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    New Seaweed Brewed Craft Beer From Maine

    New Seaweed Brewed Craft Beer From Maine

    More craft breweries are using exotic ingredients in their creations these days. There are ales made with all kinds of fruit, beers infused with coriander and other spices, stouts brewed with oysters…

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    Cruise to the 64th Annual Delcambre Louisiana Shrimp Festival August 13-17, 2014

    Cruise to the 64th Annual Delcambre Louisiana Shrimp Festival August 13-17, 2014

    The 64th Annual Delcambre Shrimp Festival kicks off on Wednesday, August 13th at 6:30 pm! Great fun with street fairs, concessions, rides, and super music (all-day Fais-do-dos). All the great food and drink will be prepared by local Cajun chefs !! The shrimp cook-off starts at 9:00 am Saturday morning.

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    Claiborne Young of The Salty Southeast Cruisers Net Dies in Accident

    Claiborne Young of The Salty Southeast Cruisers Net Dies in Accident

    From The Salty Southeast Cruisers Net: It was a sad day, Saturday, June 14, 2014.  Claiborne Young and a close lifetime friend were taking a leisurely ride on their motorcycles; it was a beautiful late spring North Carolina afternoon. An automobile drifted into the wrong lane and Claiborne was unable to avoid the vehicle.  He died later Saturday evening from injuries sustained in the […]

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    Tide App Provides Info Even When Out of Wireless Range

    Tide App Provides Info Even When Out of Wireless Range

    SAN FRANCISCO, California, 18 May 2014 – A must have for sailors, boaters, fishermen, surfers, and divers, MyTide, an iPhone tide prediction and viewing tool is as sexy as it is useful. And as long as your phone has a little juice, MyTide will work where your wireless provider doesn’t. With no wireless coverage needed, […]

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    New Technology Electronic Flares Do Not Require Coast Guard Approval for Use on Recreational Vessels

    New Technology Electronic Flares Do Not Require Coast Guard Approval for Use on Recreational Vessels

    To eliminate any confusion as to whether Modern electronic visual distress signal products had to be Coast Guard Approved in order to be carried on recreational vessels; Coast Guard Approved Pyrotechnic flares are still required to be carried on most recreational vessels to meet the minimum requirements for distress signals. The signal value of a […]

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    WEST MARINE TO OPEN LARGEST STORE IN PUERTO RICO

    WEST MARINE TO OPEN LARGEST STORE IN PUERTO RICO

    West Marine (Nasdaq:WMAR), the largest specialty waterlife outfitter of quality marine grade products, apparel, footwear and accessories, will host the grand opening celebration of its newly expanded store in Fajardo, Puerto Rico, March 20 through 23, 2014.

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    2014 Strictly Sail Miami Cruising Outpost Cruisers’ Party!

    2014 Strictly Sail Miami Cruising Outpost Cruisers’ Party!

    CO Cruiser’s Party Saturday – Bayside Marina The party is Sat Feb 15th 2014 over by the food court and bar. ITS STARTS WHEN THE SHOW CLOSES AT 6PM. There will be free Beer, Wine and Pizza as long as it lasts and then a cash bar will be available. The new Eric Stone band […]

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    The Temporary Import Permit Tempest

    The Temporary Import Permit Tempest

    A number of published news reports about the temporary import permit audit performed at 12 Mexican marinas by the Mexican IRS earlier this month have unnecessarily upset boat owners and disrupted normal business dealings in the marine industry.
    But the facts don’t support any hysteria.

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    Boats Seized in Mexico for Not Having Import Permits Being Released

    Boats Seized in Mexico for Not Having Import Permits Being Released

    Most boats already released in Mexico! Yesterday all boats from marina Acapulco and Opequimar Vallarya were released.  News is next week they will release the rest . Many boats have not been “importing” their boats into Mexico and paying the $70 fee.  So tax agents entered several marinas catering to foreign boats recently and slapped seizure […]

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    A Very Sad Day for Cowes

    A Very Sad Day for Cowes

    By Stuart Gough November 5th in the UK is the traditional celebration of Guy Fawkes, or as it is more popularly known ‘Bonfire Nightʼ. On this night family organised fires are lit in back gardens and community areas across the entire country, usually with accompanying firework displays. The is a celebration of a long ago […]

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    NOAA Ends Traditional Paper Charts

    NOAA Ends Traditional Paper Charts

    NOAA’s Office of  Coast Survey, which creates and maintains the nation’s suite of over  a thousand nautical charts of U.S. coastal waters, today announced major  changes ahead for mariners and others who use nautical charts. Starting April  13, the federal government will no longer print traditional lithographic (paper) nautical charts, but will continue to provide […]

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