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A Castle on the Sea

sailing adventure

The last time I saw Picton Castle she was under full, magnificent sail, cutting a path through the 2015 Classic Regatta fleet in Antigua, bound for Aruba before turning north toward her Nova Scotia home. I journeyed with the ship …

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The Billfish Foundation Celebrates 30 Years

The Billfish Foundation Celebrates 30 Years

A group of concerned sports fishermen united three decades ago over an alarming revelation. While boats were bigger, technology better and tackle trailblazing in its design, they were catching fewer and fewer billfish. One among them, Winthrop ‘Win’ Rockefeller, had the …

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Sea Gypsy Forever (Doomsday at the Marina)

Cap'n Fatty Goodlander, Sea Gypsy Forever (Doomsday at the Marina)

I grew up in a Utopian bubble with the belief that life was getting better because life would always get better—especially for us clever Westerners. We’d end up with more freedom, better education, a more informed electorate, better health care, …

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