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17th of August

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INSIDE: 43 Compete in Flight of the Lasers, Pg. 34 FUBAR-style Cuba Cruise Planned for Spring 2013, Pg. 11 California's Number 1 Boating Classifieds for 34 Years Running, Pg. 45 No. 926 California Boating News Since 1971 August 17 - 30, 2012 Mexico Fishing Permit Requirements Are Still a 'Work in Progress' Anglers Enjoy Excellent Summer Yellowtail, Bluefin and Dorado Fishing ... Pg. 35 Chula Vista Bayfront Plan Gets Coastal Commission Approval The decision paves the way for 556- acre development along South San Diego Bay, Pg. 10 Shoreline Marina Boaters Advised to Lock Up Their Outboards Police say engines are targeted in a recent theft outbreak, Pg. 23 The Log Finalizes 'Slips 2013' Marina Guide The Log staff is now updating information for the 29th annual edition of this popular guide to West Coast marinas, and any changes or updates about local marinas should be reported no later than Sept. 1. Marina operators: Watch for an email or fax coming to you this week from The Log. INSIDE THE LOG IS THERE. YACHT SALES EVENT OF THE YEAR. THE FINAL Since December 2011, when the Mexican consulate issued new rules on what docu- mentation anglers need to fish in Mexico, U.S. citizens aboard private boats and char- ter fishing vessels have been navigating through a confusing sea of bureaucracy to figure out what is needed to fish in Pacific waters across the border. Mexican officials began stepping up patrols in July, and since then, San Diego's fishing fleet has been staying out of the popular charter boat fish- ing areas around Los Coronados islands ... Pg. 17 Boaters Given More Time to Review Dana Point Harbor Report When OC Dana Point Harbor offi- cials released their responses to pub- lic comments in a final draft of the harbor's waterside redevelopment plan, local boaters balked at the short, one-week time frame they were given to review the document. As a result, locals have now been given more time to look over the con- tents of the 1,000-plus-page report ... Pg. 5 STATE/NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL ■ Team Attempts to Remove Japanese Dock from West Coast Beach, Pg. 4 ■ Vessel Tax Driving Big Boats Out of Maryland, Pg. 8 ■ Only Four Challengers Meet Deadline for 34th America's Cup, Pg. 8 ■ Panama Canal Transit Fees to Increase Oct. 1, Pg. 8 ■ Ben Ainslie Becomes Top Olympic Sailor in History, Pg. 24 Catalina Connection . . . . . . .26 Classified . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45 FishRap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35 Harbor Blotter . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 On the Horizon . . . . . . . . . . . .28 Opinion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Racing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 ■ No Olympic Sailing Medals for U.S. for First Time Since 1936, Pg. 25 ■ Fish and Game Commission President Voted Out Amid Controversy, Pg. 27 ■ My Boat Sank Twice, and I Want to Sue My Boatyard. Where Do I Start? Pg. 6 WEST'S BIGGEST IN-WATER BOAT SHOW SEPT. 27 - 30 Lido Marina Village, Newport Beach, CA YACHT EXPO SD Harbor Police Cross-Train to Battle Fires on the Water ... Pg. 32 THE LIDO YACHT EXPO PREVIEW EDITION OF THE LOG NEWSPAPERwill highlight the boats, products and services exhibiting at the show and will hit the newsstand one week before opening day — it will also be available at the show. To advertise, please reserve your space before August 29. CALL (949) 660-6150 EXT. 214 TO RESERVE YOUR AD SPACE Print, web and editorial bonus packages available. Call now to reserve your ad space! A CLEANER, SHOAL-FREE HARBOR Newport Dredging Project Removes Tons of Contaminated Sediment FREE More than 90,000 cubic yards of sediment marked unsuitable for ocean disposal has been transported by barge out of the harbor and sent to the Port of Long Beach's approved Contained Aquatic Disposal (CAD) site, where the port has plans to create a new, modern shipping terminal on the newly creat- ed landfill. In all, the Lower Bay proj- ect will remove more than 500,000 cubic yards of sediment, creating a more navigable waterway for deep- draft vessels and ridding Newport Harbor of nearly 90 percent of its contaminated material ... Pg. 31

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