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Ryan's become a real, hands-on owner, pulling apart the engine and putting it back together, which is why he knows so much and can explain everything.
According to the a report in the island's local newspaper, The Daily 'Herald', the incident was caused by a computer malfunction that locked the vessel into gear.
The State of California has suggested a 250% increase in vessel registration fees in its 2021-22 budget. This would represent an increase in fees from $20 every other year to $70, and would take effect on July 1.
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According to a 1966 Columbia brochure, the boats produced from this hybrid mold were "the most sophisticated racing yachts in this country, at less than one-half of what an 'Open 5.5' would cost."
According to a New York 'Times' article, Benjamin Franklin was the first to map the Gulf Stream during a transatlantic crossing in the 1700s.
The California Boater Card shows that its holder has successfully taken and passed a NASBLA/state-approved boater safety education examination.
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As the weather warms up and the Northern Hemisphere slides into spring, we bring you 'Latitude 38' magazine's March issue. This month we have a host of great stories along with our regular columns.
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