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Missing boater arrives safely on Big Island - Hawaii News Now
by NewsReader 01-02-2012

Missing boater arrives safely on Big Island
Hawaii News Now
According to the Coast Guard, Ira Foreman contacted his ex-wife via cell phone on Saturday night and told her he had been blown off course by strong winds. He arrived safely at Honokohau Harbor on the Big Island in his 36-foot sailboat on Sunday ...

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