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You're original, and so is this... You're original, and so is this... What make Henri-Lloyd so special? The majority of the jackets are made in our European factory, the same factory established by Mr. Henri himself in his home town. by Henri-Lloyd Posted 24 Oct 11:00 UTC Boat life - Fabulous or frightening? Boat life - Fabulous or frightening? SV Red Roo from Greece includes sailing and visits to some iconic destinations Our latest update from Greece includes sailing, a visit to some iconic destinations, as well as a couple of small hiccups - the reality of the cruising lifestyle. by SV Red Roo Posted 24 Oct 06:18 UTC North Sails - The Debrief North Sails - The Debrief Recently Launched, How To Videos, Exciting Time for the IC37 The Baltic 146 Path is one of the most recent superyacht launches. Designed by Judel / Vrolijk and outfitted with North 3Di, Path is built for global long-distance cruising. by North Sails Posted 23 Oct 14:57 UTC Six reasons to upgrade your sailboat's electronics Six reasons to upgrade your sailboat's electronics Off-season is the perfect time to start planning for next summer The sailing season is winding down across much of the Northern Hemisphere, but that doesn't mean the work on your boat is done for the year. by B&G Posted 22 Oct 16:00 UTC Getting Rally ready for ARC+ 2021 Getting Rally ready for ARC+ 2021 The final countdown is on with virtual safety checks completed The final countdown is on for this year's ARC+ and ARC rallies with rally flags already flying high in Las Palmas, virtual safety checks completed and World Cruising yellow shirt team eager to be back on the docks for 36th Atlantic Rally for Cruisers. by World Cruising Club Posted 22 Oct 12:35 UTC Great success at the first #boatgen get afloat day Great success at the first #boatgen get afloat day Getting young people in Hampshire on the water The day took place at the Andrew Simpson Centre in Portsmouth, and is the start of many activities to support this new not-for-profit initiative, delivered in partnership by boatfolk and The Andrew Simpson Foundation (ASF). by Andrew Simpson Foundation Posted 22 Oct 11:00 UTC ARC 2021 - Countdown to start day ARC 2021 - Countdown to start day Rally flags already flying high in Las Palmas The final countdown is officially on for this year's ARC+ and ARC rallies with rally flags already flying high in Las Palmas, virtual safety checks completed and World Cruising yellow shirt team eager to be back on docks for Atlantic Rally for Cruisers. by World Cruising Club Posted 21 Oct 13:19 UTC 11th Hour Racing shares magic of oysters & compost 11th Hour Racing shares magic of oysters & compost This video was created to inspire people to think differently about humble things 11th Hour Racing published today a new short video about the magical connection between soil, oysters, and ocean health featuring the work of two of our outstanding grantees, Billion Oyster Project in New York City and Harvest Cycle Compost. by 11th Hour Racing Posted 21 Oct 13:15 UTC The Ocean Cleanup proves viability of technology The Ocean Cleanup proves viability of technology With trash collected from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch The Ocean Cleanup, the non-profit developing and scaling technologies to rid the oceans of plastic, announces proof of technology upon returning to Victoria Harbour with trash collected from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. by The Ocean Cleanup Posted 21 Oct 11:20 UTC US Coast Guard holds Arctic discussions in Boston US Coast Guard holds Arctic discussions in Boston The group discussed topics ranging from science to Arctic governance The event's purpose was to build relationships, identify areas for future collaboration, engage Arctic thinkers, and gain different perspectives on threats and opportunities pertinent to the Arctic. by U.S. Coast Guard Atlantic Area Posted 20 Oct 15:48 UTC MarsKeel part of historic first MarsKeel part of historic first Ocean Drone with MarsKeel's lead ballast system captures footage from inside hurricane In a historic first, a camera-equipped ocean drone that uses MarsKeel's unique lead ballast system, has captured footage from inside a hurricane. by The MarsKeel Team Posted 20 Oct 15:39 UTC First ever Earthshot winners announced First ever Earthshot winners announced The prize initiated by Prince William has been awarded to five innovators The new Earthshot environmental prize initiated by Prince William has been awarded to five innovators including Coral Vita, who grow coral on land to return to the sea. by Daria Blackwell Posted 19 Oct 16:05 UTC Atlantic Crossing Weather Tools Webinar Part 2 Atlantic Crossing Weather Tools Webinar Part 2 Digging deeper into how to use the equipment you'll need out on the water Last week we kicked off our two part Webinar series covering everything you need to know for a successsful Atlantic crossing. by PredictWind Posted 18 Oct 06:34 UTC Sailing, wining, and dining in Croatia Sailing, wining, and dining in Croatia This remarkable country boasts over 1000 islands and more than 1500 kilometers of the mainland coast Croatia: this remarkable country boasts over 1000 islands and more than 1500 kilometers of the mainland coast. The islands' proximity makes your sailing trips conveniently short and therefore perfect for the exploration of the rich Croatian gourmet scene. by Pegasus Yachts Posted 17 Oct 14:40 UTC Lospray and XVI Viareggio historic sails meeting Lospray and XVI Viareggio historic sails meeting Lospray is a fascinating 1960s motorsailer that has an antique feel to it Lospray is a fascinating 1960s motorsailer that has an antique feel to it. It looks like a direct descendent of one of McBryde's Scottish cruising vessels designs from the 1930s with their beautiful teak superstructure and high, powerful bow. by ZacBoats Posted 17 Oct 14:37 UTC Ten ways you can help save the oceans Ten ways you can help save the oceans 10 lifestyle choices that can help protect and restore our oceans Oceans cover 71 percent of the planet and are home to important species and ecosystems that we rely on for food, livelihoods, climate regulation and more. But the oceans need our help. by Sailors for the Sea Posted 16 Oct 13:39 UTC Tradewind Voyages announces new 2022 itineraries Tradewind Voyages announces new 2022 itineraries Golden Horizon set to return from the Caribbean to sail in the Mediterranean Golden Horizon set to return from the Caribbean to sail in the Mediterranean 2022. by The Travel Village Posted 15 Oct 15:00 UTC Unique Stained Glass Yachts Unique Stained Glass Yachts Jo Munford interviewed about the business she created in the pandemic One of the exciting new companies which arrived last year and as a result of the pandemic is Seaview Studio, with Jo Munford providing a bespoke service designing and making stained glass windows, art, sculptures and yacht models. by Mark Jardine Posted 15 Oct 11:00 UTC Wichard MXEvo 2:1/3:1 Blocks Wichard MXEvo 2:1/3:1 Blocks Often imitated but tough to beat Wichard's expertise comes from over 100 years of forging safety parts for the manufacturing industry, so when it came to designing boat fittings, strength and safety have always been at the top of their priority list. by Aleix Escorsell Posted 15 Oct 08:00 UTC What is the status of the world's coral reefs? What is the status of the world's coral reefs? The largest ever global analysis of coral reef health is released Data collected for the report spanned more than 40 years and consisted of almost two million observations from over 12,000 sites in 73 countries around the world. by GBRMPA Posted 15 Oct 06:28 UTC
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