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Boating from Miami to The Bahamas in a 21 Foot Ski Boat


In May of 2013, we took my 21′ Bayliner Cuddy Cabin Ski Boat from Miami, Florida to Bimini, Bahamas. While there, we boated, wakeboarded, scube dove, snorkel…

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Sailing From Panama To Maui avi


Sailing.

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Singlehanded sailing voyage from BC to Hawaii


A singlehanded sailing voyage from British Columbia to Hawaii, with a few mishaps along the way. The boat is a Spencer 35 MK II. The voyage was over 2400 nau…

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WHALE SHARK RESCUE FROM FISHING NET – Whale Shark Saved


Whale sharks feeding on fish through the nets of Indonesian fishermen. Some of these giant fish get trapped inside the nets and need to be rescued and saved …

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1962 America’s Cup Race viewed from USS Joseph P. Kennedy Jr DD850


Views of the US boat Weatherly during the America’s Cup in 1962. President John F Kennedy and Jackie Kennedy along with other dignataries aboard DD850 to inc…

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Scenes from “America’s Cup: Cronkite Reports”


This is a 2-minute clip from the 2-part series on the 1987 America’s Cup, with CBS Anchor and avid sailor Walter Cronkite reporting. The 1987 Cup challenge was a watershed event for American sailing, pitting New Zealand against Dennis Conner. Visit the Film Library at www.nshof.org to watch the entire series.

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Minecraft co-op Survival Lets Play – Its Safe From Creepers and Zombies Now


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Saturday: Full Replay from ACWS San Francisco


FULL REPLAY Format Match Racing Semi Finals 2 x 25 minute Fleet Races www.americascup.com

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Stories from the Rainbow Warrior: Sailing in Biscay


Greenpeace’s first purpose built campaign sailing ship takes a little getting used to whether you’re crew or campaigner. With five sails totalling 1288 square metres of sail area she can do 15 knots on wind power alone — about as fast as the Esperanza can do under engine. That’s a lot of sail to handle for a small crew but the modern hydraulic system that sets the sails makes it all manageable as you can see here.

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returning from boating.MTS

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