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Thursday, July 30, 2015
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Dolphin leaps onto boat, injuring SoCal womanposted: 7/25/2015

SANTA ANA (AP) — A dolphin leaped onto a boat off Dana Point, crashing into a woman and breaking both her ankles.

Transporting boats over land and by seaposted: 7/23/2015

SAN DIEGO — There are more than two dozen marinas in San Diego Bay, Mission Bay and Oceanside. Not all boats navigate into any one of those marinas by way of sea.

What’s happening on Catalina Island?

What’s happening on Catalina Island?

Ambrosia Brody  |  posted: 7/16/2015

CATALINA ISLAND – Concerts, hikes, boat tours and beach parties are only a few of the events planned for visitors and boaters to partake in on the island this summer.


Light air prevails in One More Time Regatta

Light air prevails in One More Time Regatta

  |  posted: 7/24/2015

MARINA DEL REY — The wind was not on the side of the 10 skippers who participated in the 40th annual One More Time Regatta last month. 


Dock Lines Dealing with an intruder

Dock Lines Dealing with an intruder

Capt. Nicole Sours Larson  |  posted: 7/21/2015

It was 2 a.m. on a Wednesday morning at our dock when I awoke to the sound of someone stumbling around overhead. Half asleep, I quickly realized an intruder was aboard our boat.


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

Catching some Rays Steve Komorous 7-pound Chihuahua, Penny L ...

Loves the Boating Life Nissa is an active Aussie who loves t ...

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Letters/Online Comments

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Cartoon, July 17 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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