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October 25th, 2013

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INSIDE: FREE Catalina Air Show Set for Oct. 26, Pg. 18 Pyewacket and Dark Star Shine at Campbell Cup, Pg. 21 California's Number 1 Boating Classifieds for 34 Years Running, Pg. 34 No. 957 California Boating News Since 1971 Oct. 25 - Nov. 7, 2013 Mexico Approves New Online Permit for Visiting U.S. Boats Keep on Fishing: Anglers Are Enjoying Great Late-Season Saltwater Action ... Pg. 23 SD Convention Center Expansion Gets Green Light Waterfront project is expected to cost $520 million and bring 7,000 permanent jobs, Pg. 17 Lido Boat Show Attendance Up Nearly 30 Percent With more exhibits and more buyers than a year ago, the show's positive results indicate a boating industry that is moving forward, Pg. 2 Veteran's Paddle Through Channel Islands Sets Record Will Schmidt completes 60-hour, 220mile SUP trip to raise funds for Wounded Warriors, Pg. 17 INSIDE Catalina Connection . . . . . . .20 Classified . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 FishRap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Harbor Blotter . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 Opinion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Racing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 In a meeting between U.S. and Mexico representatives in San Diego Oct. 17, it was announced that U.S. boaters can now go online to purchase and print out a $23 single-entry tourist permit, which will allow them to fish aboard their U.S. boat in Mexican waters from 0-12 miles from land. The move is designed to promote tourism in Mexico and end the recent situation where boaters who wanted to fish off the Coronado islands were required to first visit Ensenada to obtain an immigration permit ... Pg. 7 Two 'Sea Monsters' Found — in One Week A rarely seen, sea serpentlike 18-footlong oarfish was found dead off Catalina Island on Oct. 13 — and just five days later, a 14-foot oarfish washed ashore on an Oceanside beach ... Pg. 8 STATE/NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL ■ Robot Boat on Transatlantic Cruise Appears to Be Adrift, Pg. 4 ■ Message in a Bottle from Oceanside Ends Up in Guam, Pg. 4 ■ Groups Sue EPA Over Estimates of 'Average' Fish Consumption, Pg. 4 SHOWTIME IN LONG BEACH Strictly Sail Runs Through Oct. 27 The all-sailboat show, at Shoreline Village at Rainbow Harbor, is rolling out even more sailboats and gear for show-goers to view — and seminars for novice and experienced sailors alike to attend. With the America's Cup having just come to a victorious close for the U.S., the event's producers could not have had better timing: Sailing is hotter than ever ... Pg. 9 ■ Court Rules Fisheries Service Failed to Protect Whales from Navy, Pg. 3 ■ Celebration Held for Nordhavn Headquarters' Grand Opening, Pg. 11 ■ Seminar Planned to Help Boaters Prepare for San Diego Boat Parade, Pg.15 ■ Meet Newport Harbor Commissioner Joe Stapleton, Pg. 13 ■ Trying to Sell a Boat When No One Is Alive to Sign the Bill of Sale, Pg. 6 Statewide Coastal Cleanup Yields 500,000+ Pounds of Waterborne Trash ... Pg. 10

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