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Tall Ship Eagle sailing to Portland, ME Tall Ship Eagle sailing to Portland, ME "America's Tall Ship" will be visiting Portland for the Maine Bicentennial The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Eagle (WIX-327), "America's Tall Ship," will be visiting Portland, ME for the Maine Bicentennial with cadets and crew as part of its summer training program. by U.S. Coast Guard 1st District Northeast Posted 5 Aug 18:14 UTC Stay dry with KitBrix's watersports bags and kit Stay dry with KitBrix's watersports bags and kit Innovative bags, aimed at athletes and all-round adventurers KitBrix pride themselves on being an innovative bag manufacturer, aimed at athletes and all-round adventurers who like to organise and protect their equipment. by KitBrix Posted 5 Aug 17:59 UTC Award-winning Contest 55CS Cannes debut Award-winning Contest 55CS Cannes debut Luxury European Yacht of the Year will go on show Contest Yachts, the leading Dutch semi-custom sailing yacht constructor, is delighted to announce that the award-winning Contest 55CS, selected as Luxury European Yacht of the Year 2021, will go on show at Cannes in a stunning Côte d'Azur debut. by Contest Yachts Posted 5 Aug 09:09 UTC First impressions of the Helix Furling Gennaker First impressions of the Helix Furling Gennaker Purpose built for cruising North expert Bob Meagher gives his first-hand experience and explains why you should consider adding this sail to your cruising inventory. by North Sails Posted 3 Aug 15:00 UTC Stoneways Marine YJA Awards nominations open Stoneways Marine YJA Awards nominations open Nominate your YJA Yachtsman of the Year and Young Sailor of the Year 2021 Nominations open today (Monday 2nd August) for the Stoneways Marine YJA Yachtsman of the Year and the Young Sailor of the Year 2021. These awards are, without doubt, the most prestigious in UK yachting. by Yachting Journalists' Association Posted 2 Aug 16:15 UTC Henri-Lloyd #BLUEAUGUST Henri-Lloyd #BLUEAUGUST Let's Turn the Tide on Ocean Plastics Together 10% to the Ocean. More than 8 million tons of plastic bottles are dumped into our ocean every year and it's estimated by 2050 the ocean will contain more plastic by weight than fish. by Henri-Lloyd Posted 2 Aug 15:00 UTC Sir Chay Blyth 50th anniversary celebrations Sir Chay Blyth 50th anniversary celebrations A parade of sail will take place up the Hamble River Sir Chay Blyth returns to the Hamble to celebrate the 50th anniversary of his pioneering solo non-stop west-about circumnavigation back in 1971 aboard the 59ft ketch British Steel. by Barry Pickthall Posted 2 Aug 14:52 UTC North Sails - The Debrief: Transpac Recap North Sails - The Debrief: Transpac Recap Onboard with Helix, Sailors to Watch, Cruising Adventures At first glance, the 51st Transpac was a pretty straightforward boat speed race down the great circle rhumb line. But, digging deeper, each division's winner depended on their team's unique strategy and setup. by North Sails Posted 2 Aug 11:00 UTC Wooden Boat Festival Lifetime Achievement Awards Wooden Boat Festival Lifetime Achievement Awards Celebrating outstanding members of the maritime community This annual event recognizes exceptional contributions to our community in the areas of Community Spirit and Culture, Boatbuilding and Design, and Lifetime Achievement. by Wooden Boat Festival Posted 1 Aug 21:00 UTC Galapagos Youth Sailing and Swimming Program Galapagos Youth Sailing and Swimming Program Launched by YachtAid Global in collaboration with S/Y Seahawk and Sea Masters Galapagos YachtAid Global, in collaboration with S/Y Seahawk and Sea Masters Galapagos, has launched the YachtAid Global Youth Sailing and Swimming Program -Galapagos. by YachtAid Global Posted 1 Aug 20:19 UTC Get set for November 2021 - the '1500 is back! Get set for November 2021 - the '1500 is back! Get ready to sail south again this fall! It has been a frustrating year for us all, stuck at home, unable to reach our boats and shut out from our favorite sailing destinations. But now we can announce that the '1500 is back, so get ready to sail south again this fall! by World Cruising Club Posted 1 Aug 19:56 UTC The effects of climate change on sharks The effects of climate change on sharks Research into the effects of climate change on fish species is a priority for NOAA Fisheries. Climate change is causing warming seas, acidification, rising sea level, and other long-term shifts in the environment. It is already affecting numerous marine species in complex ways. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 1 Aug 18:37 UTC 2021 hurricane season update from the North 2021 hurricane season update from the North The next hurricane to form this season will be called Fred On August 4th at noon eastern, the National Hurricane Center will be hosting their second annual live webinar on weather forecasting geared toward blue water mariners. by Noonsite Posted 31 Jul 15:12 UTC The Technowool Drumone Zip Jacket The Technowool Drumone Zip Jacket The perfect balance of sportswear, timeless style and sustainability Created using the innovative Technowool fabric by Italian fabric manufacturer Pontetorto, the Drumone Zip Jacket is the perfect balance of sportswear, timeless style and sustainability. by Henri-Lloyd Posted 31 Jul 11:00 UTC Buckler's Hard Yacht Harbour's 50th anniversary Buckler's Hard Yacht Harbour's 50th anniversary Sir Ben Ainslie is to sail along the Beaulieu River in a scow to become guest of honour Sir Ben Ainslie is to sail along the Beaulieu River in a scow to become guest of honour at a celebration for the 50th anniversary and completion of the £2m redevelopment of Buckler's Hard Yacht Harbour. by Beaulieu River Posted 31 Jul 09:20 UTC ARC Portugal 2021 - Bienvenido a Baiona ARC Portugal 2021 - Bienvenido a Baiona The flag is now raised and flying high in Monte Real Club de Yates ARC Portugal 2021 flag is now raised and flying high in Monte Real Club de Yates in Baiona, Spain. After what many consider their great crossing of Biscay, the fleet will now spend a few days in Spanish stopover of rally before heading to Portugal. by World Cruising Club Posted 31 Jul 08:20 UTC Indian Ocean planning Indian Ocean planning Many skippers are now planning their imminent passage across the Indian Ocean With the first boats arriving in South Africa from late September, many skippers are now planning their imminent passage across the Indian Ocean, helped this year by a great many open borders - albeit it with some restrictions. by Noonsite Posted 31 Jul 00:36 UTC Covid yachting protocols update Covid yachting protocols update July 2021 has been busy with many countries updating their entry protocols July 2021 has been busy with many countries updating their entry protocols to "vaccinated-only". We have updated the Covid yachting protocols for some 50+ countries so far this month and things don't appear to be slowing down as we move into August. by Noonsite Posted 30 Jul 18:30 UTC Newport Boat Show offers boater education programs Newport Boat Show offers boater education programs A host of educational activities for boating enthusiasts of all ages and experience levels Newport Exhibition Group, owners and producers of the Newport International Boat Show, announced today a host of educational activities for boating enthusiasts of all ages and experience levels. by Newport International Boat Show Posted 30 Jul 15:29 UTC NEW Electronic Touch Panel by Lofrans' NEW Electronic Touch Panel by Lofrans' Innovative anchoring solutions that guarantee maximum performance & safety Lofrans' makes the most of its 55 years of experience, manufacturing windlasses and enriching the market with innovative anchoring solutions that guarantee maximum performance & safety on board. by Lalizas Posted 30 Jul 14:32 UTC
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