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RoRC report from the Channel Islands RoRC report from the Channel Islands Our last RoRC report detailed our sail back across the Atlantic prompted by the Covid crisis At the time we did consider that we might be being a little pessimistic about Covid but took the favourable transatlantic weather window to be on the safe side. by RoRCs Reg & Nicky Barker Posted 18 Jun 14:43 UTC AMVER vessel rescues 81-year-old sailor AMVER vessel rescues 81-year-old sailor Approximately 400 miles south east of Long Island, New York The crew of a good Samaritan vessel rescued an 81-year-old sailor aboard their disabled 36-foot sailing vessel approximately 400 miles south east of Long Island, New York. by U.S. Coast Guard 1st District Northeast Posted 17 Jun 17:24 UTC Mixing epoxy with Italian boat building heritage Mixing epoxy with Italian boat building heritage West System used for the custom-made Heritage 9.9 Castagnola Shipyard has launched the custom-made Heritage 9.9. Able to reach a cruising speed of 34 knots, the luxury yacht is a fine example of what happens when you mix modern CNC with traditional Italian wooden boat building heritage. by Epoxycraft Posted 17 Jun 08:00 UTC B&G® announce partnership with Oyster Yachts B&G® announce partnership with Oyster Yachts Agreement unites two premium brands within world of sailing, to deliver ultimate sailing experience B&G®, the world's leading sailing navigation and instrument specialist is pleased to announce their partnership with Oyster Yachts, the leading British manufacturer of the world's finest bluewater sailing yachts. by Dulcie Allen, B&G Posted 17 Jun 04:34 UTC The good, the incredible, and the brilliant The good, the incredible, and the brilliant Ever since writing 'More Grit' I have been on somewhat of a Western trip Ever since writing More Grit! I have been on somewhat of a Western trip. It was only further solidified after actually meeting both the incredible Bill Hatfield, and the brilliant Jeanne Socrates. by John Curnow, Global Editor, SailWorldCruising.com Posted 16 Jun 21:00 UTC RYA Coastal Atlas update RYA Coastal Atlas update To improve protection of recreational boating The Royal Yachting Association (RYA) has commissioned ABPmer to update the digital map of Recreational Boating Intensity held in their online UK Coastal Atlas of Recreational Boating. by Emma Cotton Posted 16 Jun 17:15 UTC Clean tips for cruising Clean tips for cruising Some top tips on how to get started on being a Clean Sailor Sailors, the sea is our passion, pastime and, in many cases, our profession. We love the sea. Let's get cleaner and reduce our impact on our waters! by Clean Sailors Posted 16 Jun 16:05 UTC USCGC Eagle arrives in Iceland USCGC Eagle arrives in Iceland Hosting tours and senior officials through the weekend USCGC Eagle (WIX 327), "America's Tall Ship," arrived in Reykjavik Wednesday and proceeded to host tours and senior officials through the weekend. by U.S. Coast Guard Atlantic Area Posted 16 Jun 15:55 UTC Heyman 42' Pocket Pilot House Heyman 42' Pocket Pilot House A yacht with a view Like a home, without a fixed address. The new Heyman 42' PPH gives you home comfort without losing out on sailing - a stately bedroom, a light comfortable deck salon and a lovely front porch. by Heyman Yachts Posted 16 Jun 13:48 UTC Pet flotation from Typhoon International Pet flotation from Typhoon International Bound to be a hit with canine crewmembers Typhoon International's Totland Dog Vest is bound to be a hit with canine crewmembers whose safety is just as important as that of the rest of the family. by Typhoon International Ltd Posted 16 Jun 13:02 UTC Make your signal loud & clear Make your signal loud & clear With the NEW Marine Horns by Nuova Rade! Making the most of its more than 60-year expertise in plastic boating accessories, Nuova Rade introduces a new line of Marine Horns! by Sofia Solia, Lalizas Posted 15 Jun 09:50 UTC ARC Europe: Setting off on the last leg ARC Europe: Setting off on the last leg The fleet have left from Ponta Delgada to conclude their Atlantic crossing The ARC Europe fleet left from Ponta Delgada in the Azores on their last leg to conclude their Atlantic crossing. by World Cruising Club Posted 15 Jun 05:04 UTC Musto T-shirts and polos Musto T-shirts and polos Designed to suit every lifestyle Musto's range of high performing polos feature quick-dry fabrics and sun protection, making them perfect for anyone who loves to explore the outdoors. by Musto Posted 14 Jun 09:44 UTC NOAA Fisheries joins Orca Action Month NOAA Fisheries joins Orca Action Month Ask questions of killer whale scientists and author of new book on orcas This month, NOAA Fisheries is helping orca fans everywhere learn about and help protect endangered Southern Resident killer whales (called orcas) and other killer whales in the Northwest. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 13 Jun 16:56 UTC ARC Europe: Beautiful S. Miguel ARC Europe: Beautiful S. Miguel São Miguel has lot to offer like the remarkable Twin Lakes (Lagoa Azul & Lagoa Verde) A guided walking tour sponsored by the Azores Tourism Board took place to explore the flat and old city centre of Ponta Delgada. It's the largest and most important city of São Miguel and the Azores by World Cruising Club Posted 13 Jun 06:12 UTC Southern Ocean officially recognised Southern Ocean officially recognised As Earth's 5th Ocean by National Geographic recognized Coincident with World Oceans Day, National Geographic announced that it is officially recognizing the Southern Ocean as the Earth's fifth ocean. by Daria Blackwell Posted 12 Jun 15:09 UTC Whale world record and power of citizen science Whale world record and power of citizen science The observations over this record-breaking time span were made by a combination of scientists A sperm whale has been observed in the Azores archipelago in the middle of the Atlantic ocean over a 34 year time span, setting an observation record in the Atlantic and very possibly the world. by Biosphere Expeditions Posted 12 Jun 10:32 UTC More 'fairness' needed in conservation More 'fairness' needed in conservation A new approach is needed if protected areas are to be effective New research shows what is often assumed to be 'fair' in conservation practice may not be considered so by the very people most affected by it—and a new approach is needed if protected areas are to be effective. by ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies Posted 12 Jun 05:58 UTC Major New and Used Sail Global Online Auction Major New and Used Sail Global Online Auction Bidding open until Wednesday 16th June 2021 at 2pm AEST. The Bidding will end on Wednesday 16th June 2021 at 2pm AEST. If there's something you like here, why not place a bid? by Adrian Seiffert, Marine Auctions Posted 11 Jun 20:30 UTC An epic feat of human endurance An epic feat of human endurance Skipper Ian Herbert-Jones prepares for sea trials ahead of the 2022 Golden Globe Race In 2022 35 sailors will race 30,000 miles non-stop, alone, around the world with no outside assistance. by Hannah Cotterell, savvy navvy Posted 11 Jun 14:37 UTC
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