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Large Whale Entanglements National Report Large Whale Entanglements National Report A national report on large whale entanglements confirmed in the United States in 2017 A national report on large whale entanglements confirmed in the United States in 2017. Seventy-Six large whale entanglements were confirmed nationally in 2017, slightly above the annual average. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 10 Dec 12:34 UTC Official ARC+ welcome to St Lucia Official ARC+ welcome to St Lucia Perfect venue for the ARC+ Welcome party The Harbor Club Hotel provided the perfect venue for the ARC+ Welcome party here in Rodney Bay, Saint Lucia. The recently opened hotel welcomed participants on the spectacular pool deck overlooking the fleet moored in the IGY Rodney Bay Marina. by World Cruising Club Posted 10 Dec 01:40 UTC Lessons Learnt: When weather turns deadly Lessons Learnt: When weather turns deadly Looking at the first 'Prepare to survive' campaign message Victorian boater Max says he's witnessed weather having fatal consequences. As a child, Max was fishing with his dad off South Werribee in Port Phillip Bay, when his dad spotted a huge storm front coming in from Geelong. by Maritime Safety Victoria Posted 9 Dec 18:24 UTC First ARC+ Saint Vincent arrival First ARC+ Saint Vincent arrival Good things come to those who wait The team ashore at Blue Lagoon Marina in Saint Vincent have been eagerly awaiting the arrival of the first boats sailing the inaugural ARC+ Saint Vincent route since the fleet left Cape Verde on 25 November. by World Cruising Club Posted 9 Dec 01:20 UTC 2018 ARC+ welcome Sundowner 2018 ARC+ welcome Sundowner 250 participants come together at St. Lucia With a beautiful sunset in the background over 250 participants come together to enjoy sundowners at the Boardwalk Bar located overlooking the IGY Rodney Bay Marina. by World Cruising Club Posted 8 Dec 12:39 UTC The Kid take line honours in ARC 2018 The Kid take line honours in ARC 2018 Downwind all the way "Marvellous! Downwind all the way with the spinnaker" said Jean-Pierre 'JP' Dick, the owner and skipper for The Kid, the first boat to arrive in Saint Lucia on the direct ARC route from Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. by World Cruising Club Posted 8 Dec 09:39 UTC Greenland is melting faster than ever Greenland is melting faster than ever Melt 'off the charts' compared with past four centuries Surface melting across Greenland's mile-thick ice sheet began increasing in the mid-19th century and then ramped up dramatically during the 20th and early 21st centuries, showing no signs of abating, according to new research published Dec. 5, 2018 by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Posted 8 Dec 09:35 UTC Friends matter in climate change response Friends matter in climate change response How people's social networks prompt them to take action on climate change A James Cook University scientist is investigating how people's social networks prompt them to take action on climate change – or discourage them from doing so – in an attempt to help communities and government adapt in response to calamitous predictions by Dr Michele Barnes Posted 8 Dec 09:11 UTC Sailboat found stranded on Jersey Shore beach Sailboat found stranded on Jersey Shore beach Sailor abandons boat in Sea Isle City A sailboat found mysteriously stranded on the beach in Sea Isle City over the weekend is being removed by officials from the Jersey Shore town. by Sophie Nieto-Munoz Posted 7 Dec 03:22 UTC Julian Dussek takes helm at Cruising Association Julian Dussek takes helm at Cruising Association The Cruising Association (CA) has a new President At last month's AGM, Judith Grimwade stepped down as President after serving three years, and the CA welcomed Julian Dussek, new Vice Presidents and a new Council member. The CA has also appointed Marie Ross as its new Company Secretary. by Peta Stuart-Hunt Posted 6 Dec 11:08 UTC Known for it Known for it Interesting laws and even more intriguing interpretations of them is pretty much a byword... Interesting laws and even more intriguing interpretations of them is pretty much a byword in those parts. Lord knows they have been labelled an economic basket case... by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-WorldCruising.com Posted 5 Dec 21:00 UTC New technology on board SW105 Satisfaction New technology on board SW105 Satisfaction Videoworks takes entertainment and domotic systems to next level The interior concept by Nauta Design was customised in line with the owner's request for a yacht with house-like ergonomics. The brief included an integrated systemthat catered to his audio-visual and domotic needs on board. by Videoworks press Posted 5 Dec 15:57 UTC St Lucia is calling St Lucia is calling Sunsail's Destination of the Month From St Lucia's strikingly photogenic Pitons to its cascading waterfall trails, our Destination of the Month is bound to leave you inspired. by Sunsail Posted 5 Dec 13:16 UTC How to convert a sailboat to an electric vessel How to convert a sailboat to an electric vessel Clipper is moored on the Brisbane River, and is a classic Alan Buchanan design In January of 2016 we purchased "Clipper". Prior to this we had not sailed or owned a sailboat. In October of this year, 2018, I successful installed an electric motor into my 28ft, 50 year old wooden sailboat. by Fiona and Kevin Horig Posted 5 Dec 06:26 UTC Ocean Cruising Club Port Officers (PO) Snippets Ocean Cruising Club Port Officers (PO) Snippets Short notices of activities sent in by OCC Port Officers (PO) and Port Officer Representatives (POR) John Maddox, past RRC for Australia sent an email reminding everyone that Elise Curry in Coffs Harbour and Howard Keegan in Newcastle do a great job assisting members coming into New South Wales, Australia from the Pacific. by Jenny Crickmore-Thompson Posted 5 Dec 05:22 UTC The Backstreet Bucaneers Rally The Backstreet Bucaneers Rally There was a large contingent of sailors who waited for a better window As the Salty Dawg Rally and NARC participants left (schedules I guess?), there was a large contingent of sailors who waited for a better window. by Ken Smith Posted 4 Dec 16:26 UTC 2018 ARC+: Swanning around 2018 ARC+: Swanning around Two Swan 46's - Rohkea and Gertha 5 - arrive into Rodney Bay, Saint Lucia this morning Chasing across the Atlantic bow to stern, or should it be beak to tail, our two Swan 46's – Rohkea and Gertha 5 - arrived into Rodney Bay, Saint Lucia this morning, just 35 minutes apart after over 2000 nautical miles from Cape Verde! by World Cruising Club Posted 4 Dec 15:33 UTC Vessel intercepted in Revillagigedo Archipelago Vessel intercepted in Revillagigedo Archipelago Operation Treasured Islands - Poacher deterrent On October 31, Sea Shepherd's ship, the M/V Sharpie, detected a suspected fishing vessel 2.5 miles within the limits of the Revillagigedo Archipelago marine reserve in Mexico. by Sea Shepherd Conservation Society Posted 3 Dec 12:55 UTC A bed of roses on the Atlantic Ocean A bed of roses on the Atlantic Ocean 'We could get used to this!' Out on the waves of the Atlantic Ocean, crews on this year's ARC rally are happily munching down the miles towards the Caribbean. Leading the charge, the boats sailing with the ARC+ route have been at sea for just over a week by World Cruising Club Posted 3 Dec 12:15 UTC SV Red Roo: Cruising to Cádiz SV Red Roo: Cruising to Cádiz Back in the water and making great speed with the new antifoul Splash after all our hard work redoing the waterline and new anti-foul we are back in the water and making great speed. Its amazing how quick Red Roo can go when she isn't dragging barnacles and growth along with her! by SV Red Roo Posted 3 Dec 08:53 UTC
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