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Voyagers can join the ranks of marine biologists

Voyagers can join the ranks of marine biologists

With a white disk, tape measure and a smartphone app, you can participate in a global phytoplankton study

Web Exclusives 2013
Incredible Sir Robin Knox-Johnston pictures found

Incredible Sir Robin Knox-Johnston pictures found

An archive of 3,000 images from 1968/9 is saved from being tossed in a dumpster

Web Exclusives 2013
Mako sharks now satellite navigation equipped

Mako sharks now satellite navigation equipped

A group of researchers recently tagged sharks with satellite units to better track their behavior

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Chinese sailor Guo Chuan finishes circumnavigation

Chinese sailor Guo Chuan finishes circumnavigation

First Chinese solo circumnavigator completes passage aboard his Class 40 Qingdao

Web Exclusives 2013
Still time to save on Marion Race entry

Still time to save on Marion Race entry

Save money by signing up for the Marion Bermuda before tax day

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Concrete dock removed from beach

Concrete dock removed from beach

A 185-ton Japanese dock broken free by tsunami crossed the Pacific to Washington

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A voyager's art show

A voyager's art show

Polar sailor and photographer Keri Pashuk has a showing of her prints in Punta Arenas

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International chart from NOAA

International chart from NOAA

Will we see more charts from NOAA that use international notation?

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Voyaging the steel ocean

Voyaging the steel ocean

As the seasons change yacht transporter ships ply the routes between popular voyaging ports of call

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Chinese solo circumnavigator leaves Indian Ocean

Chinese solo circumnavigator leaves Indian Ocean

Guo Chuan passed through the Sunda Strait on his way home to China and a Chinese sailing record

Web Exclusives 2013
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