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Sailboats / Energy #508417

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Dec 20, 1980
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(s) Commercial use of sailboats featured.
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch

(Puget Sound) Sailing scenes shown. Tall ship scenes from Bicentennial shown. Japan, USSR said using sailboats for economy reasons as tankers. Launchings shown. Sails said added to boats driven by engines to save fuel. Computer-controlled sails noted. Sail-assisted fishing boats said used in US. Bernie Arthur, Ed Shallenberger cited as makers of sail-assisted boats. (SHALLENBERGER - says Energy Department is no help.] Statistics on fuel consumption given.
REPORTER: Tom Streithorst

Savitch, Jessica;
Streithorst, Tom

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