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Make your yachting dreams a reality Make your yachting dreams a reality By joining Sunsail Ownership or The Moorings Yacht Ownership Programme With new fleet options and over 20 destinations to choose from, make your yachting dreams a reality at the Southampton International Boat Show by joining Sunsail Ownership or The Moorings Yacht Ownership Programme. by Liberty Ash Posted 18 Aug 18:45 UTC Trained team freed an entangled humpback whale Trained team freed an entangled humpback whale Removing ropes that had hog-tied the whale between its mouth and tail The entangled whale was first reported just before noon Thursday, August 8, by Todd's Extreme Fishing. He stayed with the whale to monitor its location until the Makah Tribe and U.S. Coast Guard arrived to take over the watch. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 17 Aug 14:13 UTC The BBC REEL spotlights Peter Café Sport in Horta The BBC REEL spotlights Peter Café Sport in Horta A delightful interview with OCC Honorary Member José Henrique Azevedo "The post office 930 miles from the mainland" features a delightful interview with OCC Honorary Member José Henrique Azevedo, PO for Horta since 2007. by Daria Blackwell Posted 17 Aug 10:37 UTC First autonomous circumnavigation of Antarctica First autonomous circumnavigation of Antarctica Saildrone survives freezing temperatures, 15m waves, 130km/h winds A seven-meter (23-foot) long, wind-powered unmanned surface vehicle (USV) called a saildrone has become the first unmanned system to circumnavigate Antarctica. by Saildrone Posted 17 Aug 08:37 UTC Get your MS Amlin Seamanship Award nomination in Get your MS Amlin Seamanship Award nomination in Entry closes at midnight on Tuesday 20th August Your chance to enter the MS Amlin Seamanship Award 2019 closes at midnight on Tuesday 20th August. by Chris Jones Posted 16 Aug 19:34 UTC A new coral nursery by NOAA A new coral nursery by NOAA The nursery could help restore damaged reefs using fully formed coral colonies When a ship grounds on coral reef, the accident can severely damage the reef and scatter countless small coral fragments onto the seafloor. But these pieces of coral aren't yet dead—they can gain new life if placed into a coral nursery. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 16 Aug 11:41 UTC Fountaine Pajot's new 45 sailing catamaran Fountaine Pajot's new 45 sailing catamaran Being prepared for her official launch at the Cannes Yachting Festival next month The latest sailing catamaran from the Fountaine Pajot shipyard, the new 45, is being prepared for her official launch at the Cannes Yachting Festival next month. by Multihull Solutions Posted 16 Aug 06:01 UTC Trinity House RYA Yachtmaster Scholarship Trinity House RYA Yachtmaster Scholarship £30,000 scholarship fund already having an impact One year on, the scholarship has seen grants awarded to eight deserving individuals, aiding career progression through opportunities for further training. by Becky Gilbert-Wood Posted 15 Aug 13:00 UTC US, Canadian officials coordinate for right whales US, Canadian officials coordinate for right whales Conservation and management efforts for endangered North Atlantic right whales Last week, I met with officials from Canada's Department of Fisheries and Oceans and Transport Canada to continue our bilateral discussions on the conservation and management of the highly endangered North Atlantic right whale. by Chris Oliver, NOAA Fisheries Posted 15 Aug 10:59 UTC Docktails & maritime history for ARC Baltic fleet Docktails & maritime history for ARC Baltic fleet Text stopover for the ARC Baltic itinerary was Mariehamn After three nights in the Finnish archipelago the next stopover for the ARC Baltic itinerary was Mariehamn, Åland hosted by the ÅSS Marina. by World Cruising Club Posted 14 Aug 19:59 UTC Coast Guard Foundation to host Tribute in Hawaii Coast Guard Foundation to host Tribute in Hawaii Event to honor Mission Excellence in the Pacific Coast Guard Foundation, a non-profit organization committed to the education and welfare of all Coast Guard members and their families, announced today it will host the 17th Annual Tribute to the Coast Guard's Fourteenth District. by Rus Graham Posted 14 Aug 16:51 UTC Introducing great new Musto & Helly Hansen offers Introducing great new Musto & Helly Hansen offers Exclusively for RYA members The RYA is delighted to welcome back Musto as a Member Reward Partner, as well as introducing new partner, Helly Hansen, both offering exclusive discounts to RYA members. by Emma Slater Posted 13 Aug 15:30 UTC Borrow A Boat headline sponsor Borrow A Boat headline sponsor For the Southampton International Boat Show 2019 The UK's leading and fastest growing boat charter platform Borrow A Boat will be the lead sponsor at this September's Southampton International Boat Show - the UK's largest boat show. by Borrow A Boat Posted 13 Aug 15:00 UTC OCC Challenge now accepting applications OCC Challenge now accepting applications A Challenge Grant to encourage ambitious expeditions for environmental conservation The Ocean Cruising Club (OCC) has established a Challenge Grant to encourage ambitious expeditions for environmental conservation or challenging oceangoing adventures and is now accepting applications for the 2020 season! by Daria Blackwell Posted 13 Aug 01:34 UTC Monitoring Coral Reef Ecosystems Monitoring Coral Reef Ecosystems Throughout the Hawaiian Archipelago The Pacific Island Fisheries Science Center has been surveying coral reef ecosystems in the Pacific since the early 2000s. We collect data to assess how coral reefs vary over space and time. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 12 Aug 15:09 UTC Freedom and Adventure head South to Musket Cove Freedom and Adventure head South to Musket Cove Back to the Blue Lagoon to catch up with some friends We came back into the Blue Lagoon on 24th July to catch up with some friends. There is always a good number of cruising boats in Blue Lagoon because it has good protection from the wind and the flat sea guarantees a good night's sleep. by Andrew and Clare Payne Posted 12 Aug 11:25 UTC Tracking a manta ray named Leo Tracking a manta ray named Leo Scientists use a satellite tag to track Leo's movements This summer, NOAA Fisheries and the Marine Megafauna Foundation collaborated on manta ray satellite-tagging expeditions in Southeast Florida. These satellite tags will continuously record location, depth, and temperature. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 11 Aug 14:27 UTC Win a Sailing Holiday in Grenada Win a Sailing Holiday in Grenada Enter Sunsail's Cowes Week Competition today From the world's first underwater sculpture park, to nutmeg-infused sandy beaches and historic cocoa plantations, the "Spice Isle" is a Caribbean gem just waiting to be explored. by Sunsail Posted 11 Aug 14:00 UTC An early notification from fisherman saved a life An early notification from fisherman saved a life NOAA Fisheries received information that was vital to finding a hooked Hawaiian monk seal Early on Saturday, July 27th, the Hawaii Marine Animal Rescue received a call about a hooked monk seal. A fisherman was reeling in his line when he realized there was an endangered Hawaiian monk seal at the end of it. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 10 Aug 18:57 UTC Make 2019 count! Travel Make 2019 count! Travel One thing us sailors love is to travel So one thing us sailors love is to travel - open meetings, regattas, even the club we belong to might not be on our doorstep. How can we continue to enjoy our sport but make our participation more sustainable at the same time? by Gael Pawson Posted 10 Aug 15:30 UTC
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