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Jack & Jude: Reflections Jack & Jude: Reflections An attack waiting behind thick Congo jungle In many ways living through this pandemic is similar to a life-threatening event Jack and Jude survived when just newly wedded kids looking for a place to live our lives. by Jack and Jude Posted 31 May 20:43 UTC Pandemic in Paradise - Part 1 & 2 Pandemic in Paradise - Part 1 & 2 What could we do to assist stranded cruisers? As reports of Covid-19 outbreaks began to circulate, the OCC was monitoring the situation in the Atlantic, Caribbean, and IndoPacific regions. What could we do to assist stranded cruisers? by Daria Blackwell / OCC Posted 31 May 20:13 UTC A win for both lobstermen and endangered whales A win for both lobstermen and endangered whales Fishing with less gear and a shorter season could make the U.S. lobster fishery more profitable A new study by researchers at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) found that New England's historic lobster fishery may turn a higher profit by operating with less gear in the water and a shorter season. by The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Posted 31 May 17:22 UTC RYA encourages boaters to share training memories RYA encourages boaters to share training memories Share your story for the chance to win a special commemorative glass This year marks the 50th anniversary of the RYA's world-leading training schemes. And to celebrate the exciting milestone, the RYA is encouraging anyone that's ever taken a course, or been impacted by RYA training in any way to share their stories. by Becky Gilbert-Wood Posted 31 May 09:46 UTC NMM celebrates third annual World Oceans Day NMM celebrates third annual World Oceans Day Discover the secrets of our oceans with craft and science sessions The National Maritime Museum (NMM) will hold a day-long festival of activities to mark World Oceans Day for the third consecutive year on 8 June 2020. by Royal Museums Greenwich Posted 31 May 09:15 UTC Noonsite guiding cruisers through Covid-19 Noonsite guiding cruisers through Covid-19 Pacific Ocean Lockdown: What are the options? To help with your passage planning as countries start to relax their restrictions and transiting home becomes a possibility, we have put together three documents for the world's largest oceans that are continually updated with information as we know it. by Noonsite Posted 31 May 03:25 UTC Newly weaned seal pup needs community help Newly weaned seal pup needs community help NOAA and partners are requesting beach goers and ocean users keep their distance A recently weaned female Hawaiian monk seal pup has been resting along the shoreline and swimming in the waters along O'ahu's Kaiwi Coastline. She has appeared near some busy beach areas and hauled out in areas with a lot of vehicle activity on the beach. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 30 May 15:47 UTC Cruising Greece Cruising Greece It's been an anxious few months With many cruisers wanting to head to Greece this Summer or return to the country and re-commission their boats for the season, it's been an anxious few months. by Noonsite Posted 30 May 09:51 UTC COVID-19: Update on World Cruising Club Rallies COVID-19: Update on World Cruising Club Rallies Rallies should only take place where it is safe to do so for participants, staff and residents Due to the on-going COVID-19 global public health emergency, World Cruising Club are mindful that our rallies should only take place where it is safe to do so for our participants, our staff and the residents of our host nations. by World Cruising Club Posted 30 May 04:46 UTC Maldives: Costs and restrictions eased Maldives: Costs and restrictions eased Charges reduced for yachts less than 15 metres At last what was hoped for, then delayed due to Covid-19, has now been implemented and cruising yachts can enjoy more cost-effective cruising and easier formalities in the Maldives once borders re-open. by Noonsite Posted 30 May 04:38 UTC Crewsaver advises to check safety equipment Crewsaver advises to check safety equipment After easing of coronavirus lockdown rules Crewsaver has advised boaters to ensure they carry out rigorous equipment checks before they put their vessels on the water following an easing of coronavirus lockdown rules. by Seaborne Posted 29 May 16:55 UTC OCC Report from Nicky and Reg Barker OCC Report from Nicky and Reg Barker This report covers the last six months The Gulf Stream is close to the coast and can be crossed quickly once a suitable weather window opens up; the town has good supplies and technical support; and OCC members are welcomed by Diane Tetreault, our fabulous POR for Beaufort and Morehead City. by Nicky & Reg Barker Posted 29 May 13:48 UTC Simrad® GO Series special offer extended Simrad® GO Series special offer extended Offering up to $200 cash back on Simrad® GO XSE or XSR displays Simrad Yachting - a leader in the design and manufacture of world-class marine navigation, autopilot, radar, communications and fishfinding systems - has extended its promotion offering up to $200 cash back on Simrad® GO XSE or XSR displays. by Andrew Golden Posted 29 May 12:28 UTC Welcome To Summer Fridays Welcome To Summer Fridays The inspiration for adventure, pushing the limits and chasing the sun to the horizon Welcome to Summer Fridays. More than just an extra day on the weekend, Summer Fridays are the inspiration for adventure, pushing the limits and chasing the sun to the horizon. by North Sails Posted 29 May 11:00 UTC Researchers probe orca poop for microplastics Researchers probe orca poop for microplastics What are microplastics and why are researchers looking for them in whale feces? You might worry about your toddler chewing on a plastic toy with toxic chemicals. Some orca researchers are beginning to worry about whales ingesting a gut full of microplastics, and what that might mean for their health. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 29 May 10:25 UTC nke - Finding Their True Course nke - Finding Their True Course Upffront.com look at these high quality, precision navigation instruments nke is a specialist marine electronics manufacturer which has built a reputation, over 35 years, for high quality, precision navigation instruments for sailing yachts. Profiling companies like this is part of Upffront.com's raison d'être. by Aleix Escorsell Posted 28 May 16:00 UTC OCC Report from the Fiji OCC Report from the Fiji Kath and Franco return to Caernarfon, North Wales When health gets in the way of cruising plans, cruisers make adjustments, as most cruising plans are written in the sand below the high water mark. Kath & Franco return to Caernarfon, North Wales. by Kath McNulty & Franco Ferrero Posted 28 May 02:12 UTC Trip to Scandinavia while in lockdown Trip to Scandinavia while in lockdown Therapy, while in quarantine, is to enjoy virtual planning These are challenging, dreadful times. Cruising for pleasure seems so insignificant when compared to the personal tragedies in countries that many of us have visited by sail. by Andrew Curtain Posted 27 May 17:27 UTC How to protect your boat for 183 days How to protect your boat for 183 days BoatUS offers help for hurricane season The 2020 hurricane season starts Monday, June 1, and runs through November 30. That is 183 days your boat could find itself in the crosshairs of one of the 16 predicted named storms. by Scott Croft Posted 27 May 14:11 UTC Transiting the Panama Canal Transiting the Panama Canal Two Drifters say goodbye to the Atlantic After three years of sailing in the Caribbean, it was time for s/v Two Drifters to say goodbye to the Atlantic and go in search of new adventures in the Pacific Ocean. by Jenevora Swann Posted 27 May 08:30 UTC
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