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Life Raft and Life Jacket Servicing Importance Life Raft and Life Jacket Servicing Importance With Ocean Safety's Service Manager David Godfrey We spoke to David Godfrey, the Service Manager at Ocean Safety about the importance of life raft and life jacket servicing. These are items which every yacht owner has on board, but are often not maintained appropriately. by Mark Jardine Posted 24 Apr 13:30 UTC Introducing the Drainman Bilge Pump Introducing the Drainman Bilge Pump Some things are just handy to have! The Unimer Marine Drainman Bilge Pump is, in our opinion at least, one of those ideas! I'm sure we have all spent more time than we would want bailing water from boats in order to help keep it dry and afloat. by Matt Churchward Posted 24 Apr 10:45 UTC Arepas, Sancocho & Cerveza: A Lament for Venezuela Arepas, Sancocho & Cerveza: A Lament for Venezuela Venezuela was once a go-to hurricane hole for cruisers in the Caribbean Heraclitus was right...the stream has changed and so have you. Recent reports from Venezuela would deter the most intrepid from wanting to return here. by Hugh & Heather Bacon Posted 23 Apr 18:31 UTC Blind sailor reaches land in Fukushima Blind sailor reaches land in Fukushima Mitsuhiro Iwamoto called himself "the happiest person on earth" Blind sailor Mitsuhiro Iwamoto called himself "the happiest person on earth" after conquering the Pacific Ocean in a sailboat after nearly two months of sailing nonstop to a harbor here from San Diego. by Hiroyuki Yaginuma Posted 23 Apr 14:12 UTC Very lucky boy Very lucky boy You certainly are when you get to look at a river like this You certainly are when you get to look at a river like this. When you then see the cruisers enjoying some time on the glorious and somewhat expansive Clarence River, well it just sought of makes a whole lot of sense. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-WorldCruising.com Posted 23 Apr 08:00 UTC Costa Rica to Panama Costa Rica to Panama An interesting, challenging, but somewhat disappointing adventure We made it to Panama at 1100h on New Year's Day after quite an eventful New Year's Eve. After leaving Bahia Hermosa, we made our way to Isla Tortuga and had a feast of fresh Ahi tuna with all the fixing for Christmas dinner. by Dennis Giraud Posted 23 Apr 05:58 UTC 80 Seconds with Sir Robin Knox-Johnston episode 2 80 Seconds with Sir Robin Knox-Johnston episode 2 As the 50th anniversary of his Golden Globe victory is reached Sir Robin reflects on the key memorable moments of his sailing career to date in the latest episode of MS Amlin Yacht's “80 Seconds with Sir Robin Knox-Johnston video series. by Chris Jones Posted 22 Apr 15:49 UTC Charity dinner in aid of injured veterans Charity dinner in aid of injured veterans Turn to Starboard knows that sailing has a therapeutic effect The fundraising event, sponsored by TheYachtMarket.com, will take place at the Drapers' Hall in central London on Thursday, June 20. Organisers hope to raise funds towards the charity's work supporting Armed Forces personnel affected by military service. by Mark Hardaker Posted 21 Apr 15:42 UTC Hurry! Limited availability Hurry! Limited availability 20% off The Mediterranean with Sunsail until 24th April The Mediterranean cruising season is officially underway and for just a few days we're offering you 20% off some of the worlds top Mediterranean destinations - time to book the next adventure with your friends and family and explore the world! by Sunsail Posted 20 Apr 20:00 UTC North Sails Weekly Debrief North Sails Weekly Debrief World Champion Interview, 3Di NORDAC, How To, Client Testimonial Rombelli and crew triumph at the Melges 20 Worlds. Hear what they did to overcome a rough patch to turn around and win the championship. by North Sails Posted 20 Apr 11:00 UTC Giant iceberg enters "final phase" of breaking Giant iceberg enters "final phase" of breaking Brunt Ice Shelf break soon A huge iceberg, roughly twice the size of New York City, is set to soon break off from the Brunt Ice Shelf in Antarctica. With two large cracks due to meet within the next few months, a research station has already been relocated by Michael Irving Posted 20 Apr 02:00 UTC Countdown to Palma Countdown to Palma Happy Easter from Ancasta Just nine days until the doors open to the 36th Palma International Boatshow and this years event is set to be bigger than any previous year with over 600 boats on display. by Ancasta International Boat Sales Posted 19 Apr 11:00 UTC Cruising with kids Cruising with kids Our children tell us that trip was the best thing we did as a family Crossing the South Pacific on a small sailboat was never my dream, but I have done it and enjoyed it. My idea was to sail the protected waters of British Columbia's Gulf Islands, like I did as a teenager with my parents by Henk and Lisa Benckhuysen Posted 18 Apr 03:05 UTC May Rendezvous at Poets Cove, Pender Island May Rendezvous at Poets Cove, Pender Island Come for the fun, the food, the camaraderie, and the perfect chance to kick off summer! We'll have the floating dock again this year as our Rendezvous base. There are limited spaces along the dock for boats; the fee is $1/foot/night. If you want to tie to the dock, contact Poet's Cove ASAP to reserve at 250-629-2111. by Toryn Sundstrom / Bluewater Cruising Association Posted 17 Apr 15:23 UTC Simrad launches intuitive easy-to-use chartplotter Simrad launches intuitive easy-to-use chartplotter Designed for simple and straightforward navigation Simrad Yachting – a leader in the design and manufacture of world-class marine navigation, autopilot, radar, communications and fishfinding systems – announced today Simrad® Cruise, the most intuitive chartplotter on the market. by Andrew Golden Posted 17 Apr 15:00 UTC Ocean Safety and the World Cruising Club Ocean Safety and the World Cruising Club Renewing the safety longstanding partnership with iconic ocean rally organisers The UK's leading specialists in the worldwide supply, distribution, service and hire of marine safety equipment, Ocean Safety, has renewed its longstanding partnership with iconic ocean rally organisers World Cruising Club for a further three-year period. by Marina Johnson Posted 17 Apr 15:00 UTC Bluewater Weekend set to inspire offshore sailors Bluewater Weekend set to inspire offshore sailors The two day event is free to attend Rally organisers World Cruising Club, best known for the annual ARC - Atlantic Rally for Cruisers, have joined together once again with leading offshore yacht broker Berthon International, to host a weekend of conversation about bluewater cruising. by World Cruising Club Posted 17 Apr 13:29 UTC First Regatta "Challenge of Cabo Horn", March 2019 First Regatta "Challenge of Cabo Horn", March 2019 Exploration of the fjords, glaciers, pinguineras and castoreiras Last February, I embarked in sail vessel 'Guga Buy' of Eduardo Zanella, which was in Ushuaia, for some exploration of the fjords, glaciers, pinguineras, castoreiras, among others, to acquire background with navigation in high latitudes. by Silvio Ramos Posted 16 Apr 01:01 UTC Completing the Circle: World ARC 2018-19 concludes Completing the Circle: World ARC 2018-19 concludes A special day of celebrations for round the world sailors Round-the-world rally World ARC 2018-19 officially came to an end on Saturday 13th April with a special day of celebrations to mark the conclusion of this unique sailing journey. by World Cruising Club Posted 15 Apr 15:51 UTC A group of circumnavigators celebrate in St Lucia A group of circumnavigators celebrate in St Lucia A group of circumnavigators celebrate in St Lucia The final prizegiving and formal celebration of circumnavigation for the World ARC 2018-19 fleet was hosted at the beautiful Royal St. Lucia hotel on Saturday night. by World Cruising Club Posted 15 Apr 05:39 UTC
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