Four lives saved: Published on Jan 14, 2014 - A crew aboard an MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter from Coast Guard Air Station Elizabeth City, N.C., rescued four people aboard a 42-foot sailboat in the Atlantic Ocean approximately 300 miles east of Cape Henry, Va., Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2014. Due to the distance offshore, the Jayhawk crew had to land aboard the USS Ross, a 505-foot guided missile destroyer, to refuel before and after hoisting the four people aboard their helicopter. The four people were taken to Air Station Elizabeth City, N.C. with no reported injuries. Video courtesy of the Jayhawk crew and an HC-130 Hercules aircrew, both from Air Station Elizabeth City.
Shore sailors are right on board at regatta
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EFG Sailing Arabia The Tour - Final preparations are in full swing
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Women and children first - Hobie 16 Worlds continue on Jervis Bay
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Great Lagoon Regatta in New Caledonia calls for entries
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Will your sailing boat's mast clear these hazards?
Determine a total, corrected and conservative mast height for your sailing boat. For example, let's say your boat has a mast 38 feet above the water. If you installed a VHF whip antenna, masthead wind fly, or tri-color navigation light, that additional ...
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