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The summer edition of THE MARITIME NEWS

May 31, 2013 Posted by: Ranger Christine

A boat made out of juice boxes and sticks floating in a roasting pan filled with water.

This summer we are getting ready for the America's Cup race on SF Bay. The big boys will be racing catamarans but check out our catamaran design in the PAGE FOR KIDS section. Page 4 in THE MARITIME NEWS.

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