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  • Casino ship cleared, ready to sail to Bimini

    Casino ship cleared, ready to sail to Bimini
    You can make a quick gambling trip by sea to a new Bimini resort beginning Monday. Genting Group officials announced Tuesday that the U.S. Coast Guard has cleared their ship to begin sailing from Miami to the tiny Bahamian island. The ship, called...
  • Governor's Cup: Perfect day for trio

    Governor's Cup: Perfect day for trio
    NEWPORT BEACH — For those who live in Newport Beach Wednesday's weather and scenery appeared to make for another day in paradise. The breezy conditions made it ideal for the sailors in the 47th annual Governor's Cup. You could say it was a perfect...
  • Governor's Cup: SDYC comes alive

    NEWPORT BEACH — The San Diego Yacht Club team of skipper A.J. Reiter, Storm Brown (middle) and David Larson (bow) has no qualms about being the Cinderella story of the 47th Governor's Cup. "We're having a lot of fun with it actually," Reiter...
  • Mary B. Scott, medical technician

    Mary B. Scott, medical technician
    Mary B. Scott, a former laboratory technician and longtime Severna Park resident, died June 30 of Parkinson's disease at Oak Crest Village in Parkville. She was 83. The daughter of an automobile salesman and a homemaker, Mary Lou Blake was born and...
  • Royal Freshwater Bay wins Governor's Cup

    Royal Freshwater Bay wins Governor's Cup
    NEWPORT BEACH — While losing the first race in a best-of-five final of the 47th Governor's Cup, Royal Freshwater Bay Yacht Club of Perth, Australia found a way to flip the script against Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron Sunday. It might have...
  • From the Boathouse: From Frisco to Honolulu, the races are on

    Ahoy! This is the summer of exciting sailing races with the now-underway America’s Cup challenge in San Francisco Bay and the Transpacific Yacht Race (Transpac), which began off Point Fermin in San Pedro and is currently finishing off Honolulu&...
  • The Crowd: Sailors get a second wind at gala

    The Crowd: Sailors get a second wind at gala
    The glory of summer on the Newport Coast was celebrated recently at the Newport Harbor Yacht Club as over 200 guests converged for the annual "White Party." Benefiting the Newport Harbor Sailing Foundation (founded in 1997), the annual summer tradition...
  • The Harbor Report: Sleeping Beauty's owner a true prince

    When you're on the harbor sailing every week, one of the first things you notice is, people who sail more than you. One such sailor is Mike Inmon, in his light blue Venture 23, Sleeping Beauty. I am sure you have noticed Sleeping Beauty over the last...
  • Outdoors and recreation calendar

    Kids' fishing derby Aug. 10: The MSSA Maryland Saltwater Sportfishing Association will hold a fishing derby for children from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Sandy Point State Park. For more information, go to mssa.net/youthanglerclub or call the MSSA at 410-255-...
  • Sailing toward the future

    For 20 children from the Oak View community in Huntington Beach, getting to sail in 4-foot boats at the Newport Sea Base is a once in a lifetime opportunity. Since June, they learned how to tie different types of knots, learned essential boating...
  • Bottle bill needed to clean up the Potomac

    Bottle bill needed to clean up the Potomac
    I race sloops with the Potomac River Sailing Association based just across the river from Reagan National Airport, and during every regatta I see bottles and cans floating in the current. This is unacceptable, not only because my skipper is protective...