Please select your home edition
Edition
upffront 2018 Velocitek Prism 728x90
ARC+ St. Vincent: Getting the party started ARC+ St. Vincent: Getting the party started Fleets were officially welcomed with organised cocktail parties Sixteen days after their departure from the Cape Verdes, the Caribbean destinations for ARC+ in Saint Lucia and St. Vincent have seen dockside celebrations a plenty as the crews have made landfall. by World Cruising Club Posted 10 Dec 11:40 UTC Southward Bound: One couple's experience Southward Bound: One couple's experience It's time to head south while the winds are favorable It's the first of September and after a summer spent cruising Alaska, Haida Gwaii and the west coast of Vancouver Island, it's time to head south while the winds are favorable. by Kevin and Carla Nash Posted 7 Dec 15:13 UTC The Joy of Sailing The Joy of Sailing Look beyond the disability - Hannah Shelmerdine's story The definition of Joy is "a feeling of great pleasure and happiness". This is exactly the feeling I experience whilst I am sailing. Everybody can see who I am when I am sailing... Hannah! Look beyond the disability, crack open the shell and here I am. by Hannah Shelmerdine Posted 7 Dec 14:00 UTC Hallucine leads the ARC fleet into Rodney Bay Hallucine leads the ARC fleet into Rodney Bay On Friday 6th December, Rodney Bay welcomed the first arrival of ARC 2019 At 00:52:47 on Friday 6th December, Rodney Bay welcomed the first arrival of ARC 2019, French flagged Marsaudon TS5 Hallucine. Led by experienced ocean sailor Régis Guillemot, the crew of 50ft multihull have had a great blast across the Atlantic by World Cruising Club Posted 7 Dec 03:18 UTC 2019 ARC+ Saint Vincent first arrivals 2019 ARC+ Saint Vincent first arrivals Blue Lagoon Marina receives the first ARC+ St. Vincent 2019 yacht After a few days of diving and mooring laying the Blue Lagoon Marina and Hotel was finally ready to receive the first ARC+ St. Vincent 2019 yacht. by World Cruising Club Posted 5 Dec 22:31 UTC USCG approves SpaceX NavAids USCG approves SpaceX NavAids U.S. Coast Guard approved the use of a series of AIS PATON The U.S. Coast Guard approved the use of a series of Automatic Identification System Private Aids to Navigation (AIS PATON) to mark restricted navigation areas around commercial space launches. by Coast Guard News Posted 5 Dec 14:55 UTC NOAA responds to threat to Hawaiian monk seals NOAA responds to threat to Hawaiian monk seals Working together across the sciences to combat toxoplasmosis in wildlife Mauka to makai. Mountains to oceans. Land to sea. We name and revere these landscapes and their interconnectedness in many ways. by Michelle Barbieri, NOAA Fisheries Posted 5 Dec 14:55 UTC Bluefin Tuna - A valuable resource Bluefin Tuna - A valuable resource Atlantic bluefin tuna are not subject to overfishing thanks to comprehensive, sustainable management Bluefin tuna is often used as a poster species for the impacts of overfishing. But we have good news for seafood lovers eyeing bluefin sashimi at their local sushi restaurant: U.S.-caught Atlantic bluefin tuna is a sustainable food choice. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 5 Dec 11:32 UTC Loop Woggle is 'The Daddy' Loop Woggle is 'The Daddy' In the world of genoa sheet leads In this blog we look at the trend towards lightweight, flexible sheet lead solutions and why the LOOP Woggle is working its way to the top of the pack in high load situations. by Prinal Shah Posted 5 Dec 09:00 UTC Chickens and Eggs Chickens and Eggs You know the real answer is I have no idea which came first You know the real answer is I have no idea whether the egg was before the proverbial chicken, or the other way around. Equally, I'm not sure whether the ‘end of life' boats triggered this editorial, or perhaps