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Baby boy born mid-flight on Coastguard helicopter Baby boy born mid-flight on Coastguard helicopterNewquay Coastguard helicopter turns airborne maternity unitOur Newquay Coastguard helicopter turned airborne maternity unit on Saturday night when a baby boy was born whilst the helicopter was in flight, 1400ft over Penzance, Cornwall.by Joanne Groenenberg Posted 20 Aug 05:08 UTC Melt-rate of West Antarctic Ice Sheet Melt-rate of West Antarctic Ice SheetMelting of ice shelves is far more variable than previously thoughtScientists studying seawater temperatures in the Amundsen Sea – part of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet (WAIS) – found a cycle of warming and cooling in the ocean over the 16 years of their observations.by British Antarctic Survey Posted 19 Aug 09:21 UTC Sailing on Italia Yachts' 12.98 Sailing on Italia Yachts' 12.98Take a trip on Sydney Harbour aboard the magnificent and fun Italia Yachts 12.98Italia Yachts don't build many boats, but the ones they do are utterly gorgeous. Take a trip on Sydney Harbour aboard the magnificent and fun Italia Yachts 12.98....by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-WorldCruising.com Posted 19 Aug 02:28 UTC Seawater helps scientists study harbor porpoise Seawater helps scientists study harbor porpoiseScientists hope genetic approaches can help them determine the number of harbor porpoise populationsHarbor porpoises are one of the smallest marine mammals in the world. They are also difficult to study because they are highly mobile and don't spend a lot of time at the surface of the water.by NOAA Fisheries Posted 18 Aug 15:42 UTC North Sails Weekly Debrief North Sails Weekly DebriefCruisers Wanted!, J/70 Worlds Toolkit, #FlashbackFridayGet on board with 3Di NORDAC, the award winning product that has been called a game-changer for the cruising community.by North Sails Posted 18 Aug 11:00 UTC Plastic Cleanup Project in Pacific Garbage Patch Plastic Cleanup Project in Pacific Garbage PatchMaersk deploys the AHTS Maersk LauncherOffshore vessel operator Maersk Supply Service has agreed to deploy the AHTS Maersk Launcher in support of the deployment of The Ocean Cleanup trash removal system, which aims to remove plastic debris from the waters of the North Pacific.by MarEx Posted 18 Aug 09:06 UTC Researcher helps develop new tool to explore ocean Researcher helps develop new tool to explore oceanTesting Planned for August Cruise on NOAA Ship Henry B. BigelowA fisheries biologist and acoustics researcher at the NEFSC laboratory in Woods Hole, Mass., Jech is using his skills and expertise on a joint project with the neighboring WHOI and a new instrument platform called Deep-See. NEFSC is the project partner.by NOAA Fisheries Posted 17 Aug 13:21 UTC Spain: Surprise! Surprise! Spain: Surprise! Surprise!Biscay. Well, that's done and we won't be doing it againGijon is a quite lovely town. It has a wonderful strand and amazing enclosed balconys. Some really interesting architecture. It's so clean and well maintained. There are bins everywhere in Spain.by SV Taipan Posted 17 Aug 12:30 UTC Two rescued after yacht collides with cargo ship Two rescued after yacht collides with cargo shipIn the English Channel off Dungeness, KentTwo yachtsmen had to be rescued early Wednesday morning after their vessel collided with a cargo ship in the English Channel off Dungeness, Kent.by Mike Schuler Posted 17 Aug 07:47 UTC Sailing through history on Long Island Sound Sailing through history on Long Island SoundWe've decided to slow things down this time and perhaps even smell the rosesAfter rushing our cruise through Long Island Sound last year, we've decided to slow things down this time and perhaps even smell the roses.by SV Crystal Blues Posted 17 Aug 07:41 UTC How does science help to manage Great Barrier Reef How does science help to manage Great Barrier ReefTalking science with Dr David Wachenfeld and Dr Britta SchaffelkeAs part of National Science Week, check out Chief Scientist Dr David Wachenfeld and Dr Britta Schaffelke from the Australian Institute of Marine Science discussing Reef monitoring and using data for management.by GBRMPA Posted 16 Aug 22:18 UTC OCC Map shows vessel position via satellite feed OCC Map shows vessel position via satellite feedMember's vessels may be tracked when out of range of shore AIS stationsThere has been an exciting new development on the OCC Fleet Map. We are trying out satellite feeds over next month so now we can track our member's boats when they are out of range of an AIS land stationby Simon Currin Posted 16 Aug 17:23 UTC Southern Resident Killer Whales J50 & J35: Updates Southern Resident Killer Whales J50 & J35: UpdatesJ50 appears lethargic at times with periods of activityBiologists are mobilized and responding to an emaciated and ailing three year-old killer whale (born December 2014), J50 also known as Scarlet, of the critically endangered Southern Resident population.by NOAA Fisheries Posted 16 Aug 10:04 UTC ARC Channel Islands: St Peter Port to St Helier ARC Channel Islands: St Peter Port to St HelierAn array of different coloured downwind sails depart from JerseyAfter a Skippers' Briefing on Monday evening rally crews were all ready for their crossing to Jersey yesterday morning. With Westerly winds forecast, an array of different coloured downwind sails started to be prepared ready for the leg ahead.by World Cruising Club Posted 16 Aug 07:05 UTC Restorin habitats damaged by oil and waste Restorin habitats damaged by oil and wasteNOAA announces latest partnership with Ducks UnlimitedMulti-year partnership with Ducks Unlimited has an initial funding amount of $1.8 million to help restore habitats in Texas damaged from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.by NOAA Fisheries Posted 16 Aug 05:59 UTC ARC Channel Islands: Exploring Guernsey ARC Channel Islands: Exploring GuernseyExploring the delights of GuernseyThe programme in Guernsey started sedately with a free day for the participants to explore at their own pace. This was welcomed after an early start the previous morning.by World Cruising Club Posted 16 Aug 04:33 UTC The food coma The food comaAfter gorging oneself at The Smörgåsbord, you end up nearly delirious.After gorging oneself at The Smörgåsbord, you end up nearly delirious. It's called the food coma, and often involves a wee nap directly after the meal. It can be one of the most blissful set of moments you can gather into the one space at the same time.by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-WorldCruising.com Posted 15 Aug 22:00 UTC Cobalt waters, party islands & stunning waterfalls Cobalt waters, party islands & stunning waterfallsSet out from Marina Agana and discover Croatia with SunsailIf you think Croatia is all about crystalline warm waters, lush pine forests and towering medieval fortresses, you haven't even scratched the surface.by Sunsail Posted 15 Aug 19:52 UTC The Optimal Off-Shore Cruising Configuration? The Optimal Off-Shore Cruising Configuration?Headsail choices and designThe sail improved the boat's performance in a breeze (note the bow wave) and dramatically reduced heel, making life much more comfortable. Tacking was an easy manoeuvre, because the sail did not overlap the mast.by Charles 'Butch' Ulmer Posted 15 Aug 11:00 UTC US QUALSHIP21 recognised UKSR port control record US QUALSHIP21 recognised UKSR port control recordUK Ship Register has qualified for one of the world's top standardsThe UK Ship Register has qualified for one of the world's top standards because fewer than one per cent of it flagged ships being detained in United States of America ports.by Liz Challand Posted 15 Aug 09:34 UTC
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