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The event is still haunted by the tragic 1998 edition, when a violent storm decimated the fleet on the second day.
Marcel Honoré of the Honolulu Star Adviser reports that in 2015, the Hōkūleʻa was caught up in a violent storm off the coast of Mozambique.
The Esmeralda, which plunged into the Indian Ocean during a violent storm, never made it home.
Consumer prices, however, will get support from an expected rise in the cost of new and used cars, due to rising demand from consumers that needed to replace vehicles destroyed by the violent storms.
Over the last three years, Jones would attempt to lift some of that burden, be a calming voice in the midst of a violent storm.
There is a violent storm
In some other places in Alaska, unpredictable winds or frequent violent storms helped to doom smaller wind power projects undertaken in the 1980s, when turbine technology wasn't as advanced, said Gilbert, with AVEC.
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