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RYA and British Marine challenge HMRC's plans RYA and British Marine challenge HMRC's plans Ongoing lack of clarity threatens disastrous ripple effect across pleasure boating sector RYA and British Marine have been working to establish what the future holds for recreational boaters now that the transition period has ended and to clarify what measures the Government intends to put in place for VAT, import duty, RGR and TA. by Emma Cotton Posted 26 Feb 07:32 UTC The CA launches 180-day visa campaign The CA launches 180-day visa campaign To reduce the impact of Brexit on British small boat cruisers The CA has today launched its campaign to reduce the impact of Brexit on British small boat cruisers who have traditionally explored the coasts and inland waterways of Europe in sailing and motor boats. by Peta Stuart-Hunt Posted 25 Feb 17:23 UTC Can we cruise like we did Pre-COVID-19? Can we cruise like we did Pre-COVID-19? Yes, in the Bahamas! As I say goodbye to 2020, I find myself looking at the options for the winter of 2021 with a whole new perspective and experiences to draw upon. by Rod Morris Posted 25 Feb 14:38 UTC ARC Baltic Rally postponed from 2021 to 2022 ARC Baltic Rally postponed from 2021 to 2022 Due to uncertainly around international travel with countries on the route World Cruising Club (WCC) has announced today, that the planned 2021 edition of the ARC Baltic rally will be postponed until the summer of 2022 due to uncertainly around international travel with countries on the route. by World Cruising Club Posted 25 Feb 07:30 UTC Reichel/Pugh-Nauta 153.5 superyacht construction Reichel/Pugh-Nauta 153.5 superyacht construction This versatile sailing yacht has been designed for very experienced owners A look behind the busy scenes at Royal Huisman's shipyard reveals the impressive full-scale mockup for the 46.82m high-performance cruiser sloop Reichel/Pugh-Nauta 153.5, which started construction this month. by Reichel/Pugh Yacht Design Posted 24 Feb 20:34 UTC Jack & Jude: Flying high at George Town Jack & Jude: Flying high at George Town We've notched up plenty of sea miles since our last report Have to be swift. Tomorrow, we're sailing off into the never-never. Goodness knows when we'll have communications again. Next stop the fabulous Furneaux Group of islands in Bass Strait off Tasmania's Northeast tip. by Jack and Jude Posted 24 Feb 20:24 UTC New Pelagic 77 "Vinson of Antarctica" launched New Pelagic 77 "Vinson of Antarctica" launched High latitudes sailing yacht launched at KMY It was anything but a dull Monday morning in Makkum. While most of the villagers were still sleeping, at 06:00 AM the yard of KM Yachtbuilders was already abuzz with activity. by MCM Posted 24 Feb 09:50 UTC Peters & May assists UK yacht owners Peters & May assists UK yacht owners Returning boats from abroad to avoid post-Brexit tax penalties Peters & May is reporting a surge in enquiries from yachtsmen and women seeking advice and assistance about bringing boats back to the UK in time to avoid tax levies following the country's departure from the EU. by Saltwater Stone Posted 23 Feb 16:36 UTC Nauta 100 Morgana arrives in the Mediterranean Nauta 100 Morgana arrives in the Mediterranean The new 100-foot custom sloop by Southern Wind arrives in La Spezia, Italy Morgana, the new 100-foot custom sloop by Southern Wind, has arrived in La Spezia, Italy, after a maiden voyage of more than 7,000 nautical miles from the southern tip of Africa to the Mediterranean. by Nauta Design Posted 23 Feb 09:39 UTC Antal Manual Winches Antal Manual Winches Plain top and self-tailing for cruisers and racers In their product portfolio, Antal have three manual winch ranges: their Standard range, and two self-tailing models, the XT Cruise and XT Race. In this article, we will help you understand the features and benefits of these winches. by Kerri Robson Posted 23 Feb 09:00 UTC A pricey wooden dinghy still sailing today A pricey wooden dinghy still sailing today Swallows and Amazons film prop on BBC1's Antiques Roadshow British sailors enjoying a quiet cup of tea in front of the TV on Sunday evening would have been pleasantly surprised to see their favourite sport grace Antiques Roadshow on BBC1. by Magnus Smith Posted 22 Feb 16:05 UTC The Connected Boat The Connected Boat A common challenge we see when a boater moves to a new or different boat This past summer we were invited onboard a client's boat to perform an Electrical Orientation. She had just purchased a 2007 trawler, was comfortable operating the navigation equipment and tech savvy by Jeff Cote Posted 22 Feb 10:54 UTC The new Jeanneau Yachts 60 The new Jeanneau Yachts 60 All-new phase that iconic line Jeanneau Yachts is embarking on this year It is an all-new phase that iconic line Jeanneau Yachts is embarking on this year with the addition of the new Jeanneau Yachts 60. by Jeanneau Posted 22 Feb 06:55 UTC 11 cool whale, dolphin, and porpoise facts 11 cool whale, dolphin, and porpoise facts These animals are often referred to as "sentinels" of ocean health Marine mammals in the cetacean family include whales, dolphins, and porpoises. These animals are often referred to as "sentinels" of ocean health, providing insight into marine ecosystem dynamics. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 21 Feb 14:35 UTC Antigua and Barbuda extension of stay procedure Antigua and Barbuda extension of stay procedure For the yachting and cruising community Please see the announcement of the extension of stay for the Yachting and Cruising Community from the Antigua and Barbuda Department of Immigration. by Antigua and Barbuda Marine Association Posted 21 Feb 14:27 UTC Antigua and Barbuda open for business Antigua and Barbuda open for business Yachting industry in Antigua and Barbuda continues despite event cancellations The Antigua and Barbuda Marine Association (ABMA) wishes to reassure visiting yachtsmen and women that despite the cancellation of iconic Antigua Sailing Week the yachting industry in Antigua and Barbuda continues to be open for business. by Antigua and Barbuda Marine Association Posted 20 Feb 20:20 UTC Life Afloat: Q&A with Jimmy Cornell Life Afloat: Q&A with Jimmy Cornell A list of questions from students at Kurtzebarri Secondary School Recently I received a list of questions from students at Kurtzebarri Secondary School in Aretxabaleta, in the Basque province of Gipuzkoa. by Jimmy Cornell Posted 20 Feb 20:16 UTC North Atlantic Right Whale Calving Season 2021 North Atlantic Right Whale Calving Season 2021 The North Atlantic right whale population has been declining for the past decade The critically endangered North Atlantic right whale population has been declining for the past decade. With fewer than 400 whales left, researchers closely monitor the southeastern United States for new offspring during the calving season. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 20 Feb 19:35 UTC World ARC: Red Footed Boobies hitch a ride World ARC: Red Footed Boobies hitch a ride For many a visit to the Galapagos archipelago is on their dream bucket list For many a visit to the Galapagos archipelago is on their dream bucket list so those with a lifetime ambition to sail here in their own boat it really is a dream come true when they make landfall on the islands. by World Cruising Club Posted 18 Feb 12:20 UTC Circumnavigation Memories: Venezuela to Panama Circumnavigation Memories: Venezuela to Panama We continue with the adventures of Argonauta I Entering the Caribbean, they crossed their 1997 outbound track from Grenada to Tobago thus completing a circumnavigation. David departed the yacht at St Vincent and they proceeded on to Venezuela. by Hugh & Heather Bacon Posted 17 Feb 18:33 UTC
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