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Woods Hole summer programs for high schoolers Woods Hole summer programs for high schoolersFive-week internship and two-week career seminar offeredAll vessels with Federal charter or party permits for species managed by the Mid-Atlantic Council will be required to submit electronic vessel trip reports (eVTRs) while on trips carrying passengers for hire.by NOAA Fisheries Posted 19 Jan 18:40 UTC Cruising Association Lobster Pots highlights Cruising Association Lobster Pots highlightsThe video features two experienced yachtsmen describing their frightening encountersThe Cruising Association (CA) has just released a video highlighting the dangers of entanglement with lobster pots as part of its campaign for better marking of static fishing gear.by Peta Stuart-Hunt Posted 19 Jan 18:36 UTC Sea lion population rebounded to new highs Sea lion population rebounded to new highsSea lion numbers reflect conditions in California Current through the decadesCalifornia sea lions have now reached those levels, according to the new assessment by scientists from NOAA Fisheries' Alaska Fisheries Science Center and Southwest Fisheries Science Center.by NOAA Fisheries Posted 19 Jan 15:58 UTC RYA North East Cruising Conference RYA North East Cruising ConferenceBookings now open!The 2018 North East RYA Cruising Conference takes place on Saturday 24 February at the Pavilions of Harrogate - offering a great opportunity for sailors to develop their expertise or find out more about cruising.by Paula Irish, RYA North East Posted 19 Jan 15:04 UTC Coast Guard pushing through Great Lakes freeze Coast Guard pushing through Great Lakes freezeEach winter, the Coast Guard helps ensure the transport of more than $1 billion in cargoIce coverage is nearing 30 percent in the region. A small fleet of U.S. Coast Guard cutters has been increasingly busy freeing freighters that have become trapped in the ice.by Tanda Gmiter | MLive Posted 19 Jan 14:19 UTC Barton Marine's new products on show Barton Marine's new products on showTravelling across the globe in 2018Crafted by sailors for sailors, the new Barton Marine Block Range will be introduced globally during this year's Boat Show Season.by Liberty Ash Posted 19 Jan 07:23 UTC Sailing around the world is the dream Sailing around the world is the dreamThe first Oyster World Rally was held in 2013-14, starting and finishing in AntiguaThe 2017-19 edition is well under way and is an evolution of the inaugural rally. The third edition is confirmed to start in January 2021, once again starting and finishing in Antigua and entries are now invited.by Oyster Yachts Posted 18 Jan 16:28 UTC North Sails designs inventory for new Melges IC37 North Sails designs inventory for new Melges IC37Designer Mike Marshall explains 3Di sail developmentAn inventory of only three sails – one main, one jib, and one spinnaker – and only one standing rigging tuning adjustment allowed during class regattas (the mast ram).by Mike Marshall Posted 18 Jan 16:14 UTC World ARC: Unforgettable Santa Marta World ARC: Unforgettable Santa MartaParticipants greeted by a local band and traditional Colombian dancersThe skippers briefing took place yesterday afternoon at the Santa Marta club which was followed a couple of hours later by the prize giving dinner.by World Cruising Club Posted 18 Jan 05:43 UTC Weather anomalies accelerate melting of sea ice Weather anomalies accelerate melting of sea iceETH researchers reveal why Arctic sea ice began to meltIn the winter of 2015/16, something happened that had never before been seen on this scale: at the end of December, temperatures rose above zero degrees Celsius for several days in parts of the Arctic.by Peter Rüegg Posted 18 Jan 02:46 UTC Hiking in the Cape Verdes Hiking in the Cape VerdesLush green terraces spilling over with bananas, coffee, papaya and sugar caneLush green terraces spilling over with bananas, coffee, papaya and sugar cane, as far as the eye could see. This was far from what we had expected to find as we gazed from the deck of the early morning ferry...by Mission Océan Posted 17 Jan 23:56 UTC North Sails 3Di NORDAC claims SAIL Pittman Award North Sails 3Di NORDAC claims SAIL Pittman AwardThe Dacron sail reinvented: revolutionizing the cruising marketSince 3Di NORDAC was launched in June 2017, the sail has seen unparalleled success with cruisers and industry experts, claiming awards and stellar sales in a short space of time, with more than 1600 orders placed since being introduced.by North Sails Posted 17 Jan 16:03 UTC Ancasta's CNB 66 & Oceanis 51.1 at Boot Düsseldorf Ancasta's CNB 66 & Oceanis 51.1 at Boot DüsseldorfOceanis 51.1 is the first of a new generation, which can be configured in a host of different waysThe beautiful, CNB 66, was designed by Philippe Briand to be a large sailing yacht but one that could still be handled by a family crew. Her elegant lines conceal an abundance of volume, with a saloon that is entire beam-width.by Alison Willis Posted 16 Jan 13:24 UTC Vibrant atmosphere across five-day format Vibrant atmosphere across five-day formatNew look London Boat Show celebratesThe 2018 London Boat Show drew to a close on Sunday amidst incredible sales reports, a vibrant atmosphere, strong visitor numbers and the fantastic launch of the all new Boating & Watersports Holiday Show.by Annabel Wildey Posted 15 Jan 19:30 UTC Registration open for SDSA Spring Cruising Rally Registration open for SDSA Spring Cruising RallyDeparting Falmouth Harbor on May 15 after several days of social activitiesThe non-profit Salty Dawg Sailing Association™ (SDSA) has opened registration for its Spring Rally from Antiqua to the US.by Salty Dawg Sailing Association Posted 15 Jan 15:23 UTC Practical Tid-bits - The Head Practical Tid-bits - The HeadBathrooms on boats should be light and easy to keep clean and well ventilatedBathrooms on boats should be light and easy to keep clean and well ventilated. Before Banyandah's refit there was a cupboard below the sink and if a sudden wind gust put us on our ear before we had a chance to close the seacockby Jack and Jude Posted 15 Jan 06:30 UTC How ocean warming impacts the twilight zone How ocean warming impacts the twilight zoneOcean warming may have implications for the 'twilight' zoneA new study from the British Antarctic Survey shows how lanternfish, small bioluminescent fish, are likely to respond to the warming of the Southern Ocean.by British Antarctic Survey Posted 15 Jan 02:03 UTC World ARC: Exciting days in Colombia World ARC: Exciting days in ColombiaAll of the World ARC fleet is now in Santa Marta, ColombiaAll of the World ARC fleet is now in Santa Marta, Colombia, with the exception of one vessel who will be arriving this afternoon after having left late from Martinique.by World Cruising Posted 15 Jan 02:00 UTC The sights you see… The sights you see……When you don't have a gun. It's an old saying, that's for sure.…When you don't have a gun. It's an old saying, that's for sure, and in the politically correct world in which we now live, you would have to wonder if you can even say this great line anymore? So rather than get stuck on that point...by John Curnow Posted 15 Jan 01:55 UTC Cruising the Seto Inland Sea Cruising the Seto Inland SeaHonshu is as big as BritainPicture ten BCA members making noodle dough from salted flour and water, kneading it, dancing on it (in a plastic bag) to "YMCA", slicing it into exactly 4 mm thick strips, boiling them, then eating the Udon in a flavourful soup.by Stephen and Nancy Carlman Posted 15 Jan 00:42 UTC
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