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  • OCC Lockdown Lecture Svalbard
  • Berthon Lymington Marina
  • Energy Observer leaving Fort-de-France
  • Preparations in Fort-de-France
  • Energy Observer in the Islands of the Saintes in Guadeloupe
  • Cruising Yachts
  • The exodus from paradise has begun
  • Energy Observer - Crossing the Atlantic with renewables and Hydrogen
  • Energy Observer - Crossing the Atlantic with renewables and Hydrogen
  • Variable pitch propellers
  • Solaris 80RS
  • Solaris 80RS
  • Solaris 80RS
  • ilovesailing 2020 calendar competition: Sunrise at Hurst
  • Balance 526 `Vingilote`
  • Bahamas
  • Desperately seeking solutions
  • A late April morning at Hurst Castle, looking towards the Solent
  • Aventura 37 Catamaran
  • Brian and Cath Carran on their S70 at Maritimo's Hope Harbour facility when they took delivery.
  • The Deepwater Horizon well released an estimated 168 million gallons of oil and 45 million gallons of natural gas into the ocean, making it the largest accidental marine oil spill in history.
  • Arrival of Energy Observer in Martinique
  • Energy Observer in Cape Verde (Praia)
  • The crew of Energy Observer on arrival in Martinique
  • Ten Best Parasailors aloft
  • The new NEEL 47 trimaran has been awarded 2020 Multihull of the Year.
  • Anchored and isolated on a sailboat
  • Anchored and isolated on a sailboat
  • Martinique, Trois Islet – sometimes used for hurricane shelter
  • Rodney Bay Lagoon
  • Marin Marina, Martinique
  • The South Coast of Grenada
  • Sea Rover II at anchor off Paso Quesahuen after a day of squalls
  • dramatic sky
  • The brand new Dufour 61
  • The family cruiser/racer fleets will be as popular as ever this year
  • Tai Long Wan: happy boaters practice social distancing in Hong Kong.
  • KMY Pelagic 77
  • KMY Pelagic 77
  • KMY Pelagic 77
  • KMY Pelagic 77
  • KMY Pelagic 77
  • KMY Pelagic 77
  • KMY Pelagic 77
  • KMY Pelagic 77
  • KMY Pelagic 77
  • KMY Pelagic 77
  • KMY Pelagic 77
  • KMY Pelagic 77
  • KMY Pelagic 77
  • Cruisers in the Pacific region
  • So easy a seven-year old can do it! A young 'Assassin' takes the helm of the 42ft Pronavia whilst the rest of crew relax during a cruise
  • Cruising Easy - Sail Handling Tips
  • OCC Founding Member, Colin Mudie
  • Grace Russell and Aisleen Dilks on board the Whale Song vessel, with the Centre for Whale Research, Western Australia.
  • The walk around decks made it easy for the girls to get on and off the boat. Also... a water gun fight.
  • The girls couldn't get enough of the water. Easy access from the swim platform.
  • Back to the simple way of life! A little rock, paper scissors!
  • You can't beat the beautiful waters. We enjoyed swimming at the Dogs. A great snorkeling spot as well.
  • The girls excited as we left Wickman's Cay towards Norman Island.
  • Emilie wanted to take the helm while headed to Leverick Bay.
  • The girls slept the night very peacefully. And even during nap time.
  • Practicing my captain skills with Sailtime in Annapolis onboard the Sun Odyssey 349.
  • We woke up to a rainbow when moored in The Bight.
  • Our last night in Great Habour on Peter Isalnd.
  • Olivia, Myself, and Danielle enjoying our cocktails at the Pirate's Night Kickoff Party.
  • We ventured to the Baths. A great spot to see. Bucket list worthy!
  • Part of our Rendezvous Crew at Leverick Bay.
  • The girls all dressed up and ready for the Pirate Party at Pirate's Bight.
  • We had the Harvey Family   the rest of the Jeanneau Team over for dinner   happy hour. We grilled burgers and hotdogs. Who knew you could fit 14 people in the cockpit of the SO 410?
  • The girls had a blast in each new place we moored.
  • My  crew: Chris, Myself, Caitlin (6), Emilie (4).
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