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Sailing community remembers woman who went overboard near the Bahamas


Sailing community remembers woman who went overboard near the Bahamas | WJARhttps://tagan.adlightning.com/sinclair/op.jshttps://sinclairstoryline.com/resources/defaults/userway/widget.js?Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes ofwebsite accessibilityhttps://www.lightboxcdn.com/static/lightbox_sinclair.js//static-14.sinclairstoryline.com/resources/assets/2021-06-22T23-34Z/core/shared/privacyUtils.js//static-17.sinclairstoryline.com/resources/assets/2021-06-22T23-34Z/core/shared/ads.js//www.googletagservices.com/tag/js/gpt.js0 ? adsBlocked : true; // If height {/p} Marcoz and the sailing community around the country are devastated to learn their friend likely died at sea.{/p} On Saturday, the U.S. Coast Guard called off its 63-hour search after covering more than 18,000 square miles of ocean, more than 10 times the size of Rhode Island.{/p}

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