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Sea Tow expanding automated radio checks

Sea Tow expanding automated radio checks

Volunteer hosts are needed to add stations in the Great Lakes, San Francisco Bay Area and Pacific Northwest

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All is Lost poster winner!

All is Lost poster winner!

A power voyager from California wins our comment contest and nabs the signed All is Lost movie poster

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Less taxing, more relaxing

Less taxing, more relaxing

New Zealand extends a customs-free window for visiting yachts from 12 months to 24

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Paper charts refuse to fold

Paper charts refuse to fold

There will soon be fewer around, but NOAA has print-on-demand copies to use on the water or your wall

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It's just a phase

It's just a phase

Celestial navigators can see the moon go through a year of phases in five minutes

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Score one for modern materials

Score one for modern materials

Replacing the original rudder of a C&C 40 with a carbon fiber version

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New York Harbor after Sandy

New York Harbor after Sandy

NOAA fast-tracks an updated chart that reflects a new world for mariners

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What masts for Oliver Hazard Perry?

What masts for Oliver Hazard Perry?

The training ship Perry will have steel lowers, but everything above will be wood

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Special movie premiere in Muscat

Special movie premiere in Muscat

The crew of a Dutch ship involved in anti-piracy patrol enjoyed a novel first viewing of the movie 'Captain Phillips'

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A spectacular Reunion

A spectacular Reunion

The Oyster World Rally drops anchor in the French territory before heading for Africa

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