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The definition of Safety Gear
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-WorldCruising.com
Of course everyone has it, and everyone hopes they never have to use it Of course everyone has it, and equally, everyone hopes they never have to use it. However, when it all goes South on you, it's really good to know it is all there, and in working order...
Posted on 8 Jul
Make 2019 count! Food and drink
by Gael Pawson
How sailors who love the sea can think about what they eat and drink There are a number of ways we can make our food and drink choices more sustainable. We are going to concentrate on two main strands here. First packaging and simple ways to slim down our plastic use and second the actual food we choose to consume.
Posted on 5 Jul
Never Say Die!
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-WorldCruising.com
Jeanne Socrates - already incredibly inspirational She's already incredibly inspirational, however she is probably best described as the human embodiment of perseverance, resilience, and dogged determination.
Posted on 19 Jun
Make 2019 count! Reusable rather than disposable
by Gael Pawson
What do Olympic gold medallist sailors use? If we all changed as many of the disposable items we use to reusable alternatives we'd make a huge impact on our sustainability. It's not just the products themselves, but the chemicals. It doesn't have to be all or nothing.
Posted on 12 Jun
Learn from the best
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-WorldCruising.com
She certainly knows a lot about the ecstasy of it all, and certainly the agony Even if that means having to take in some of the worst. Yes, she certainly knows a lot about the ecstasy of it all, and certainly the agony that goes with it. She has been a really good pal to us all here at Sail-World over the years.
Posted on 7 Jun
Not the only one
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-WorldCruising.com
It would be wonderful to be able to do all the miles you have in your mind It would be wonderful to be able to do all the miles you have in your mind. Alas, especially at the moment, it is just not going to happen.
Posted on 16 May
Heading towards the top
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-WorldCruising.com
A little while back we got to meet solo sailor Andrew Bedwell A little while back in "Still here, promise" we got to meet Andrew Bedwell. He captured our imagination for a couple of reasons. He had already sailed up to Iceland, and he was doing it all because his young daughter was inspiring him.
Posted on 10 May
Just two to go
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-WorldCruising.com
Two of the world's great capes to go, then a wee jaunt back up the Pacific Just two of the world's great capes to go, then there's a wee ‘jaunt' back up the Pacific, and she's done. So that ‘she' can only be the almost indescribable gem that is Jeanne Socrates, and it all seemed fitting that I spoke with her on Anzac Day
Posted on 1 May
Make 2019 count! Leaner, greener washbags
by Gael Pawson
More space in your sailing kit bag, and less environmental impact When it comes to our own cleaning products, there are a lot of simple switches that can dramatically reduce our plastic use, waste and environmental impact. They also can free up space in your kitbag by dramatically reducing what you need.
Posted on 29 Apr
Life Raft and Life Jacket Servicing Importance
by Mark Jardine
With Ocean Safety's Service Manager David Godfrey We spoke to David Godfrey, the Service Manager at Ocean Safety about the importance of life raft and life jacket servicing. These are items which every yacht owner has on board, but are often not maintained appropriately.
Posted on 24 Apr
Very lucky boy
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-WorldCruising.com
You certainly are when you get to look at a river like this You certainly are when you get to look at a river like this. When you then see the cruisers enjoying some time on the glorious and somewhat expansive Clarence River, well it just sought of makes a whole lot of sense.
Posted on 23 Apr
Different strokes…
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-WorldCruising.com
Was a time when you started sailing when young, and kept on doing Was a time when sailing was something you started at when young, and kept on doing all the way through. Now the ways it all happened changed as the circumstances of your life unfolded....
Posted on 10 Apr
Make 2019 count! Kinder cleaning
by Gael Pawson
Gael Pawson's thoughts on how sailors can be kinder to the environment Cleaning products can account for more waste than we might think and there are plenty of alternatives that can make a significant difference to your impact on the world. Here are a few ways to cut our negative impact on the environment.
Posted on 5 Apr
Just love it
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-WorldCruising.com
The best things about this gig are the learnings, the intel from all that is going on Categorically, the best things about this gig are the learnings, the intel from all that is going on, and the desire for people to share some terrific information.
Posted on 29 Mar
Still here. Promise.
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-WorldCruising.com
It's been a while. Sorry. It doesn't mean that we've had nothing to say. It's been a while. Sorry about that. It doesn't mean that we've had nothing to say. On the contrary actually, we have posting stories galore onto both the Northern and Southern Hemisphere websites.
Posted on 21 Mar
Attention to detail: The Allspars Story
by Mark Jardine
We interview company founder Andy Postle We recently spoke to Andy Postle, the founder and co-owner of Allspars in Plymouth, about his own sailing, how he started out in the marine industry, starting Allspars and how the company has expanded since then.
Posted on 2 Mar
Make 2019 count! Buy less; buy smarter
by Gael Pawson
Gael Pawson's thoughts on how sailors can reduce plastic waste The first step in minimising our impact on the planet is to reduce our consumption. Even if what we buy is fully recyclable, energy needs to be used to reuse it, and so one of the biggest differences we can make is simply to buy less.
Posted on 2 Mar
Think global. Act local.
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-WorldCruising.com
We were on a subject that does seem to be widely appreciated In last week's editorial, ‘The reality, and some good solutions', we were on a subject that does seem to be widely appreciated. Firstly, that is really, really good news.
Posted on 21 Feb
The reality, and some good solutions
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-WorldCruising.com
Readers will know we are more than onto the scourge that is plastic If you read these pages, even irregularly, then you'll know we are more than onto the scourge that is plastic. Our good friend from the Ocean Cruising Club, Daria Blackwell, is more than aware of this.
Posted on 13 Feb
It just got really personal…
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-WorldCruising.com
Alas, please do not fear. There will be no dust up about to commence here. Alas, please do not fear. There will be no dust up about to commence here. What I am referring to goes back to the editorial, Steady On.
Posted on 5 Feb
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