it was the repurposing of sails by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-WorldCruising.com Posted 4 Dec 22:00 UTC ARC+ make landfall in Saint Lucia ARC+ make landfall in Saint Lucia A thrilling crossing covering a total of 2,122nm Serenaded by the local steel pan, the first ARC+ mooring lines to be secured to the pontoon at IGY Rodney Bay Marina belonged to Minimole, a Neel 47. After an 11 day crossing crew of 6 adults, 5 from Italy, 1 from France, experienced a thrilling crossing by World Cruising Club Posted 4 Dec 13:21 UTC Canadian sailor conducts global sailing risk study Canadian sailor conducts global sailing risk study Considered the first of its kind, the review will capture data on sailing risks rPM3 today announced the launch of a new Sailing Risk Assessment to gather feedback from the global sailing community to identify and measure the potential risks of sailing. by rPM3 Solutions Posted 3 Dec 19:39 UTC Fund Raising at Swords Fund Raising at Swords 710 EUR went to Howth RNLI Dublin There was a presentation made to Howth RNLI Dublin, Ireland, from a nearby sailing club always keen to support this excellent service. by Patrick Wodhams Posted 3 Dec 11:54 UTC For the Vaquita For the Vaquita Sea Shepherd retrieved 16 illegal totoaba gillnets Sea Shepherd, in partnership with Mexican authorities, retrieved 16 illegal totoaba gillnets from the Gulf of California. by Sea Shepherd Conservation Society Posted 2 Dec 20:15 UTC Awaiting the advent of ARC+ arrivals Awaiting the advent of ARC+ arrivals Teams from World Cruising Club arrived in Caribbean and are eagerly awaiting As the ARC and ARC+ fleets are looking out on the horizon and counting down the miles to the rum punch welcome, the teams from World Cruising Club have arrived in the Caribbean and are eagerly awaiting company! by World Cruising Club Posted 2 Dec 05:04 UTC Cruising Red Sea: Coast of Eritrea, Sudan & Egypt Cruising Red Sea: Coast of Eritrea, Sudan & Egypt The last article from Memories of a Circumnavigation Having run the gauntlet of piracy, we headed to an African country unfamiliar to us. Eritrea had recently gained independence from Ethiopia after a civil war. by Hugh & Heather Bacon Posted 1 Dec 10:40 UTC Sea Shepherd Conservation Society support Sea Shepherd Conservation Society support Two AquaBoy Pro II watermakers for a small island community heavily hit by Hurricane Dorian Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, together with Atmospheric Water Solutions, provided two AquaBoy Pro II watermakers in Sweetings Cay, a small island community heavily hit by Hurricane Dorian. by Sea Shepherd Conservation Society Posted 30 Nov 03:03 UTC Barton Marine's Quick Cleat Barton Marine's Quick Cleat We speak to Suzanne Blaustone at METS 2019 Mark Jardine speaks to Suzanne Blaustone, Managing Director of Barton Marine, about Quick Cleat - an innovation that provides the best alternative to tying knots, securing numerous items around boats, trailers and marinas. by Mark Jardine Posted 29 Nov 14:00 UTC Quick added to TMS Range Quick added to TMS Range Next day delivery from the smallest circuit breaker to the larger windlasses and thrusters Working alongside Quick-UK, TMS offer a next day service on all stocked items, from the smallest circuit breaker to the larger windlasses and thrusters, and everything in between. by Matt Churchward Posted 29 Nov 08:00 UTC Jeanne Socrates honoured in Victoria, BC Jeanne Socrates honoured in Victoria, BC Jeanne Socrates received recognition for her amazing voyage A dock was named after her and plaque unveiled to mark the completion of her remarkable circumnavigation solo, nonstop, unassisted. by Shaun Peck Posted 29 Nov 01:45 UTC
Marine Resources 2019 - FooterGJW Direct - Yacht 2019 - FooterSailing Holidays 2019 - BOTTOM