two of...
I have been out on the harbor a lot lately, sailing my Harbor 20 and showing boats. Therefore, it must be that time to update you on the past winter's race results, upcoming races and some of my harbor observations. While walking through the shipyards...
Tags: Laser Sailing
Sun SentinelCarnival ups compensation for Triumph passengers Latest Update on Carnival Triumph February 13, 2013 – 5:45pm EST Carnival Cruise Lines has announced further compensation for the passengers aboard the Carnival Triumph, currently being towed...
For many years, the Coast Guard Foundation held charity golf tournaments to raise money to help support enlisted personnel, reservists and their families who suffered a personal or financial loss. Two years ago, the foundation changed course by...
The Maryland Senate gave its answer to the old question of "what do you with a drunken sailor" by voting to bring people who operate sailboats while intoxicated under the same law as power boat operators. Senators voted 37-8 to add sail-only vessels...
Last week, while on the dock at the Balboa Yacht Club, I ran into my good friend Mel Redmond. He was boarding the club's electric boat with four other club members for their weekly pilgrimage to the Newport Harbor Yacht Club's yachtsmen's luncheon. Every...
Tags: Around The World Sailing
Volvo Ocean Race officials were whisked to the top of the World Trade Center, honored as guests at a reception and squired to the grassy expanse of Fort McHenry during a 24-hour courtship meant to seal the deal to make Baltimore the event's only U.S. port...
Tags: Fort McHenry, ABN AMRO, War of 1812, Harbor East, Harbor
Newport Harbor High senior Carolyn Smith has a special tradition before each of her girls' water polo matches. She makes sure to look for her father, Tom "Smitty" Smith, in the stands. After they make eye contact, Carolyn will blow her father a kiss...
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