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Bavaria in Administration Bavaria in AdministrationContrary to much of the material running around presently, Bavaria has not filed for BankruptcyContrary to much of the material running around presently, Bavaria Yachts has not filed for Bankruptcy, but rather has placed itself in Administration.by John Curnow Posted 22 Apr 02:46 UTC Jeanneau America wins Best in Show Jeanneau America wins Best in ShowSail America announce winner at Pacific Sail & Power Boat ShowBest in Show winner Jeanneau America, an international power and sailboat manufacturer with a team of world-renowned designers, has an inviting assembly of both their sail and power vessels on display at their welcoming in-water exhibit.by SF on the Bay Posted 21 Apr 20:06 UTC Mervyn Wheatley reunited with Captain Wells Mervyn Wheatley reunited with Captain WellsSingle handed yachtsman who was rescued by the Queen Mary 2Mervyn Wheatley, an experienced yachtsman was reunited with Cunard's Captain Wells, at the Ocean Cruising Club today.by Kirsti Pawlowski Posted 21 Apr 20:03 UTC Cuban Cruising - The South Coast to Manzanillo Cuban Cruising - The South Coast to ManzanilloWe departed peaceful Marea Del Portillo on a fine forecastWe departed peaceful Marea Del Portillo on a fine forecast - in fact it was a little too fine and we motored the 30 nautical miles westward to Cabo Cruz.by SV Crystal Blues Posted 21 Apr 19:41 UTC Five things your marine surveyor wants you to know Five things your marine surveyor wants you to knowHelpful tips just in time for the spring boat-buying seasonFor many people, buying a boat is the second largest purchase they will make in their lifetime, and at the center of this process is your friendly marine surveyor.by BoatUS Posted 21 Apr 13:40 UTC Photographer captures encounter with killer whales Photographer captures encounter with killer whalesOff the San Diego coast this weekendA local marine photographer recorded a close encounter with a pod of killer whales off the San Diego coast this weekend.by Bob Ponting Posted 21 Apr 12:22 UTC USCG, Mass DEP respond to dielectric oil leak USCG, Mass DEP respond to dielectric oil leakCrews from the unified command will be freezing sections of the pipelineThe unified command is overseeing dive crews and freeze operations this weekend as crews work to locate the source of the dielectric fluid leak in the Mystic River near the Alford St. bridge.by U.S. Coast Guard 1st District Northeast Posted 21 Apr 11:29 UTC Coast Guardsman teaches environmental stewardship Coast Guardsman teaches environmental stewardshipLt. Cmdr. Jonathan Schafler talks about the Sea Partners programLt. Cmdr. Jonathan Schafler, of the First Coast Guard District waterways management division, talks about the Sea Partners program which teaches kids about the importance of protecting our oceans from pollution.by Coast Guard First District Northeast Posted 20 Apr 13:49 UTC Massive bleaching changing the Great Barrier Reef Massive bleaching changing the Great Barrier ReefCorals died more readily than expected, and species balance may not recoverThe intense El Niño event that started in 2015 drove global air temperatures to new records, helped by the long trend of human-driven warming. But the air wasn't the only thing affected.by John Timmer Posted 19 Apr 22:49 UTC West Coast's largest celebration of marine sports West Coast's largest celebration of marine sportsPacific Sail and Power Boat Show kicks off todayNew sail and power boats on display include Beneteau Yachts, Catalina, Corsair Catamaran, Cruisers Yachts, Dehler Yachts, Elling Yachts, Hanse Yachts, Jeanneau, Riviera, Tiara Yachts, and more.by SF on the Bay Posted 19 Apr 16:19 UTC Coast Guard Foundation adds six new trustees Coast Guard Foundation adds six new trusteesHelping to provide resources to advance the Foundation's missionThe Coast Guard Foundation Board of Trustees and Directors oversees management of the organization and helps to provide resources to advance the Foundation's mission to support the service of men and women in the United States Coast Guard.by Coast Guard Foundation Posted 19 Apr 12:18 UTC The Cuban capacitor bomb The Cuban capacitor bombA failure would limit our cruising on the Cuban coastSome weeks back I noticed that our reverse osmosis water maker pump was having some difficulty in starting up. As we're dependent on that machine for all our fresh water supply, this wasn't welcome newsby SV Crystal Blues Posted 19 Apr 12:13 UTC Explore Mallorca's rugged West Coast with Sunsail Explore Mallorca's rugged West Coast with SunsailSee the Tramuntana mountains rising above the island of DragoneraSet sail from Sunsail's Palma base to explore Mallorca's beautiful, rugged West Coast. Coax your nimble Sunsail 41 out onto the open ocean and see the Tramuntana mountains rising above the island of Dragonera.by Sunsail Posted 19 Apr 11:30 UTC A 'deadly moustache' A 'deadly moustache'This terrifying venomous fish is armed with switchblades under its eyesStonefish are already pretty badass – they're the most venomous type of fish we know of, and have a number of sharp fin spines on their body that can unsheathe and attack you at a moment's notice.by Jacinta Bowler Posted 19 Apr 05:30 UTC Cuban cruising - Marea Del Portillo Cuban cruising - Marea Del PortilloFrom Santiago De Cuba heading west along the southern coastIt was 80 nautical miles to our next safe harbour, and we managed to motor and sail the distance in a single daylight run, arriving in beautiful Marea Del Portillo just on sunset.by SV Crystal Blues Posted 19 Apr 04:58 UTC What gloves when working with epoxy? What gloves when working with epoxy?Latex is giving ground to Nitrile as the safety glove of choiceLatex (white glove) is giving ground to Nitrile (blue glove) as the safety glove of choice for epoxy work.by West System International Posted 18 Apr 12:00 UTC Humpback whales of the Mariana Islands Humpback whales of the Mariana IslandsAre these whales the key to solving a scientific mystery?Humpback whales migrate thousands of miles each year. They spend the summer fattening up on seasonally-abundant prey at high-latitude feeding grounds and spend the winter mating and calving at low-latitude breeding grounds.by NOAA Fisheries Posted 17 Apr 22:09 UTC Atlantic Ocean circulation at weak point Atlantic Ocean circulation at weak pointNew research led by University College London and Woods Hole Oceanographic InstitutionNew research led by University College London (UCL) and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) provides evidence that a key cog in the global ocean circulation system hasn't been running at peak strength since the mid-1800sby The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Posted 17 Apr 11:50 UTC Classic boat lovingly built from waste Classic boat lovingly built from wasteWooden boat building is a time-honoured processWooden boat building is a time-honoured process. Case in point is Wicked Wench, a 48-foot ketch moored near Scotland Island, which started life in the 1960s - and isn't quite finished yet.by Tim Barlass Posted 17 Apr 08:22 UTC Baby steps to heaven Baby steps to heavenWe assure you we're not superhuman, not in the slightestSome of you may wonder how we do these amazing deeds. We assure you we're not superhuman, not in the slightest. Even though we are septuagenarians, we're still looking for adventures, ready to take on challenges that would frighten many younger than us.by Jack and Jude Posted 16 Apr 16:47 UTC
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