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Tuesday, June 30, 2015
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1991: Conner christens first American Cup-Class yachtposted: 6/30/2015

Dennis Conner’s first international America’s Cup Class yacht was christened before crowds of sailors in 1991. 

1990: Sailors set up nautical registry before weddingposted: 6/29/2015

In the story published in the Feb. 19, 1990 issue of The Log, staff writer Justine Sahli wrote of husband-and-wife-to-be Richard Lewis and Carole Bender’s unique request to register for gifts at the West Marine in Marina del Rey.

Catalina kids treated to a day of fishing

Catalina kids treated to a day of fishing

  |  posted: 6/24/2015

AVALON — The Tuna Club of Santa Catalina Foundation, Phil Friedman Outdoor Youth Program and The Sportfishing Conservancy combined resources to treat youngsters from Avalon School on Catalina Island to a day of fishing in local waters, May 26.


Seasoned sailors race in annual Senior and Masters Sabot Nationals

Seasoned sailors race in annual Senior and Masters Sabot Nationals

  |  posted: 6/28/2015

LONG BEACH — Forty-six racers – ages 18 to 88 – spent the weekend of June 6-7 sailing Naples Sabots in the 2015 Senior and Masters Sabot Nationals. Participants represented eight yacht clubs from Santa Barbara to San Diego.


Dock Lines: Be a good neighbor — marina and boating courtesy

Dock Lines: Be a good neighbor — marina and boating courtesy

Capt. Nicole Sours Larson  |  posted: 6/22/2015

For years my husband and I kept our boat at an older marina on Chesapeake Bay. Shortly before moving west we had a neighbor temporarily take over the adjoining slip. 


Tucker after a swim

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Cartoon, June 19 ed

By: JR Johnson

Rules for operation of a vessel by a dealer, manufacturer

David Weil, Esq.  |  posted: 6/20/2015

I am working with a partner to market a line of new boats that we are manufacturing in the United States. I recently took delivery of a “demo” boat here in California, and we are using the boat as a platform to introduce potential customers to our boats. We did not want to title the boat while we are offering the boat for sale, so we obtained a manufacturer’s registration number from the California DMV and we display the number on a portable registration board mounted on the bow. I thought I was following the rules perfectly but we were recently boarded by a harbor patrol officer during a weekend cruise, and we were cited for operating an unregistered vessel.  He told ...


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