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Voyaging revivals of Oceania Voyaging revivals of Oceania How ancient navigation and boat building is useful today Marianne "Mimi" George, Ph.D., is a cultural anthropologist and sailor who supports training youth to apply ancestral voyaging knowledge to current problems, such as youth unemployment, biodiversity loss, and climate change. by Wooden Boat Festival Posted 28 Jan 10:29 UTC ARC January 2022 events begin in Saint Lucia ARC January 2022 events begin in Saint Lucia The ARC Rallies are highly regarded in Saint Lucia The ARC Rallies are highly regarded here in Saint Lucia and no better way to recognise this is by the attendance of local dignitaries at the first event in the ARC January 2022 programme. by World Cruising Club Posted 27 Jan 15:51 UTC Cruising Association hosts Brexit webinar Cruising Association hosts Brexit webinar Now published for public viewing amongst the wider cruising community The Cruising Association hosted a Brexit Webinar for members on Saturday 22 January 2022, which is now published for public viewing amongst the wider cruising community. by The Cruising Association Posted 27 Jan 15:27 UTC The threat from Thwaites The threat from Thwaites The retreat of Antarctica's riskiest glacier Antarctica's Thwaites Glacier is retreating rapidly as a warming ocean slowly erases its ice from below, leading to a faster flow, more fracturing and a threat of collapse, according to an international team of scientists. by British Antarctic Survey Posted 27 Jan 15:18 UTC Ocean Cruising Club announces awards for 2021 Ocean Cruising Club announces awards for 2021 Numerous achievements to recognise in the cruising world Despite another year of pandemic challenges, the OCC Awards Subcommittee has found numerous achievements to recognise in the cruising world. by Daria Blackwell Posted 27 Jan 15:06 UTC First ARC January arrival of 2022 into Saint Lucia First ARC January arrival of 2022 into Saint Lucia Rodney Bay has seen a vast number of ARC participants cross its path over the last 32 years The finish line in Rodney Bay, Saint Lucia, has seen a vast number of ARC participants cross its path over the last 32 years, each completing the voyage of a lifetime, and arriving in the Caribbean knowing that they had achieved something amazing. by World Cruising Club Posted 27 Jan 07:02 UTC Henri-Lloyd support Sea Shepherd Ghostnet Campaign Henri-Lloyd support Sea Shepherd Ghostnet Campaign By turning Black Friday 'Blue' Whilst many retailers were dropping their prices during Black Friday 2021, Henri-Lloyd did the complete opposite and turned Black Friday 'Blue'. by Henri-Lloyd Posted 25 Jan 08:45 UTC Protection measures for North Atlantic right whale Protection measures for North Atlantic right whale A message from NOAA Fisheries Assistant Administrator on a meeting among U.S. and Canadian officials Fisheries' Deputy Assistant Administrator for Regulatory Programs, Sam Rauch, and our Regional Administrator for the Greater Atlantic Regional Fisheries Office, Mike Pentony, joined me for this meeting. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 22 Jan 14:46 UTC ARC January 2023 - Entries open ARC January 2023 - Entries open Due to set sail from Las Palmas de Gran Canaria on 23rd January 2023 Demand from sailors worldwide for spaces on the November 2022 Atlantic Rally for Cruisers routes - ARC+ & ARC 2022 - continues to be exceptional and WCC has now confirmed they will once again offer a 3rd route choice for eager ralliers - ARC January 2023. by World Cruising Club Posted 22 Jan 07:35 UTC Discover the new Excess Model Discover the new Excess Model A pure concentration of the Excess DNA! Attention all sailors! We couldn't wait to announce the news... coming 2022 we will be launching a new Excess model, a pure concentration of the Excess DNA! by Excess Catamarans Posted 22 Jan 07:30 UTC ARC January Yacht Brainstorm abandoned ARC January Yacht Brainstorm abandoned Following rudder damage and water ingress At approximately 2100 UTC on Tuesday 18 January ARC Rally Control was informed by MRCC Ponta Delgada of an alert from ARC January yacht Brainstorm (NED), reporting the yacht's rudder had been damaged and the boat was taking on water. by World Cruising Club Posted 21 Jan 20:43 UTC Herni-Lloyd Organic Fisherman Crew Knit Herni-Lloyd Organic Fisherman Crew Knit A contemporary interpretation of a true classic A contemporary interpretation of a true classic, our New Fisherman Knit is made using 100% organic cotton and features a salt washed look to feel like an old favourite from first wear. by Henri-Lloyd Posted 20 Jan 18:00 UTC WHOI shares microplastic detection project details WHOI shares microplastic detection project details Project gains additional funding, technologies to move towards a field-portable sensing system Microplastics are tiny plastic pieces that can be found in the ocean and atmosphere. by The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Posted 20 Jan 10:24 UTC CA publishes new Inland Waterways Cruising guides CA publishes new Inland Waterways Cruising guides The Cruising Association's sixteen authoritative publications New and updated print and digital editions of the Cruising Association's (CA) five main inland waterways cruising guides - Cruising the Inland Waterways of France and Belgium, Through the Netherlands via the Standing Mast Routes. by The Cruising Association Posted 19 Jan 09:50 UTC Interview with Marine Resources CEO and Founder Interview with Marine Resources CEO and Founder James Ward talks about the dramatic shift in the jobs market The marine industry has boomed since the pandemic as more people discover the benefits of being out on the water, leading to dramatic shift in the jobs market. by Mark Jardine Posted 18 Jan 13:00 UTC Whales and Waves, but not a lot of Wind! Whales and Waves, but not a lot of Wind! Waking up with dolphins, a coffee and fresh pancakes in ARC January "Waking up with dolphins, a coffee and fresh pancakes. What a way to start the day!" report Johan, Agnes and Lisa, heading into their second week at sea on their Lagoon 46 Maxim 46 sailing with ARC January. by World Cruising Club Posted 17 Jan 19:49 UTC Meet Henri-Lloyd's New Ambassador Meet Henri-Lloyd's New Ambassador Mitch Tonks shares a mutual passion for preserving our oceans Proud to introduce their new ambassador & pioneer of sustainably sourced British seafood, Mitch Tonks. Founder & CEO of seafood restaurant group, Rockfish, Co-Founder of the Devon Environment Foundation & UK Ambassador for the Marine Stewardship Council. by Henri-Lloyd Posted 16 Jan 12:00 UTC Pip Hare to open the doors to BoatLife Live Pip Hare to open the doors to BoatLife Live The celebrated sailor will officially open the show to visitors and the media Pip Hare to open the doors to BoatLife Live this FebruaryPip Hare, who needs very little introduction as the 8th woman in history to complete the Vendee Globe, will be the first big name to open the inaugural show. by Hayley Harris Posted 16 Jan 08:30 UTC Chile and Brazil take on big plastic Chile and Brazil take on big plastic Imagine every minute of every day, two dump trucks full of single-use plastic drive onto the beach Imagine that every minute of every day, two dump trucks full of single-use plastic drive onto the beach, back up to the shoreline, and raise their beds, sending a torrent of trash into the ocean. by Emily Petsko Posted 16 Jan 05:39 UTC The world's ocean just broke another heat record The world's ocean just broke another heat record The long-term ocean warming is stronger in the Atlantic and the Southern oceans An analysis of recent Ocean Heat Content (OHC) changes through 2021 by two international groups shows the ocean was the hottest ever recorded by humans. by Daria Blackwell Posted 16 Jan 04:46 UTC
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