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April 22, 2001
Stefanie Frith Exposure. That's what Frederick Ilg of the Newport Ocean Sailing Assn. is hoping to get for the upcoming 54th annual Newport to Ensenada International Yacht Race. This is why he became to the co-chair of the Welcome to Newport Beach Classic Car and Boat Show, which took place Saturday afternoon at Lido Marina Village for the second year. The show kicks off race week, which will culminate in the boats leaving for Mexico on Friday. "We all really want to emphasize the Ensenada race," Ilg said.
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NEWS
April 8, 2014
William (Bill) Hector von KleinSmid, 76, of Corona del Mar, California, died peacefully at his home March 16, 2014, surrounded by his devoted family. Bill is survived by his loving wife of 23 years, Marjorie; his beautiful daughters Kristen and Lauren, their mother Marilyn Randolph (Charles), his brother Ben, Margie's children, Cindi Sanchez (Ron) with Anna Marie, Ronny and Jessica, Scott Campbell (Karry) with Sabrina and Veronica, and TomCampbell (Diana), plus many loving nieces, nephews and extended family.
NEWS
February 27, 2004
MIKE WHITEHEAD Ahoy. The winter storms have finally arrived in Southern California, and this morning I'm in Ensenada, Mexico, loading a yacht onto a transport ship. I received a last-minute call this week to deliver a Carver 500 motor yacht from Newport Harbor to Ensenada. Unfortunately, this week is not a good time to be on the ocean with the storm systems, high swells and posted small craft advisories. However, a time clock is ticking, as the Dockwise Yacht Transport ship loads Friday morning, and if the yacht is not in Ensenada, then the owner forfeits the entire ship's transport fee. Joining me on this delivery is Capt.
NEWS
January 31, 2003
Ahoy. I'm off this morning on another voyage to Ensenada, Mexico, but I promised to tell you about my uphill voyage last week from Ensenada to Marina del Rey. What an adventure! It starts with trying to get down to Ensenada by public transportation, using just about every mode of transportation from car to train to trolley and, finally, a bus. We left the dock just before sunrise, and the seas were at least 5 feet pounding the boat as we punched out of Bahia de Todos Santos -- translated the Bay of All Saints -- to round Punta San Miguel.
NEWS
By: MIKE WHITEHEAD | August 12, 2005
Ahoy. It's summertime. Have you been in or on the water? I cannot believe what is occurring in our ocean waters, between the never-ending red tide, the jellyfish invasion, the red tide, the drop in temperature -- and did I mention the red tide? The red tide is not leaving our shores, and yesterday I could see it floating outside the surf line as I cruised up the coast. Nevertheless, sea conditions lately have been in the cruisers' favor all along the Pacific Coast.
NEWS
By: | September 17, 2005
1. Which first lady spoke in Newport Beach last week? A. Hillary Clinton B. Barbara Bush C. Laura Bush D. Libby Pataki 2. What kind of animal has been keeping residents of Newport Harbor up at night? A. Great white sharks B. Teenagers C. Sea lions D. Crows 3. Which car dealership gave $100,000 to the Newport Beach centennial celebration? A. Theodore Robbins Ford B. Fletcher Jones Mercedes-Benz C. Newport Lexus D. South Coast Toyota 4. Newport Beach resident Don DuBois won what award recently?
NEWS
By Len Bose | July 25, 2013
When you're on the harbor sailing every week, one of the first things you notice is, people who sail more than you. One such sailor is Mike Inmon, in his light blue Venture 23, Sleeping Beauty. I am sure you have noticed Sleeping Beauty over the last four years. It's hard to miss with its huge square top main and bowsprit. Mike first purchased a similar boat back in 1979 when he was a boat dealer for MacGregor in New Orleans. He only owned the boat for six months before he sold it and purchased a larger MacGregor.
NEWS
By: JIM DE BOOM | October 1, 2005
The 50-member Costa Mesa Kiwanis Club, in connection with American Youth Soccer Organization Region 57, will be holding its annual pancake breakfast for the benefit of Region 57 and the club's youth activities. The breakfast will be held at Costa Mesa High School today from 7 a.m. to noon. Breakfast is $4 for an individual or $13 for a family of four. Everyone is invited, said Fran Ursini. You will enjoy a delicious pancake breakfast and Kiwanis fellowship.
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By Len Bose | April 11, 2014
I am writing my column aboard a 757 headed to Miami in an effort to sell a 2009 Tiara 3900 power boat. As I review the boat's specification sheet, in preparation for the boat's inspections, my mind returns to a few of the observations I noticed around the harbor last week. I started at the Newport Beach boat show at Lido Village, and one of the first things I noticed was that most of the yacht brokers I have worked with over the past 25 years have all gotten older and seem to be pulling their pants higher.
NEWS
By Mike Whitehead | August 1, 2013
Ahoy! Around this time of year, a number of boat owners move their boats to a different cruising area, and then return home after the end of summer. For example, if the boats are moved to the Pacific Northwest, owners want to start their trek back before winter weather begins. There are yacht delivery companies that can move a boat either by truck or aboard a ship, and Yacht Path International was one of those companies. Yacht Path, was known locally for deliveries along the Pacific Coast and up to Seattle or Vancouver.
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