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Sail the Balearics with Sunsail Sail the Balearics with Sunsail Explore Mallorca's hidden coves, bustling markets and Cabrera National Park Explore Mallorca's hidden coves, bustling markets and Cabrera National Park, or venture that little further to neighbouring islands. by Sunsail Posted 17 Jan 14:00 UTC eSail Man Overboard Simulator eSail Man Overboard Simulator Add-on developed with the help of marine safety expert Keith Colwell eSail has recently launched a new 'Man Overboard' (MOB) add-on for eSail Sailing Simulator. The add-on has been developed with the help of marine safety expert Keith Colwell, author of the RYA Sea Survival Handbook. by Chris Baldwin Posted 17 Jan 07:31 UTC Philippe Briand unveils SY200 superyacht concept Philippe Briand unveils SY200 superyacht concept Delivering a true zero emissions sailing experience With a traditional sailing rig, the 490-gross-tonne sloop has been created to outperform the other sailing yachts under 499 gross tonnes that are on the water today, as well as to provide a head-turning aesthetic and ultimate comfort on board. by Elisa Corti Posted 16 Jan 14:50 UTC Little relief in the deep for heat-stressed corals Little relief in the deep for heat-stressed corals New research shows coral reefs in deeper water aren't immune to warming seas and coral bleaching A team of NOAA scientists recently examined more than a thousand hot water events on coral reefs across the Pacific Ocean. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 16 Jan 13:41 UTC How to help free entangled whales in Hawaii How to help free entangled whales in Hawaii Course helps to better assist trained responders disentangle large whales Entanglement in ropes, nets, and other marine debris is a major threat to the humpbacks and other large whales of Hawaii. But attempting to free an entangled, multi-ton whale is inherently dangerous. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 16 Jan 13:16 UTC Mbtiles for OpenCPN Mbtiles for OpenCPN A huge step forward for satellite charting Around 2005, mariners who were also computer geeks, began to realize the potential to use satellite imagery alongside nautical charts in poorly charted areas of the world, using (free) services like Google Earth™. by Rob Murray Posted 16 Jan 11:57 UTC Ancasta franchise opportunity event Ancasta franchise opportunity event At boot Düsseldorf International Boat Show 2020 Ancasta International Boat Sales Ltd is inviting any interested parties to meet the team at Dusseldorf Boat Show (18th-26th January) to discuss unique franchise opportunities. by Susannah Hart Posted 16 Jan 10:00 UTC Cruising Association Open Weekend in London Cruising Association Open Weekend in London Many high-profile marine brands already signed up A number of high-profile marine brands have already signed up to exhibit during the two-day event and the author, journalist and broadcaster Tom Cunliffe is confirmed as guest speaker for the Saturday evening. by Lucy Gray Posted 15 Jan 17:14 UTC Lifejackets: try before you buy Lifejackets: try before you buy The new brand stand presents a rare opportunity for customers After many successful years exhibiting at Boot Dusseldorf, Crewsaver is delighted to announce that, it has evolved its historic brand stand to become a retail stand for the ultimate buying experience. by Seaborne Posted 15 Jan 10:45 UTC 2019 Annual IMB Piracy Report 2019 Annual IMB Piracy Report Unprecedented number of crew kidnappings in the Gulf of Guinea Despite overall piracy incidents declining in 2019, there was an alarming increase in crew kidnappings across the Gulf of Guinea, according to the International Chamber of Commerce's International Maritime Bureau's (IMB) annual piracy report. by ICC International Maritime Bureau Posted 15 Jan 10:37 UTC Ocean Safety equipment demonstration Open Day Ocean Safety equipment demonstration Open Day Come along to the Southampton facility to learn about their essential on board safety equipment Ocean Safety are inviting boat owners to familiarise themselves with their essential on board safety equipment when the company opens its doors to visitors at its Southampton headquarters. by Marina Johnson Posted 14 Jan 11:27 UTC Introducing Pacific Islands feature stories 2019 Introducing Pacific Islands feature stories 2019 A recent study used machine learning to examine vocalizations of false killer whale populations Over the past decade, researchers have determined that false killer whales around the Hawaiian Islands have three distinct populations, one of which is endangered. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 13 Jan 16:06 UTC World ARC starts from Rodney Bay World ARC starts from Rodney Bay 11th January marked a special day in World ARC history 33 yachts assembled at IGY Rodney Bay Marina, marking an end to years of planning and the start of an epic 26,000nm circumnavigation, with crews from 23 different countries sailing their own yachts to some of the world's best cruising grounds. by World Cruising Club Posted 13 Jan 13:09 UTC Announcing Mission: Iconic Reefs Announcing Mission: Iconic Reefs A large-scale coral reef restoration effort in the Florida Keys I'm excited to let you know that NOAA Fisheries, along with NOAA's Office of National Marine Sanctuaries and other partners, have launched a coral reef restoration effort titled Mission: Iconic Reefs. by Pat Montanio, NOAA Fisheries Posted 12 Jan 15:56 UTC Tips for winter sailing - from Sunsail Tips for winter sailing - from Sunsail Three guidelines for booking a winter sailing holiday Christmas is over and summer feels a lifetime away. Here are our top tips when booking a winter sailing holiday... by Sunsail Posted 12 Jan 09:00 UTC Pacific Islands Must-Reads of 2019 Pacific Islands Must-Reads of 2019 The 10 stories that resonated the most with readers In 2019, we brought you science and conservation stories covering a wide range of topics important to the Pacific Islands region. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 12 Jan 08:28 UTC Circumnavigation begins for World ARC 2020/2021 Circumnavigation begins for World ARC 2020/2021 The fleet this year is made up of 33 boats The planning for many of the World ARC fleet has been in the making for years. For one boat, Laura IV, the skipper Pino has been "dreaming about this voyage since he was a kid". by World Cruising Club Posted 12 Jan 08:27 UTC World ARC participants enjoy the adventure tour World ARC participants enjoy the adventure tour Participants have been enjoying a day out swinging in the tree tops Ahead of crossing the start line for World ARC 2020, participants have been enjoying a day out swinging in the tree tops of the luscious Saint Lucian rainforest, on a zip lining adventure. by World Cruising Club Posted 11 Jan 20:11 UTC Passage Making two day seminar Passage Making two day seminar From the psychology of leaving to living in cramped quarters Passage Making is a multi topic two day seminar. From the psychology of leaving to living in cramped quarters, the Gillstroms bring deep knowledge and experience into this conversation. Over the two days, they will cover broad and relevant subjects. by Bluewater Cruising Association Posted 11 Jan 16:55 UTC Top photos of 2019 from NOAA Fisheries Top photos of 2019 from NOAA Fisheries The longest-running ocean monitoring program on the planet Those of us fortunate enough to live on the West Coast know that the Pacific Ocean changes constantly, with dramatic effects on our weather, fisheries, and species from sardines to sharks that populate the California Current Ecosystem. by Kristen Koch, NOAA Fisheries Posted 11 Jan 15:24 UTC
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