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A day sailing trip to the Farallon Islands to scatter his mother's ashes...
...left early Sunday in his 40-foot C&C yacht, Tenacious, from a marina near San Francisco's Fort Mason.

http://www.siliconvalley.com/mld/sil...y/16577699.htm
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He's not necessarily lost... he is missing and presumed lost. There's a huge difference. It doesn't sound like the weather has been a factor, other than the temperature, the weather seems to be relatively benign.
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This guy could turn up.
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Allways sad when a fellow sailor is missing, God be with him, and please show up, OK?? Thanks
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My friend Bruce and I were out in the Bay this AM (see photo gallery). What a beautiful day. We heard the "pan pan" go out. Very sad, I hope they find him, but its been two days now.
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Here's the latest report................Coast Guard has completed it's search.

http://cbs5.com/topstories/local_story_031135908.html
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Not looking too good at this point...
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Coast Guard will do a couple more after dawn today

http://www.ktvu.com/news/10892607/detail.html
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"(Sergey)Brin was exploring whether recent satellite imagery provided for the company's popular Google Earth mapping software could be used to spot Gray's boat, a Google spokeswoman said."

That was very interesting to me. Could predict the type of navigation aids that we will all have available someday.
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