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Ocean Safety 2021 - LEADERBOARD
How to Anchor Your Boat the Eco-Friendly Way How to Anchor Your Boat the Eco-Friendly Way Protect the seagrass which captures carbon faster than rainforests Anchoring can be a necessary and efficient way to secure your boat in certain circumstances, but it can also damage the seabed if not done properly. There are eco-friendly ways to anchor your boat that will help preserve the seabed. by Naomi Copperweight Posted 30 Jun 11:00 UTC Meet the first X-Yacht with electric propulsion Meet the first X-Yacht with electric propulsion X49E is a specially adapted version of the existing X49 The car industry is already far into the transition to green, electric power. But the boat industry is finally beginning to catch up. by X-Yachts Posted 30 Jun 06:19 UTC B&G software update offers exciting new features B&G software update offers exciting new features A key software update for Summer 2022 released B&G® has released a key software update for Summer 2022 for its displays and instruments providing several upgrades for sailors utilizing the B&G Nemesis™ and Triton 2 Instruments, and B&G Zeus™ multifunction displays. by B&G Posted 30 Jun 06:09 UTC Understanding safety onboard Understanding safety onboard With Ocean Safety Ambassador Dee Caffari MBE and Ocean Safety MD Alistair Hackett YachtsandYachting.com's Mark Jardine talks to Ocean Safety Ambassador Dee Caffari MBE and Ocean Safety MD Alistair Hackett to get a better understanding of the safety features needed onboard yachts. by Ocean Safety Posted 29 Jun 11:00 UTC Every sailor can be a scientist Every sailor can be a scientist SeaKeepers, Clean Sailors & Cleaner Marina all have to improve research and action for cleaner water The International SeaKeepers Society joins forces with Clean Sailors and Cleaner Marina to inspire and encourage the global boating community towards Citizen Science and sustainable boating practices. by Clean Sailors Crew Posted 29 Jun 04:09 UTC NOAA releases 85 Florida loggerhead sea turtles NOAA releases 85 Florida loggerhead sea turtles Juvenile sea turtles returned to the wild after study to reduce bycatch NOAA Fisheries scientists and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission released 85 loggerhead sea turtles into the ocean off Florida's east coast. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 27 Jun 18:43 UTC Caribbean Sail Training free sail training Caribbean Sail Training free sail training Caribbean youngsters to embark as "trainees" on a sailing adventure The non-profit association Caribbean Sail Training announced today that they are again offering great sailing adventures to Caribbean youngsters in the next upcoming season. by Caribbean Sail Training Posted 27 Jun 18:14 UTC Nine days and 155 nautical miles in Albania Nine days and 155 nautical miles in Albania Country number 24 on the great adventures aboard Red Roo We could see Albania from our final anchorage at Corfu in Greece and it took us just over three hours to arrive. Albania is country number 24 on the great adventures aboard Red Roo. by SV Red Roo Posted 27 Jun 15:04 UTC Results of Orca report submissions published Results of Orca report submissions published By The Cruising Association and Groupo Trabajo Orca Atlantica The Cruising Association (CA) and GTOA partnered to launch a new online orca reporting form in early June 2022 to investigate orcas interacting with vessels along the Iberian Peninsula, and the reports received are now published online. by The Cruising Association Posted 27 Jun 13:06 UTC Novara One Planet project launches Novara One Planet project launches Education, support and climate research from a sailing vessel Novara One Planet, a project aimed to connect people to the impact of climate change through education, science and adventure, has been launched in London, UK. by Veronica Lysaght Posted 27 Jun 12:09 UTC AIS Vessel Positions data on PredictWind AIS Vessel Positions data on PredictWind PredictWind has developed is the ability to download AIS data via satellite connection AIS is a system where boats that have an AIS transponder installed can automatically broadcast their vessel identity, real-time position, course, and speed, using VHF frequencies. by PredictWind Posted 27 Jun 10:17 UTC Kids environmental lesson plans Kids environmental lesson plans Discover the answers to how whales have adapted to living in the ocean Roaming throughout all the world's oceans, whales are the largest animals on Earth. As marine mammals, whales are also warm-blooded and must regularly surface to breathe air. by Sailors for the Sea Posted 26 Jun 15:06 UTC Covid updates for cruising yachts Covid updates for cruising yachts Chile opened its maritime borders at the end of May While at the current alert level no Covid paperwork is necessary for entry, it's recommended to have a vaccination certificate should the alert level change while you are on passage. by Noonsite Posted 26 Jun 14:57 UTC New to cruising New to cruising Two very useful posts this month by long-term liveaboards Two very useful posts this month, by long-term liveaboards, that will help those planning to start long-distance cruising. by Noonsite Posted 25 Jun 21:51 UTC Henri-Lloyd Customer Favourites Henri-Lloyd Customer Favourites Timeless, high performing designs, chosen and worn by you Timeless, high performing designs, chosen and worn by you. Take a look at some of our customer favourites below and get ready to love any weather. by Henri-Lloyd Posted 24 Jun 17:00 UTC Learn more about Alaska's deep-sea corals Learn more about Alaska's deep-sea corals Alaska Coral & Sponge Initiative began the Gulf of Alaska Coral & Sponge Model Validation Survey Over the next four weeks, scientists on the R/V Woldstad will collect seafloor images from a specially designed stereo-camera system and water samples for environmental DNA (eDNA) analyses at up to 300 sites. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 24 Jun 14:11 UTC OCC Member in Round Britain & Ireland Race OCC Member in Round Britain & Ireland Race Elin Jones and Lou Boorman are the youngest female crew ever to take part in the race Flying the flag for Wales, Elin Jones (20) and skipper Lou Boorman (19) are the youngest female crew ever to take part in the Race. by Daria Blackwell Posted 24 Jun 06:18 UTC 2022 World ARC: Darwin start confirmed 2022 World ARC: Darwin start confirmed The planned start for the 2022 World ARC rally from Darwin will go-ahead on schedule World Cruising Club (WCC) have announced that the planned start for the 2022 World ARC rally from Darwin, NT Australia, will go-ahead on schedule in September. by World Cruising Club Posted 24 Jun 05:30 UTC C-MAP app now with crowd-sourced Genesis layer C-MAP app now with crowd-sourced Genesis layer As well as across Lowrance®, B&G® and Simrad® apps powered by C-MAP charts C-MAP®, a leader in digital marine cartography and cloud-based mapping, has made its crowd-sourced mapping data called “Genesis” available on the C-MAP navigation app this month, as well as across Lowrance®, B&G® and Simrad® apps powered by C-MAP charts. by C-MAP Posted 23 Jun 02:34 UTC ARC Portugal: Adventures Inland ARC Portugal: Adventures Inland Up the mountain of Santa Tecla The first stop yesterday morning took us up the mountain of Santa Tecla. It is definitely the best way to see what is yet to come, Portugal. by World Cruising Club Posted 22 Jun 18:39 UTC
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