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The curious case of the vanishing yacht - The Week Magazine

John Rice spent his life on the water, and the Argonaut was a labor of love. "Boats don't just sink," says Chelsea Rice-Morris. He spent 18 years building and perfecting the steel boat in California and Mexico, dreaming of the day when he could sail her around the world. On July 25, 2012, the 59-foot Argonaut , a robust $600,000 yacht crewed by owner John Rice and French Canadian crewmember Guillaume Gosselin, was sailing in calm conditions just three miles behind a second boat, 20 miles off Maumere, Indonesia. "John liked to sail hard and fast," McCue says, "but he was a sensible sailor who knew what his boat could do and sailed accordingly. Source: theweek.com








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