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Classic Maxi Cadamà celebrates her 50th birthday Classic Maxi Cadamà celebrates her 50th birthday The world's only wooden Maxi for the physically impaired Cadamà, the world's only wooden Maxi for the physically impaired, races with a mixed crew of wheelchair-bound and able-bodied sailors. This solid, two masted yacht was built 50 years ago in mahogany and iroko by the Beconcini Yard in La Spezia. by Cadama Posted 18 May 10:15 UTC All-new Besenzoni LaScala Elettrica All-new Besenzoni LaScala Elettrica Besenzoni's green technology revolution continues Besenzoni's green technology revolution continues with the all-new LaScala Elettrica, on public display for the first time ever at the Venice Boat Show from 29 May to 6 June 2021. by Besenzoni Posted 18 May 10:13 UTC Discover the new Grand Soleil 72 Performance Discover the new Grand Soleil 72 Performance A brand new project of design and innovation The extensive construction experience of the Forlì-based shipyard is combined with the development of innovative solutions, that place increasing emphasis on sustainability and energy efficiency, to create the Grand Soleil 72 Performance. by Grand Soleil Yachts Posted 18 May 06:17 UTC Two pictures from the Azores Two pictures from the Azores To my sailor brethren, I'd like to share two pictures In Horta, Azores, in July, all landed sailors were required to be tested for Covid to go ashore. That is if you wanted to go ashore. It did not matter if you sailed for five or 50 days, a test was a compulsory roadblock to visit the island. by Capt. Tom Wikman Posted 17 May 14:01 UTC Remote learning takes on new meaning Remote learning takes on new meaning Dive and Discover is WHOI's popular public outreach and educational platform A new twist in remote learning kicked off on May 3 when WHOI launched its seventeenth Dive and Discover expedition, an 18-day science research cruise out of Vigo, Spain to explore the ocean's midwater, or twilight zone. by WHOI Posted 17 May 10:47 UTC WHOI to open ocean and climate research center WHOI to open ocean and climate research center To seek new knowledge and new solutions at the intersection of oceanography and climate science Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) today announced the establishment of the Francis E. Fowler IV Center for Ocean and Climate to seek new knowledge and new solutions at the intersection of oceanography and climate science. by WHOI Posted 16 May 19:23 UTC Scottish Open House Weekend Scottish Open House Weekend It was never going to attract the crowds it has in the past A 967 mb low lurking off Ireland and strict pandemic precautions meant that our Scottish Open House weekend was never going to attract the crowds it has in the past. by Commodore Simon Currin Posted 16 May 19:21 UTC A history of foraging, motherhood, and stress A history of foraging, motherhood, and stress Scientists are learning vital information about fur seal and sea lion biology and ecology Northern fur seals and Steller sea lions are iconic marine mammals that play important roles in healthy Alaska and North Pacific marine ecosystems. Both species have shown widespread, unexplained population declines in recent decades. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 16 May 16:01 UTC Ocean Safety opens flare disposal facility Ocean Safety opens flare disposal facility At four UK branches for all brands of pyrotechnics Boat owners can now safely dispose of all their out-of-date flares at one of Ocean Safety's four branches around the UK. by Ocean Safety Posted 16 May 15:00 UTC Is that Steller sea lion in distress? waving? Is that Steller sea lion in distress? waving? NOAA Fisheries often receives reports of Steller sea lions exhibiting this behavior from citizens Imagine that you are enjoying a wonderful day along Alaska's rocky shores when suddenly you see something strange in the water. Is that an orca? You look through your binoculars and realize it is a Steller sea lion. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 14 May 16:01 UTC Sir Robin takes up the cudgel on behalf of sailors Sir Robin takes up the cudgel on behalf of sailors In a letter published in The Times newspaper today In a letter published in The Times newspaper today, Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, Patron of the Cruising Association (CA), highlights the devastating effect of HMRC's demands for VAT on boats returning to the UK. by Peta Stuart-Hunt Posted 14 May 13:45 UTC Kielder Yacht Club celebrates 40th anniversary Kielder Yacht Club celebrates 40th anniversary Family-friendly Northumberland club looks forward to busy season and open day Kielder Yacht Club in Northumberland is celebrating a return to the water and the club's 40th anniversary year with a full programme of sailing and socials. by Paula Irish Posted 14 May 09:53 UTC Space-saving Saviour or Subpar Alternative? Space-saving Saviour or Subpar Alternative? upffront.com look at Andersen's compact electric winches The ultimate factor behind choosing the motor placement of your new electric winch is the configuration of your boat and the space available in the cabin headroom or storage locker. by Phil Anniss Posted 14 May 08:00 UTC Oyster Yachts next webinar: Destination Australia Oyster Yachts next webinar: Destination Australia Featuring the passage sail from Vanuatu to Mackay and the east coast of Australia The team from Oyster Yachts will outline the likely weather and tidal conditions the fleet may encounter, plus reef navigation whilst sailing approx. 1,200 miles across the Coral Sea from Vanuatu to the rendezvous point at Mackay. by Oyster Yachts Posted 13 May 20:43 UTC A Circumnavigation during Chemotherapy A Circumnavigation during Chemotherapy Olle Nash, 63, intends to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support While much of the British public has mustered the confidence to book a staycation in the UK, one cancer patient from Ipswich is planning to circumnavigate Great Britain by boat to raise much-needed cash for Macmillan Cancer Support. by Vicki Realff Posted 13 May 15:22 UTC The Helix Furling Gennaker: your new favorite sail The Helix Furling Gennaker: your new favorite sail Expert Bob Meagher explains why you should update your inventory In the old days, you had two options for making it to your destination in time for cocktail hour: start the engine, or go below to lug a bulky spinnaker up to the foredeck. by North Sails Posted 13 May 11:00 UTC Time running out to save coral reefs Time running out to save coral reefs A window of opportunity to save the world's coral reefs - but time is running out New research on the growth rates of coral reefs shows there is still a window of opportunity to save the world's coral reefs - but time is running out. by Melissa Lyne Posted 13 May 05:18 UTC Henri-Lloyd Sailing Kit Guide Henri-Lloyd Sailing Kit Guide Get ready for the season ahead... From the beautiful landscape surrounding the Isle of Wight to the crystal blue waters of Mallorca, the right sailing kit means you can take on any destination, climate or weather front. by Henri-Lloyd Posted 12 May 13:30 UTC Typhoon International's new lifejackets for kids Typhoon International's new lifejackets for kids The two vests are ideal for family cruising and every type of activity on and around the water Leading technical clothing and accessories manufacturer Typhoon International has created two new children's lifejackets, the Bouley Vest, for infants to three years old, and the Filey Vest for children to 12 years old. by Marina Johnson Posted 12 May 09:46 UTC New reduced Colligo Marine Torque Rope pricing New reduced Colligo Marine Torque Rope pricing Custom luff lines for code zero style sails and torque lines for top down furled spinnakers Our new relationship with Hampidjan allows for a significant price discount on our Torque Ropes making us less expensive than the competitors! by Colligo Marine Posted 11 May 20:16 UTC
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