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a favorite spot for pleasure boaters
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A grassroots network of boaters and fisherman, called the Cajun Navy, has also gone to Texas to help with search-and-rescue efforts.
Benavent said most sailing boaters use a motor to travel against the wind; however Wisdom's electric motor only has a 20-mile range.
A surface bloom might only affect water recreation, meaning swimmers and boaters should be cautioned.
Particularly popular among men in the late-18th and early-19th centuries, the boater hat got its name because it was typically worn by rowers, paired with striped blazers and flannel trousers.
Experienced boaters should be able to cross the country, paddle in hand, in a week to 10 days.
Red lights warning away boaters and fishermen flash from the plant, the nation’s largest supplier of propellant for artillery and the source of explosives for almost every American bullet fired overseas.
Because high water levels have created a treacherous current, the Illinois Department of Natural Resources has closed the Fox River to boaters.
But aside from its beauty, the island presents potential trouble -- sharks swimming near boaters and waders.
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