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How NOAA supports post-storm coral restoration How NOAA supports post-storm coral restoration The future of coral reefs looks bleaker than ever before With rising temperatures comes an increase in mass coral bleaching events, infectious disease outbreaks, and the process known as ocean acidification. by Alyssa Dillon Posted 16 Dec 14:39 UTC Follow Sailing Uma as they travel the world Follow Sailing Uma as they travel the world B&G® pleased to announce their support Selling everything they owned, leaving the rat race behind, follow the journey of a young couple as they navigate the world. by Dulcie Allen Posted 16 Dec 14:00 UTC Troubleshooting Electronics & Electrical Systems Troubleshooting Electronics & Electrical Systems Part II of the "In Preparation for Cruising" series with instructor Jeff Cote Part II of the "In Preparation for Cruising" series with instructor Jeff Cote of Pacific Yacht Systems will cover troubleshooting electrical and electronics systems. by Bluewater Cruising Association Posted 16 Dec 12:22 UTC S/V Nereida sails around the world - Day 72 S/V Nereida sails around the world - Day 72 Jeanne Socrates is attempting to complete a non-stop, solo and unassisted circumnavigation Jeanne Socrates is 76 years of age and is attempting to complete a non-stop, solo and unassisted circumnavigation as the oldest sailor. She left Victoria, British Columbia on October 3, 2018. by Jeanne Socrates Posted 15 Dec 20:56 UTC Visit the pearl of the Andaman Visit the pearl of the Andaman Read Sunsail's Thailand sailing guide See winter differently in Thailand and enjoy 10% off when you book before the 20 December to uncover hidden lagoons, traditional fishing villages and ancient island temples. by Sunsail Posted 15 Dec 17:00 UTC Coral Larvae use sound to find a home on the reef Coral Larvae use sound to find a home on the reef Choosing a place to call home is one of the most consequential choices a coral can make Choosing a place to call home is one of the most consequential choices a coral can make. In the animal's larval stage, it floats freely in the ocean—but once it settles down, it anchors itself permanently to the rocky substrate of a reef by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Posted 15 Dec 11:13 UTC Weymouth RNLI 150th anniversary celebrations Weymouth RNLI 150th anniversary celebrations A host of events to mark the momentous occasion Weymouth RNLI is celebrating 150 years of lifesaving in 2019 with a host of events to mark the momentous occasion. by Ken Francis Posted 15 Dec 10:05 UTC British yacht in distress uses alert for rescue British yacht in distress uses alert for rescue Two people have been rescued after their Personal Locator Beacon alerted HM Coastguard Two people have been rescued after their Personal Locator Beacon alerted HM Coastguard to the fact their yacht was in trouble off the Solomon Islands. by Heather Skull Posted 15 Dec 08:36 UTC Casting Off: Breaking Free on the Home Front Casting Off: Breaking Free on the Home Front Thinking of casting off and heading for exotic anchorages? Thinking of casting off and heading for exotic anchorages? What about everything and everyone that you're leaving behind? by Bluewater Cruising Association Posted 15 Dec 08:07 UTC Perhaps we need to… Perhaps we need to… Looking at Lombok, Indonesia in more detail In 'They'd all been there' a few weeks ago, we looked at how Lombok, Indonesia, was rapidly becoming a bit of an epicentre for cruising activity. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-WorldCruising.com Posted 14 Dec 23:00 UTC Learn about deep sea corals through story maps Learn about deep sea corals through story maps Visit a series of story maps exploring deep-sea coral Most people are surprised to learn that deep-sea corals exist at all, let alone that they live in waters of every region of the United States. Deep-sea corals appear in all kinds of shapes, sizes, colors, and depth ranges. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 14 Dec 17:42 UTC Join Ancasta at the Dusseldorf Boat Show 2019 Join Ancasta at the Dusseldorf Boat Show 2019 The largest indoor boatshow on the planet is now only six weeks away! The largest indoor boatshow on the planet is now only six weeks away and with no London Boat Show this year, our appointment book for Dusseldorf viewings is filling up fast! by Ancasta International Posted 14 Dec 14:00 UTC ARC+ 2018 wraps up in Saint Lucia ARC+ 2018 wraps up in Saint Lucia Crews from ARC+ gathered to mark the end of their Atlantic adventure In Rodney Bay, Saint Lucia last night crews from ARC+ route of the Atlantic Rally for Cruisers gathered on the green of IGY Marina to mark the end of their Atlantic adventure that began in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. by World Cruising Club Posted 14 Dec 06:20 UTC Watch out for whales around Cape Cod Watch out for whales around Cape Cod New voluntary vessel speed restriction zone established around Cape Cod Bay to protect right whales A voluntary vessel speed restriction zone (Dynamic Management Area - DMA) has been established around Cape Cod Bay to protect an aggregation of six right whales sighted in this area. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 13 Dec 17:20 UTC SNSM reveals its bespoke Crewsaver lifejacket SNSM reveals its bespoke Crewsaver lifejacket SOLAS approved custom-made ErgoFit 3D Twin Chamber lifejacket Crewsaver designers worked closely with SNSM in the design and trial phases to develop the SOLAS approved custom-made ErgoFit 3D Twin Chamber lifejacket. Supplied in two colourways – one for operation and one for training purposes. by Mike Shepherd Posted 13 Dec 10:00 UTC Turning climate change to positive action Turning climate change to positive action Climate change must no longer be viewed as a "tragedy of the commons" December marks the 50th anniversary of the paper that popularized the concept of tragedy of the commons: it argued that individuals will always take advantage of a common resource and so degrade it. by coralcoe.org.au Posted 12 Dec 11:26 UTC A Classic ARC crossing A Classic ARC crossing ARC boats arriving into Rodney Bay Wave after wave comes surging onto the Atlantic coast of Saint Lucia, pushed across the ocean by the constant trade winds, each wave steadily following that ahead. by World Cruising Club Posted 12 Dec 09:20 UTC Jeanneau Underway, Life Through Lens, episode 3 Jeanneau Underway, Life Through Lens, episode 3 Look through Tor's amazing camera lens Take one look at Tor Johnson's photographs and it's easy to see how so many of them have ended up on the covers of premier sailing magazines. by Jeanneau America Posted 11 Dec 14:28 UTC 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
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