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Musto Customers' Choice Musto Customers' Choice Products given rave reviews by Musto's most important critics All of these products were given rave reviews by Musto's most important critics: YOU. by Musto Posted 26 Oct 14:00 UTC Marlow Ropes Bio-based Dyneema® Marlow Ropes Bio-based Dyneema® What is so special about this sustainable material? As part of Marlow's BLUE OCEAN® sustainability mission we introduced Bio-based Dyneema® fibre into our Leisure Marine rope range earlier this year. But what is so special about this sustainable material? by Sian Killean Posted 26 Oct 08:00 UTC Introducing first product made with ocean plastic Introducing first product made with ocean plastic Sunglasses made from pacific garbage patch, with 100% of proceeds funding continuation of cleanup The Ocean Cleanup today presented their plan to go full circle in their mission: creating a product from the plastic they recovered from the ocean to help fund the continued cleanup. by The Ocean Cleanup Posted 25 Oct 21:31 UTC Antifouling paint particles and marine organisms Antifouling paint particles and marine organisms New research shows stricter regulation is needed Recently published research provides clear evidence of the negative effect antifouling paint particles can have on marine organisms that live in or on the seabed. by Plymouth Marine Laboratory Posted 25 Oct 07:15 UTC Turkey to Indonesia via the Red Sea Turkey to Indonesia via the Red Sea 90+ day passage to the next safe haven As we write this, the two person crew of the fifty foot ketch Irene (Peter and Ginger) have been on board constantly (mostly*) for 90 consecutive days, with no end soon in sight. by Peter and Ginger Niemann Posted 25 Oct 07:04 UTC Reef Resilience Network releases restoration guide Reef Resilience Network releases restoration guide Supporting the needs of reef managers seeking to begin restoration The Manager's Guide to Coral Reef Restoration Planning and Design supports the needs of reef managers seeking to begin restoration or assess their current restoration program. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 24 Oct 20:56 UTC A quick dive into a keel project A quick dive into a keel project MarsKeel's support begins with the first email or phone call At MarsKeel Technology we offer our clients all the services needed to manufacture top quality keels. We are far more than a lead foundry, we offer complete project management, design, and engineering assistance. by William Souter, MarsKeel Posted 22 Oct 16:10 UTC Sailing legend makes landfall in Australia Sailing legend makes landfall in Australia Jon Sanders arrived in Bundaberg this morning A global pandemic and some of the worst ocean conditions experienced in decades have not stopped world renowned Australian yachtsman Jon Sanders AO OBE from reaching home soil on his record 11th solo circumnavigation of the world. by Jean Perkins Posted 22 Oct 07:19 UTC TMS Tuesday - Mantagua Navipro LED Nav Lights TMS Tuesday - Mantagua Navipro LED Nav Lights James talks us through the latest additions For TMS Tuesday this week, James talks us through the latest additions to the Mantagua LED Lights range...the Navipro. by Matt Churchward, TMS Posted 20 Oct 20:59 UTC Go even greener with Sunreef Yachts! Go even greener with Sunreef Yachts! The greener way to sail away in luxury The sustainable design movement is gaining momentum and Sunreef Yachts is embracing a greener way to cruise in luxury. by Sunreef Yachts Posted 20 Oct 08:09 UTC 12-month extension on Returned Goods Relief 12-month extension on Returned Goods Relief RYA and British Marine jointly persevere in asking Government to increase this RYA and British Marine jointly persevere in asking Government to increase 1 year Returned Goods Relief extension period and supply further detail for recreational boaters and leisure marine industry as end of transitional period approaches. by Emma Cotton Posted 20 Oct 06:22 UTC No Plastic Waste Voyage update No Plastic Waste Voyage update Jon has sailed 21,366nm (40,000kms) since leaving Fremantle At the time of sending this update Jon is 370 nm east of Bundaberg, Queensland. Jon has sailed 21,366nm (40,000kms) since leaving Fremantle almost one year ago. He is currently on a WSW course making 3.7 knots in moderate conditions. by Stephen Davis Posted 19 Oct 20:16 UTC Cruising Association Brexit VAT briefing Cruising Association Brexit VAT briefing UK boat owners penalised by HMRC over Brexit HMRC has caused controversy amongst the many thousands of British yacht and motorboat owners that keep their boats in EU countries by introducing a penal interpretation into UK tax law requiring them to pay VAT a second time by Peta Stuart-Hunt Posted 19 Oct 06:19 UTC What to do? What to do? There wasn't really a question in it; this person is very industrious To be honest, it is not really a question you have to ask of the subject of today's Editorial. She's a ball of energy with a fantastic work ethic, an enduring smile, and a certain tenacity that reminds you of the claws below a wedge-tailed eagle. by John Curnow. Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 18 Oct 21:00 UTC Oyster 565 4AKOYA launch Oyster 565 4AKOYA launch Hugh Mullens takes ownership at handover ceremony in Ipswich You can't hold back an Oyster. Even with much of the world on pause, nothing could delay the launch of Oyster Yacht's latest build - Oyster 565 AKOYA. by Alice Driscoll Posted 18 Oct 14:41 UTC Saildrones could support US Coast Guard Saildrones could support US Coast Guard A fleet of six were launched from Hawaii to demonstrate Maritime domain awareness (MDA) is the effective understanding of anything associated with the safety and security of the global maritime domain, including illegal fishing, drug enforcement, and limiting intrusion into protected areas. by Saildrone Posted 18 Oct 10:54 UTC Celebrate seafood month in the Pacific Islands Celebrate seafood month in the Pacific Islands Join the conversation about sustainable seafood and share your seafood stories throughout the month In the Pacific Islands region, our connection to seafood is deeply rooted in our diverse island cultures. Seafood continues to be a regular part of our lives, and it will remain an important part of our food-secure future. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 17 Oct 15:12 UTC Epic Arctic mission ends Epic Arctic mission ends The German icebreaker Polarstern returned to its home port The German icebreaker Polarstern returned to its home port Oct. 12, 2020, after being frozen near the top of the world for nearly a year. by The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Posted 17 Oct 12:56 UTC Last chance for East Coast boaters to be heard Last chance for East Coast boaters to be heard On Shallow Draft Waterway Aids to Navigation Survey West and Gulf coast recreational boaters have already spoken. Now the U.S. Coast Guard is asking East Coast boaters, in a short, 5-minute online survey, to weigh in about the Aids to Navigation (ATON) system on shallow draft waterways by Scott Croft Posted 17 Oct 12:52 UTC PredictWind partners with Sofar Ocean PredictWind partners with Sofar Ocean Unique data set from network of Spotter Buoys is now available PredictWind is very pleased to be partnering with Sofar Ocean. Sofar owns and operates the largest real-time ocean intelligence platform powered by hundreds of Spotter Buoys across the Pacific Ocean and beyond. by PredictWind Posted 16 Oct 21:53 UTC
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