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Coast Guard tows sailboat with broken rudder - Sacramento Bee
by NewsReader 07-24-2012



Coast Guard tows sailboat with broken rudder
Sacramento Bee
ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- A Coast Guard cutter is towing a sailboat and its two British sailors to Dutch Harbor after the ship's rudder broke. Coast Guard Petty Officer David Mosley says the crewmembers of the Nkhovazi reported the rudder broke Friday and ...




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