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2421
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The town of Oriental in Pamlico County has more sailboats than its population of 800 and calls itself \"The Sailing Capital of the Carolinas.\" Located on the Neuse River, the town attracts people who enjoy sailing and the easygoing lifestyle.
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4566
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North Carolina is a sailor's paradise. Inland lakes, sounds, Intracoastal Waterway, and the Atlantic provide all types of sailing experiences. Novice sailors and master mariners can also hone their skills at a number of sailing schools, including the Water Ways Sailing School at Wrightsville Beach.
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29226
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Beaufort, North Carolina has a long history rooted in sailing and seamanship. Captain Scaduto and Captain Sinbad discuss the teaching of seamanship, life as a sailor and the traditions surrounding this lifestyle.
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Tar Heel (NoCar F 251 T37x), Vol. 8 Issue 8, Oct 1980, p22-25, por
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36048
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Larry Babits’ HIST 6875 students brought history to life from a four-week reenactment of life aboard a brigantine. Before collaboration and studying abroad were higher education buzzwords, they applied both in a reconstructed version of this ship. For them, studying the War of 1812 and Battle of Lake Erie was an all hands on deck experience.