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Saturday, August 01, 2015
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Are Boat and Breakfasts the next Über?posted: 7/30/2015

Several recreational boats in Southern California are offering vacation rentals despite regulations against activity in some marinas.

Cheyenne's permit will not be renewedposted: 7/30/2015

NEWPORT BEACH — Unfortunately, Cheyenne will not exit the harbor to embark on an ambitious exploration of each ocean’s deepest point. Instead, the catamaran will be evicted from its mooring.

Tuna Club opens for one-day tours

Tuna Club opens for one-day tours

Ambrosia Brody  |  posted: 7/30/2015

AVALON – Guests to Catalina Island are invited to enter the usually closed doors of the historic Tuna Club on Aug. 1.


Oceanside YC hosts annual Elizabeth Hospice Charity Regatta

Oceanside YC hosts annual Elizabeth Hospice Charity Regatta

Ambrosia Brody  |  posted: 7/30/2015

OCEANSIDE — The Elizabeth Hospice Charity Regatta celebrates its 13-year run Aug. 8, complete with two days of sailboat races.


Dock Lines: Moving San Salvador

Dock Lines: Moving San Salvador

Capt. Nicole Sours Larson  |  posted: 7/30/2015

About 7:45 a.m. on Wednesday, July 22, spectators cheered as San Salvador slowly rolled from her San Diego build site at Spanish Landing onto a massive barge.


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Fearless Cozy, a 3-pound Teacup Yorkshire Terrier, loves boa ...

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Cartoon, July 31 ed.

By: JR Johnson

Rules to follow for every boat transaction

David Weil, Esq.  |  posted: 7/17/2015

My 35-foot motoryacht has been listed for sale for almost a year and I finally have a solid offer. Unfortunately the buyer cannot qualify for conventional financing and he has asked me to loan him the funds for a year, at which time he expects to be able to pay off the purchase. My yacht broker has offered to hold my signed bill of sale in trust pending the payoff of the loan by the buyer, but this seems pretty informal. How should we structure this type of transaction?


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