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Ironside Ship

Old Ironsides

Old Ironsides Old ships need lots of good friends to keep them afloat. Wooden ships, in particular, are perishable, just like fruit and vegetables. The wood in the frames and…

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Marlin

Marlin

By Richard King Ernest Hemingway is now better known for his stories and exploits with big game hunting and bullfighting. Yet it was his novella set on the ocean at…

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Marina

Marina Manager

Tara Regan is the marina manager at Kingman Yacht Center on Cape Cod. Kingman is a busy place year-round, even though the summer boating season is relatively short. In the…

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Cornelia B. Windgate

Great Lakes Ghost Ship: the Cornelia B. Windiate

Great Lakes Ghost Ship: the Cornelia B. Windiate By Cathy Green, Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary Did you know that one of the busiest waterways in North America is on…

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Did You Know?

Einstein On Sailboat Billard Smoke Pipe

Albert Einstein loved to sail and he sailed his whole life.

Renowned as one of the greatest mathematicians and physicists of all time, by most accounts Einstein was also a terrible sailor! Making a boat go in a particular direction is a very interesting bit of science, so you wouldn’t think he would have had any trouble with it—but you’d be wrong.

What’s the secret to sailing any place you want to go, no matter which way the wind is blowing?

Read more at Albert Einstein, Sailor