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Developing Youth Sailing in the Bahamas

When Snipe sailors Jimmie Lowe and Peter Bruce Wassitch went to the Pan Am Games to represent the Bahamas a few years ago, they looked around and realized that they were among the oldest sailors at the Games.  While they …

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2007 Bahamas Billfish Champion is Heads Up

Multiple releases led Rodney Williams’ Team Ultra to victory at the Treasure Cay Championship, the fourth leg of the Bahamas Billfish Championship (BBC), while the magical release of six blue marlin earned Ed Hardin’s Team Abracadabra first place at the …

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Miss Annie Wins Rough Central Abaco Championship

Mother Nature and King Neptune conspired to make conditions anything but pleasant for the fifty-four sports fishermen competing in Leg 3 of the Bahamas Billfish Championship (BBC), the Central Abaco Championship, and fished May 21 to 25 out of Treasure …

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Juel Marie Wins 2007 Bahamas White Marlin Open

The old saying, ‘it ain’t over till it’s over’, sure holds true in sports fishing. The angling team aboard Dixie Devil, a 46-foot custom Warren O’Neil captained by Jeff Futch of Sebring, Florida, thought for sure they’d be the 2007 …

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Cruising Christmas

I write this as I am getting ready to head offshore in a few days. I am already wearing my sheepskin jacket and we have already had our first snow storm. I need my head examined!…  There is nothing better …

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Sea-N-Double Wins HMY Invitational Billfish Blast

The HMY Invitational Billfish Blast, held May 29 to June 2 at Boat Harbour in the Bahamas, saw lots of fish catching and releasing action. “It was not unlike any other year,” said tournament coordinator Mike Dickman. “The tournament lived …

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AWOL at Warderick Wells

A week later the boat lay to two stout anchors at Warderick Wells in the central Exumas and left a distinct wake behind her in the narrow curving channel between the island and a broad shoal so shallow it was …

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