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Canoeing and Kayaking

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  • Nayaug Kayak and Canoe race set for Oct. 18

    Organizers are gearing up for the 26th annual Nayaug Kayak and Canoe Race on Oct. 18, and are encouraging boaters of all ages, levels and abilities to take part in the fun-filled day on the Connecticut River. A pancake breakfast, served by the South...
  • From the Boathouse: Many options during boat-parade season

    Ahoy! Thanksgiving is over, and the holiday boat parades are right around the corner. 'Tis the season to decorate your boat or plan to watch one of the many boat parades across the country. Let's take a look at the parades for next weekend, and I will...
  • Abandoned vessels to be auctioned Friday in Newport

    Vessels abandoned in Newport Beach will be auctioned Friday at the Orange County Sheriff's Department's Harbor Patrol office at 1901 Bayside Drive. Bidders can view the vessels between 8 and 9 a.m. Minimum bids will vary depending on the craft. The...
  • Convention Center now a must-see site

    Convention Center now a must-see site
    For many years, the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show has been known for its impressive collection of massive motoryachts, and this year's show will have plenty of vessels 100 feet and longer on display in the water at six marinas. But this year's...
  • How California is turning drainage canals back to rivers

    How California is turning drainage canals back to rivers
    The Santa Ana River, born of snowmelt and natural springs near Big Bear Lake, flows through Southern California as one of the region's most scenic rivers — until it hits Orange County. After cutting through a deep, lush canyon and flowing...
  • Boat show's AquaZone has appeal for all wallets

    Not everyone who attends this week's Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show is in the market for a big boat, so Roger Moore decided to give those folks some options. Moore is the CEO of Nautical Ventures Marine in Dania Beach, which does a thriving...
  • Close Clean Water Act loophole

    Close Clean Water Act loophole
    The Chesapeake Bay and all of its connected lakes and tributaries are a vital resource for Maryland, providing clean drinking water and drawing millions of visitors each year to the area who seek outdoor activities such as canoeing, hiking, sailing and...
  • UPDATE: Police identify man who died in Newport News canoeing accident

    UPDATE: Police identify man who died in Newport News canoeing accident
    5:16 p.m. Wednesday update: The Medical Examiner's Office has determined that Hill died by asphyxia due to accidental drowning, Newport News police said. 9:50 a.m. Wednesday update: Police have identified the man who died as Joseph Phillip Maynard...
  • Kayaking for a cause

    Kayaking for a cause
    MATHEWS – Armed with only a kayak and the bare necessities, one woman is making a 2,500-mile journey down the coast to raise awareness for a cause she holds dear to her heart. "When I tell people I am kayaking from Maine to Guatemala they ask me...
  • Hammerhead shark follows kayakers for 2 miles off Palm Beach

    Hammerhead shark follows kayakers for 2 miles off Palm Beach
    For nearly two miles, a hammerhead shark taunted a pair of kayakers as they paddled their way back to shore. The 13-foot shark circled the kayaks at least 30 times offshore from the town of Palm Beach. It even bumped into one of the vessels more than...
  • Nayaug Canoe race a success in its 26th year

    Nayaug Canoe race a success in its 26th year
    Several canoers and kayakers were seen along the bend in the Connecticut River in South Glastonbury on Oct. 18, at the 26th annual Nayaug Canoe and Kayak Race. Organizer Joe Damon said that although turnout for the 1-mile fun race was lighter than was...