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Twenty of the World ARC fleet now in Papeete Twenty of the World ARC fleet now in Papeete The rally spirit is reported to be good amongst the World ARC crews Twenty of the World ARC fleet are now in Papeete, with five yachts well on their way from Nuka Hiva to join them there. by World Cruising Club Posted 8 Apr 10:00 UTC Henri-Lloyd Exclusive Bundle Offers Henri-Lloyd Exclusive Bundle Offers Ease yourself into a new week and feel your best at home Ease yourself into a new week and feel your best at home with our collection of soft, comfortable pieces that will take you from Monday right through to Sunday. Stay safe, stay home. by Henri-Lloyd Posted 7 Apr 18:00 UTC Lessons learned from sailing BVI with my family Lessons learned from sailing BVI with my family Dreaming of sailing and looking back at my most recent trip on the water As I sit at home doing my part to flatten the curve, I find myself dreaming of sailing and looking back at my most recent trip on the water. It sometimes feels like forever ago but my little girls, who have no notion of what's going on in the real world by Catherine Guiader Posted 7 Apr 15:18 UTC Ancasta launches new Virtual Boat Show Ancasta launches new Virtual Boat Show Including the largest ever line-up of Groupe Beneteau products Ancasta will be opening the doors to The Ancasta Virtual Boat Show on Tuesday 14th April 2020. The show will include the largest ever line-up of Groupe Beneteau products (Beneteau, Prestige, CNB & Lagoon Catamarans). by Susannah Hart Posted 7 Apr 12:22 UTC Jack & Jude: Voyage planning rules our lives Jack & Jude: Voyage planning rules our lives Sail through Hells Gate 250 Nautical miles in less than two days, from 10 AM Monday to 3 AM Wednesday, plus another hour to sail through Hells Gate after daylight. by Jack and Jude Posted 7 Apr 11:59 UTC Cruising Easy: Sail handling tips from an expert Cruising Easy: Sail handling tips from an expert Webinar premiere presented by Peter Isler, 2x America's Cup winner Do you miss sailing and being on the water with friends? Are you sheltering in place? Practicing Social Distancing? These are extraordinary times and we are all doing our part during this Covid-19 pandemic. by American Sailing Association Posted 7 Apr 07:16 UTC Colin Mudie, OCC Founding Member, passes away Colin Mudie, OCC Founding Member, passes away Lymington-based yacht and tall ships designer, balloonist, author and disabled-sailing advocate Lymington-based yacht and tall ships designer, balloonist, author and disabled-sailing advocate Colin Mudie has died aged 93. by Daria Blackwell / OCC Posted 7 Apr 06:24 UTC RYA Legal Team offers COVID-19 Landlord guidance RYA Legal Team offers COVID-19 Landlord guidance To Affiliated Clubs, Sailability Groups and Training Centres Whilst the RYA has officially closed its doors for two weeks to help prevent the virus spread, its expert Legal team is working around the clock to provide guidance for marine organisations during these difficult times. by Loretta Spridgeon, RYA Posted 6 Apr 20:02 UTC CA launches a topical South West Soundings Podcast CA launches a topical South West Soundings Podcast A lifeline for sailors marooned ashore! With cruising sailors firmly anchored ashore in the face of the Covid-19 clampdown, the Cruising Association's (CA) South West Section has launched a new podcast to keep maritime spirits lifted despite not being able to get afloat. by Peta Stuart-Hunt Posted 6 Apr 19:57 UTC New Glo Lite Jon Buoy man overboard range New Glo Lite Jon Buoy man overboard range A revolution in ultra-high visibility on video We've already brought you the news that Ocean Safety has launched a brand-new range option for its Jon Buoy man overboard collection, the Jon Buoy Glo Lite. But now you can watch our video and see for yourself. by Marina Johnson Posted 6 Apr 11:00 UTC Building something that is pointy at both ends Building something that is pointy at both ends Do you need a trimaran... and a proa... and a rowing boat? Andy Ford shares a boat-building process which began with a very complicated brief. It seems he wanted three or maybe four boats, but felt he should build just one hull... by Andy Ford Posted 6 Apr 09:16 UTC Ultimate Virtual Tour of Herreshoff Marine Museum Ultimate Virtual Tour of Herreshoff Marine Museum Learn about the variety of tools and methods used to make the wonderful half-models This week, we're heading to HMM's version of Capt. Nat's workshop. You can learn about the variety of tools and methods used to make all of those wonderful half-models and then to turn them into world-class boats, both power and sail. by Herreshoff Marine Museum Posted 5 Apr 14:23 UTC North Sails Cruising Sailors Tool Kit North Sails Cruising Sailors Tool Kit Also Talk Moths With Tom Slingsby, Upcoming Webinars Our experts have created a variety of articles to help you gain confidence for your next getaway. Let's plan your summer adventure together. by North Sails Posted 5 Apr 13:58 UTC RYA takes a break to help prevent the spread RYA takes a break to help prevent the spread All activity to cease over Easter As the effects of the Coronavirus outbreak are felt more acutely across the UK, it is making it increasingly difficult to maintain normal service levels. by Loretta Spridgeon, RYA Posted 5 Apr 12:21 UTC ARC Portugal 2020 revised schedule announcement ARC Portugal 2020 revised schedule announcement World Cruising Club have a proposed new schedule World Cruising Club have a proposed new schedule for ARC Portugal 2020, the annual rally sailing from Plymouth, UK, to Marina de Lagos on Portugal's Algarve. by World Cruising Club Posted 5 Apr 08:12 UTC North Carolina Living Shoreline Projects North Carolina Living Shoreline Projects NOAA and North Carolina Coastal Federation worked together to promote the use of living shorelines A partnership between NOAA and the North Carolina Coastal Federation to build living shorelines has helped restore and protect more than 6,200 feet of shoreline. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 4 Apr 12:08 UTC How Energy Observer is adapting to COVID-19 crisis How Energy Observer is adapting to COVID-19 crisis Doing everything possible to carry out their missions in complete safety Like all Europeans today, Energy Observer does everything possible to ensure that the women and men working within and alongside the project are protected and can carry out their missions in complete safety. by Joséphine Guinard Posted 4 Apr 10:43 UTC B&G® announces new C-MAP chart campaign B&G® announces new C-MAP chart campaign Combine a C-MAP chart with selected chartplotter and save up to £300 B&G®, the world's leading sailing navigation and instrument specialist, announced today the launch of its new campaign which offers consumers up to a £300 discount on selected charplotters when purchased with a C-MAP MAX N+ chart. by Dulcie Allen Posted 3 Apr 15:30 UTC Seventeen World ARC yachts now in Papeete Seventeen World ARC yachts now in Papeete French Polynesia is in strict lock down Seventeen of the World ARC yachts are now in Papeete, all being ones that completed the passage from Galapagos to Tahiti without a stop. Three of those that stopped in Hiva Oa and Nuka Hiva are now on passage to Papeete by World Cruising Club Posted 3 Apr 11:47 UTC Complete series of Jeanneau Underway Complete series of Jeanneau Underway Everyone has their own Jeanneau story to tell Whether your are sailing around the world, racing to Bermuda, or exploring the Pacific Northwest, everyone has their own Jeanneau story to tell. And guess what?! We brought it to you in one place. by Jeanneau America Posted 2 Apr 18:53 UTC
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