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Making waves

Controversial celebrity newsman Geraldo Rivera is no stranger to rough weather, on land and at sea

Geraldo Rivera manuevers his boat into the harbor in Marion. He's famous for his reporting style, but he's also an accomplished sailor. Geraldo Rivera manuevers his boat into the harbor in Marion. He's famous for his reporting style, but he's also an accomplished sailor. (JOHN TLUMACKI/GLOBE STAFF)
By Mark Shanahan
Globe Staff / September 1, 2007

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MARION - Carrying a cup of coffee, French bread, and a change of clothes, Geraldo Rivera debarks from Belle, a 36-foot Hinckley powerboat named for one of his daughters, and pads down the dock in a pair of Uggs. (Full article: 1252 words)

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