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Hosts report mostly smooth sailing for tall ship event (Jacksonville Daily News)
by NewsReader 07-06-2006

BEAUFORT ? The Pepsi Americas? Sail 2006 officially closed Wednesday as the 13 tall ships it celebrated sailed on to their next destinations. But the hosts for the event believe the ships will return.

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