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A swell send-off for ARC+ A swell send-off for ARC+ ARC+ 2019 departs Gran Canaria It was a challenging start to leg one of ARC+ 2019 today from Las Palmas de Gran Canaria as a large north easterly swell gave the boats a rolling send off. In total 90 of the 95 strong fleet took the start for the 865nm passage to Mindelo in Cape Verde by World Cruising Club Posted 11 Nov 10:15 UTC 7 tips to keep you safe on the water this winter 7 tips to keep you safe on the water this winter With colder air and water temperatures it's crucial to be prepared Regardless of the region in which you live, the winter season brings added tips to help you stay safe on the water. With colder air and water temperatures, it's crucial to be prepared for anything if you happen to be heading out on the water by LT Katie Braynard Posted 10 Nov 14:33 UTC Whoopi Goldberg announced as Maiden Factor Voice Whoopi Goldberg announced as Maiden Factor Voice To help change the lives of girls who are not in education Supporting The Maiden Factor project the Voices will be a group of influential and inspiring women - and men - from around the world; coming together with the common goal of generating awareness of the importance of girls' education. by Libby Mudditt Posted 10 Nov 13:27 UTC Where in the world is Hilma? Where in the world is Hilma? Olausson & Lindeberg's journey onboard Jeanneau 45 For Oskar Olausson and Lisa Lindeberg, what started as just an idea of buying a boat and sailing around the world soon turned into a reality after purchasing a secondhand Jeanneau 45 they found sitting in a yard in Italy. by Jeanneau America Posted 9 Nov 18:12 UTC 2019 Aerial Surveys of Arctic Marine Mammals 2019 Aerial Surveys of Arctic Marine Mammals Aerial surveys for whales offer a vastly different view compared to boat-based surveys Aerial surveys for whales offer a vastly different view compared to boat-based surveys. The aerial view allows us to see both left and right sides of a whale's body and sometimes even parts of the body below the water's surface. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 9 Nov 12:34 UTC Best for Practice marine domestic water facilities Best for Practice marine domestic water facilities Industry specialist consulting group issues inland and coastal guidance Industry Specialist Consulting Group (ISCG) has released new Industry Best Practice for the marine industry, both inland and coastal, on the safe operation of water facilities in marinas, boatyards, sailing centres, canals and other inland waterways. by Loretta Spridgeon, RYA Posted 9 Nov 12:00 UTC World ARC 2019-20 Leg 14 - Reunion to Richards Bay World ARC 2019-20 Leg 14 - Reunion to Richards Bay The last event on the programme for the stopover in Reunion Yesterday the Skipper Briefing at Dodo Restaurant was the last event on the programme for the stopover in Reunion. by World Cruising Club Posted 9 Nov 04:55 UTC Workshop on diesel engine by Ben Gartside Workshop on diesel engine by Ben Gartside Learn to treat your engine well Ben Gartside, a lifetime mechanical technician and President of Gartside Marine Engines, is offering a two-day workshop on diesel engine maintenance and servicing. by Bluewater Cruising Association Posted 8 Nov 19:59 UTC What happens when a right whale dies What happens when a right whale dies The right whale known as "Snake Eyes" likely died from entanglement in Canadian fishing gear When a right whale dies and we find it in U.S. waters, we work with stranding network partners to do a necropsy so that we can find out more about the whale and what caused its death. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 8 Nov 15:46 UTC Get on the Water with Borrow a Boat Get on the Water with Borrow a Boat We caught up with Matt Ovenden about their plans to make getting out on the water accessible to all We caught up with Matt Ovenden, founder of BorrowaBoat.com, recent sponsors of Southampton Boat Show and industry innovators, about their plans to make getting out on the water accessible to all. by Mark Jardine Posted 7 Nov 12:00 UTC VIP experience awaits Ancasta's clients VIP experience awaits Ancasta's clients At boot Düsseldorf International Boat Show 2020 Explore a selection of new and award-winning boats in Düsseldorf with Ancasta. by Zella Compton Posted 7 Nov 11:10 UTC Coral study prompts rethink of scientific theory Coral study prompts rethink of scientific theory World-first study is challenging long-held assumptions about role of sunlight in coral biodiversity The research questions a classic theory that predicts coral biodiversity is highest in the shallowest waters where more energy is available in the form of sunlight. by Melissa Lyne Posted 6 Nov 19:54 UTC The CA launches The osCA The CA launches The osCA The CA also confirms that Mark Jardine will be judging the 2019 entries Last month the Cruising Association (CA) announced the launch of a new video log (vlog) category in its annual Log competition for CA members and the CA is delighted to unveil the accompanying Trophy - The osCA. by Peta Stuart-Hunt Posted 6 Nov 16:14 UTC Clear goals but murky path to sustainability Clear goals but murky path to sustainability International sustainability policies set clear goals for protecting ecosystems As biodiversity loss continues at an alarming rate across the globe a new study identifies what is needed to tackle the root causes of the problems. by Melissa Lyne Posted 6 Nov 12:35 UTC Cruising the Seychelles Cruising the Seychelles The crew of Starry Horizons have done it again After a full and detailed report of their time in the Maldives last month, the crew of Starry Horizons have done it again with an extremely useful report about their time in Seychelles - according to them the highlight of the Indian Ocean so far. by Noonsite Posted 3 Nov 15:10 UTC The ARC+ Social Programme begins The ARC+ Social Programme begins ARC+ Saint Lucia and ARC+ Saint Vincent are now in full swing Excitement is building day by day on the pontoons at Las Palmas Marina as preparations for ARC+ Saint Lucia and ARC+ Saint Vincent are now in full swing. by World Cruising Club Posted 3 Nov 06:20 UTC CA Open Weekend: Speakers, marine brands announced CA Open Weekend: Speakers, marine brands announced Free to attend day time events A number of high-profile marine brands have already signed up to exhibit during the two-day event and the author, journalist and broadcaster Tom Cunliffe is confirmed as guest speaker for the Saturday evening. by Peta Stuart-Hunt Posted 2 Nov 15:47 UTC World ARC 2019-20 in Le Caudan Marina, Reunion World ARC 2019-20 in Le Caudan Marina, Reunion Participants enjoy a tour to the volcano On the 30th of October EQ2 was the 1st World ARC yacht to arrive at Le Port in Reunion, berthing just in front of Spirit of Catherine who had been docked here for almost a year and will be joining the World ARC 2019-20 fleet from Reunion onwards. by World Cruising Club Posted 2 Nov 06:50 UTC Red Sky's new dawn Red Sky's new dawn Restoring a stunning Swan As hull No. 1, Red Sky was the Swan 100's dawn. Back in 2003, when this cardinal-red hull was launched, it was designer German Frers' and Finnish master builder Nautor AB's singular goal to set the bar for creature comforts and speed in a semi-production by Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding Posted 1 Nov 12:17 UTC The ARC buzz returns to Las Palmas! The ARC buzz returns to Las Palmas! Participants of the sixth ARC+ St. Lucia met with a warm welcome Thursday saw the opening of the ARC+ Office in Las Palmas where the participants of the sixth ARC+ St. Lucia were met with a warm welcome by the highly experienced and knowledgeable 'yellow shirt' team on this year's rally. by World Cruising Club Posted 1 Nov 07:34 UTC
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