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US Coast Guard explains how to be safe US Coast Guard explains how to be safe Over Memorial Day weekend on the water "We want to make sure everyone enjoying the holiday makes it home to their families at the end of the day," said Walt Taylor, the First Coast Guard District's recreational boating safety specialist. by U.S. Coast Guard 1st District Northeast Posted 24 May 18:15 UTC BoatUS releases annual list of Top 10 Boat Names BoatUS releases annual list of Top 10 Boat Names The tradition dates back a quarter century Each year, Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS) tallies the most popular boat names. The tradition dates back a quarter century, with the list derived from adding up requests for boat name designs from BoatUS Boat Graphics. by Scott Croft Posted 24 May 13:19 UTC Hawaiian monk seal rehab and recovery Hawaiian monk seal rehab and recovery NOAA work with partners in an effort to recover the species Hawaiian monk seals are the only seal species found in the Hawaiian Islands. They are also one of the most endangered seals in the world. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 24 May 12:29 UTC Plastic piling up on remote islands Plastic piling up on remote islands Few people, but hundreds of millions of pieces of plastic When a marine biologist from Australia traveled to a remote string of islands in the Indian Ocean to see how much plastic waste had washed up on the beaches, here's just part of what she found: "373,000 toothbrushes and around 975,000 shoes by Christopher Joyce Posted 23 May 23:29 UTC Why sail in Agana? Why sail in Agana? The ideal base to explore 1000+ islands across Croatia Agana is the ideal base to set sail and explore over 1,000 islands across Croatia's glittering archipelago. Enjoy easy, line-of-sight sailing from the bustling marinas of Hvar to the coral-fringed beaches in Brac. by Sunsail Posted 23 May 11:00 UTC S/V Nereida sails around the world day 231 S/V Nereida sails around the world day 231 Almost around the final Great Cape, on Stewart Island, New Zealand Midday Wednesday - Seas have got quite big again - a good 5-6 m and rolling us around a lot now. Sky looking very grey and rain is looking possible. by Jeanne Socrates Posted 23 May 02:55 UTC Taking responsibility for your craft Taking responsibility for your craft Let's distil it all down. If you go to the pure essence, you'll find that unless attitudes change... Let's distil it all down. If you go to the pure essence, you'll find that unless there is marked change in attitude, and if there are more natural disasters in quick succession, then no one will be able to get marine cover. by John Curnow Posted 22 May 20:09 UTC 80 Seconds with Sir Robin Knox-Johnston episode 3 80 Seconds with Sir Robin Knox-Johnston episode 3 Staying safe at sea is always a hot topic Staying safe at sea is always a hot topic and with the boating season under way, now is the perfect time to check your safety equipment. Sir Robin Knox-Johnston shares his thoughts on safety at sea as he chats with Dee Caffari. by Chris Jones Posted 22 May 14:30 UTC Karver Winches now available! Karver Winches now available! Now in stock at Technical Marine Supplies In the last quarter of 2018 we announced a new range upcoming winches from Karver... after waiting patiently we are delighted to say they are NOW IN STOCK! by Matt Churchward Posted 22 May 13:00 UTC Great New BCA Cruising Courses Great New BCA Cruising Courses New courses offered by the Vancouver Island Chapter Ken and I are pleased to have participated in four new courses offered by the Vancouver Island Chapter this year. They all enhanced BCA's already extensive educational opportunities. by Joan & Ken Newman Posted 22 May 11:11 UTC Icom UK Donate VHF Radio to Ramsgate Week Icom UK Donate VHF Radio to Ramsgate Week Club can stay in effective control of racing Icom UK have donated an IC-M330GE compact VHF/DSC marine transceiver to Ramsgate Week Race Control. The new radio has been fitted just in time for this year's event. by Ian Lockyer Posted 22 May 11:00 UTC International Boat Show of Seville International Boat Show of Seville Taking place in less than 35 days The first edition of the International Boat Show of Seville will take place in less than 35 days. by Matteo Bugliari Posted 22 May 10:06 UTC The delights of cruising the English Channel The delights of cruising the English Channel The delights of cruising the English Channel Sailors who don't keep their boats in the ports of the English Channel, for example those on the East Coast of England, may never even have considered the Channel as offering rich cruising grounds by Peta Stuart-Hunt Posted 22 May 09:27 UTC Scottish Open House Weekend 2019 Scottish Open House Weekend 2019 Boats from all directions converged with the Celtic Rally Boats from all directions, as well as members arriving by land, converged with the Celtic Rally at Commodore Simon & Sally Currin's home in Traighuain. by Simon & Sally Currin Posted 22 May 05:18 UTC Atlantic Hurricane Season begins June 1 Atlantic Hurricane Season begins June 1 4 tips to ready your boat When a hurricane approaches, recreational boat owners have a big problem. Faced with limited time to protect their homes, and with families to possibly evacuate, what can they do to prepare their boats? by Scott Croft Posted 21 May 18:20 UTC South Coast Boat Show judged a stunning showcase South Coast Boat Show judged a stunning showcase Over 60 innovative sail and power boats were on display at Ocean Village Marina Organised by a consortium of south coast dealers, Ocean Village Marina was chosen as the location for this new event, with its deep-water, access at all states of the tide, stunning backdrop of the Harbour Hotel and superyachts berthed in the background. by Zella Compton Posted 21 May 17:22 UTC Avoid expensive mistakes with your rigging Avoid expensive mistakes with your rigging Rigit: Rigging specialists for the Solent & beyond Whether you're racing or cruising, the combination of the boat's mast, boom, standing and running rigging together with the deck hardware systems and the sails need to work in an efficient manner to give you the optimum performance and fastest speeds. by RigIt Posted 21 May 11:00 UTC Vijonara wows judges at World Superyacht Awards Vijonara wows judges at World Superyacht Awards A dream come true for Vijonara's owners The 42-metre sailing superyacht wows judges and takes home the 2019 Neptune Award for Best Sailing Yacht by combining a spirit of tradition with outstanding performance features. by MCM press Posted 20 May 18:41 UTC Word ARC 2019-20 update Word ARC 2019-20 update Fleet says 'Nana' (bye bye) French Polynesia Under clear blue skies and above crystal clear waters of the lagoon in Bora Bora, Group 1 of the World ARC 2019-20 yachts crossed the start of Rally Leg 5 today, Sunday 19 May 2019, at 1200hrs. by World Cruising Club Posted 20 May 07:16 UTC Australian debut of 52ft Seawind 1600 at SCIBS Australian debut of 52ft Seawind 1600 at SCIBS Multihull Central unveils the much anticipated catamaran The Seawind 1600 has been designed as a luxury performance cruiser, with an efficient hull design and daggerboards for performance plus lift up blade rudders to reduce draft to an incredible 2'1" when retracted. by Multihull Central Posted 18 May 00:40 UTC
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