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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 Bonomi Joy Electric Tailing Cleats Bonomi Joy Electric Tailing Cleats A new, smaller cleat has been added to the range Following on from the successful METS launch of the Joy Cleat, which achieved the prestigious DAME award, Italian manufacturer Bonomi have released a new, smaller cleat into the range. by TMS Posted 22 Jun 13:01 UTC Elan E6 Wins Red Dot Design Award 2022 Elan E6 Wins Red Dot Design Award 2022 Bringing home another one of the most sought after Design Awards in the World The new E6 wins Red Dot: Product Design 2022 award in addition to the International Yacht and Aviation Award 2022. Red Dot is the biggest design competition in the world and is considered one of the most sought-after badges of quality for good design. by Elan Yachts Posted 22 Jun 11:00 UTC The Ancasta HUB The Ancasta HUB Ancasta launches new interactive online community The Ancasta Group has launched the Ancasta HUB, a new online and interactive community bringing together a plethora of informative and engaging boating content, including news, events, cruising guides, and articles. by Ancasta International Posted 22 Jun 09:15 UTC ARC Portugal: History and prizes ARC Portugal: History and prizes Visiting the famous pilgrimage town of Santiago de Compostela Saturday was an early day for the fleet as they jumped on the bus on their way to visit the famous pilgrimage town in the north west of Galicia, Santiago de Compostela. by World Cruising Club Posted 22 Jun 08:53 UTC New container for Ocean SOLAS Throw-Over Liferaft New container for Ocean SOLAS Throw-Over Liferaft New cylindrical GRP container complements the liferaft's existing option Ocean Safety, specialist in the worldwide supply, distribution, service and hire of marine safety equipment, has launched a new style container for its Ocean SOLAS Throw-Over Liferaft. by Ocean Safety Posted 22 Jun 06:15 UTC Off again, sailing into 2022 Off again, sailing into 2022 We couldn't believe it was May already We couldn't believe it was May already, and we are only just leaving the marina. Well I guess we didn't park up until November last year and the winter flew by with so much work on the boat and lots of travel in Turkiye. by SV Red Roo Posted 20 Jun 11:37 UTC Final prizegiving for ARC Europe 2022 Final prizegiving for ARC Europe 2022 Concluding in style at the Restaurant Sunset in Marina de Lagos ARC Europe 2022 concluded in style with a final prize-giving dinner at the Restaurant Sunset in Marina de Lagos. by World Cruising Club Posted 20 Jun 09:13 UTC J/45 Acadia sailing Narragansett Bay J/45 Acadia sailing Narragansett Bay Enjoy this fun video of the new J/45 Acadia undergoing sailing trials Enjoy this fun video of the new J/45 Acadia undergoing sailing trials and tuning on Narragansett Bay. by J/Boats Posted 19 Jun 15:00 UTC ARC Portugal: The sun shines for Bayona arrival ARC Portugal: The sun shines for Bayona arrival Sea Crusader, a Discovery 55, was the first to arrive into the Monte Real Club de Yates Bayona With favourable conditions across the Bay of Biscay, the approach and rounding of Cap Finisterre provided some challenging seas for the fleet, with Maz on Bolero describing their last 24 hours of the journey as 'quite challenging'. by World Cruising Club Posted 19 Jun 06:20 UTC Sea Turtle Week 2022 Sea Turtle Week 2022 Celebrating sea turtle conservation This year our celebration highlights the impact of climate change on sea turtles, how sea turtles hear and why understanding their hearing is important, and what you can do to protect sea turtles. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 18 Jun 19:29 UTC How Atlantic isolation helped during lockdown How Atlantic isolation helped during lockdown One sailor's experience of routine on board helped prepare them The Atlantic Ocean is an utterly brutal environment. Piercingly hot sun, 30 foot waves and sleeping quarters eternally damp from spray - this is not your average day at the beach. In 2018 my family and I embarked on a voyage across the Atlantic and back. by Peter Gilmore Posted 18 Jun 16:41 UTC
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