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Disaster strikes again for a sailing race
by NewsReader 04-30-2012

A 37-foot boat and its crew are lost in the Newport Beach-to-Ensenada regatta, possibly after being struck in the night by a much larger ship. Three bodies are recovered, and the search for a fourth crew member is suspended. Organizers of the famed Newport Beach-to-Ensenada sailing regatta were stunned by the mysterious loss of four crew members aboard a 37-foot boat that disappeared in mid-race ...

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