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Cyclops Marine 2020 - LEADERBOARD
How to protect your boat for 183 days How to protect your boat for 183 days BoatUS offers help for hurricane season The 2020 hurricane season starts Monday, June 1, and runs through November 30. That is 183 days your boat could find itself in the crosshairs of one of the 16 predicted named storms. by Scott Croft Posted 27 May 14:11 UTC Transiting the Panama Canal Transiting the Panama Canal Two Drifters say goodbye to the Atlantic After three years of sailing in the Caribbean, it was time for s/v Two Drifters to say goodbye to the Atlantic and go in search of new adventures in the Pacific Ocean. by Jenevora Swann Posted 27 May 08:30 UTC OCC Report from the Eastern Caribbean OCC Report from the Eastern Caribbean The unofficial fishing competition was won almost before it had started This winter's cruising season in the E. Caribbean started off and then continued with some unusual weather patterns. Returning cruisers came back to sweaty boatyards during their pre-launch maintenance work as there was very little gradient wind. by Alastair Hill Posted 26 May 17:14 UTC OCC Report from the Bahamas OCC Report from the Bahamas From Nova Scotia to the Ragged Islands Ahoy OCC'ers, this is Grace and I's first Roving Rear Commodore Report and boy what a time it is to be out cruising. We hope everyone is staying safe during the Covid-19 outbreak. by Grace Arison and Bill Heaton Posted 26 May 16:39 UTC Solaris 80RS has been introduced Solaris 80RS has been introduced An important milestone for Solaris Yachts We are very proud of the launch of the first Solaris 80RS, an important milestone for Solaris Yachts. Fast performance and innovative design are the main features of this yacht. by Solaris Yachts Posted 26 May 16:19 UTC Andrew Winch and his Jeanneau 64 Andrew Winch and his Jeanneau 64 The designer talks of his love affair with 'Polar Bear' It doesn't happen everyday, that a Yacht Designer is so taken with one of his own designs that he ends up buying the finished product for himself. by Margriet Mitchel Posted 26 May 15:43 UTC Sailing 31,000 miles around the world Sailing 31,000 miles around the world A sneak peak of Episode 10 of Jeanneau Underway Can you imagine sailing 31,000 miles around the world on your Jeanneau? by Margriet Mitchel Posted 26 May 14:22 UTC TMS Two Minute Tuesdays Episode 9 TMS Two Minute Tuesdays Episode 9 Hamma wire has a longer working life and higher minimum break strength James is back and looking sharp after his lockdown haircut, with episode 9 of TMS Two Minute Tuesday looking at the best wire on the market: Hamma wire! by Technical Marine Supplies Posted 26 May 13:00 UTC Ambitious new eco yachts brand launched Ambitious new eco yachts brand launched Alva Yachts puts sustainability at the heart of its yachts Heralding a new focus on the environment in the post-Covid world, a young German brand is launching an advanced range of sustainable catamarans, sailing yachts and luxury floating homes. by Holger Henn Posted 26 May 07:34 UTC 3rd June 2020 will see Italy open its borders 3rd June 2020 will see Italy open its borders No restrictions to cross Italian borders to the rest of Europe 3rd June 2020 will see Italy open its borders to the rest of Europe. No restrictions to cross Italian borders. by Confindustria Nautica Posted 26 May 07:00 UTC Musto backpacks and bags for all occasions Musto backpacks and bags for all occasions Stylish yet practical. Sleek but roomy. Durable yet comfortable. Stylish yet practical. Sleek but roomy. Durable yet comfortable. This is the type of baggage you will be happy to carry around with you. by Musto Posted 24 May 16:00 UTC Busy Atlantic hurricane season is expected Busy Atlantic hurricane season is expected Multiple climate factors indicate above-normal activity is most likely An above-normal 2020 Atlantic hurricane season is expected, according to forecasters with NOAA's Climate Prediction Center, a division of the National Weather Service. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 24 May 14:26 UTC Coast Guard Cutter Escanaba returns home Coast Guard Cutter Escanaba returns home Escanaba's crew seized nearly 2,000 kilograms of cocaine The crew of Coast Guard Cutter Escanaba returned home to Boston Saturday following a 62-day patrol in support of Operation Martillo in the Western Caribbean Sea. by U.S. Coast Guard 1st District Northeast Posted 24 May 13:54 UTC OCC Lockdown Lecture #3: Svalbard OCC Lockdown Lecture #3: Svalbard The third in the series of webinars is now available The third in the series of webinars is now available to view via the link below. Escape to Svalbard, a Norwegian archipelago between mainland Norway and the North Pole. by Judith Jacobsen Posted 24 May 10:39 UTC Team frees entangled humpback whale Team frees entangled humpback whale Multiple sets of fishing gear were so heavy, they 'anchored the whale in place' A trained response team on Monday freed a humpback whale in Monterey Bay. It had become so severely entangled and weighed down by commercial dungeness crab fishing gear that it could not move. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 23 May 13:21 UTC Berthon provides a safe haven for stranded boats Berthon provides a safe haven for stranded boats An estimated 500 boats are crossing the Atlantic to Europe in the coming weeks We were dismayed to read Susan Smilie's article in the Guardian last week announcing that "an estimated 500 boats are crossing the Atlantic to Europe in the coming weeks". by Helen Davison Posted 23 May 05:23 UTC Find your feet with the Musto footwear collection Find your feet with the Musto footwear collection These shoes are lightweight, durable and comfortable Musto footwear effortlessly balances comfort, style and performance. Engineered with precision using the latest cutting-edge technology, these shoes are lightweight, durable and provide you with the freedom and comfort needed to perform with confidence. by Musto Posted 22 May 16:00 UTC Teamwork saves harbor seal Teamwork saves harbor seal Volunteers and experts formed a rescue team to safely release the seal A series of fortunate events recently led to a happy ending for a harbor seal. It had gotten its canine teeth stuck in the steel grated walkway at the hatchery in Valdez. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 22 May 14:04 UTC Essentials to keeping your mast & rigging in shape Essentials to keeping your mast & rigging in shape Points of interest from professional riggers Allspars When a mast breaks, not only are the entire rig and the sails damaged, but also the hull. It is not uncommon for people to be hurt too. Keeping your rig in good condition is therefore essential. by Andy Postle, Allspars Posted 22 May 10:00 UTC 2020 Spouse Grants and Scholarships 2020 Spouse Grants and Scholarships The Coast Guard Foundation distributed 265 awards The Coast Guard Foundation, a non-profit organization committed to strengthening the Coast Guard community & service by supporting members and families, announced today that through the 2020 spouse scholarship & grant program, they distributed 265 awards. by Jennifer Crowley Fyke Posted 21 May 15:48 UTC
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