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Barton Marine - Our climate change commitment Barton Marine - Our climate change commitment Serious about the long-term welfare of our lands and oceans Barton Marine is serious about the long-term welfare of our lands and oceans. We are committed to ensuring climate change and environmental policies are front of mind when it comes to Barton's production and operations activities. by Barton Marine Posted 22 Jun 11:00 UTC Indonesian focus for next World Rally Webinar Indonesian focus for next World Rally Webinar Take a look at this amazing destination during the next live Oyster World Rally webinar Starting at 19.00 hrs BST, this webinar will highlight some of the 'must-visit' attractions awaiting the crews taking part in the Oyster World Rally 2022-23 and what makes this circumnavigation so special. by Oyster Yachts Posted 22 Jun 10:57 UTC ARC Europe finishes in Lagos ARC Europe finishes in Lagos Warm welcome from the friendly team at Marina de Lagos and rally staff And so it is that ARC Europe 2021 has come to an end in Marina de Lagos. by World Cruising Club Posted 22 Jun 03:04 UTC RoRC Soundings from the Islands RoRC Soundings from the Islands Here's hoping we do actually get down to the Caribbean this year! "Last year I lent a hand to pull the boats onto the land, They've been lying there for nineteen months or more, And I wonder will they lie there evermore". by RoRC Alastair Hill Posted 21 Jun 19:58 UTC Camden Classics Cup - Are you ready to race? Camden Classics Cup - Are you ready to race? Tick Tock - Your information for regatta program is due Thanks for being a part of the biggest fleet yet! The fleet is now at 80 extraordinary yachts! by Camden Classics Cup Posted 21 Jun 16:57 UTC Dates for the next multihull shows in France Dates for the next multihull shows in France Two dates, two events, 100% multihull With their enthusiasm intact and with so many projects to look forward to, the M2Organisation team is well and truly back in the saddle to resurrect your shows dedicated entirely to multihulls. by Christina Gödelmann Posted 20 Jun 12:05 UTC RoRC report - Desktop sailing and food for heroes RoRC report - Desktop sailing and food for heroes It is hard to imagine a more difficult year It is hard to imagine a more difficult year. It's a very nasty virus and with international travel upended and restrictions to entry to most countries, plans for cruising are put on hold. by RoRC Andrew Curtain Posted 20 Jun 11:55 UTC RoRC report from Maine to the Dry Tortugas RoRC report from Maine to the Dry Tortugas We had a sporty sail down to Annapolis on the back of a passing hurricane way out in the Atlantic In our last RoRC Report we were enjoying a beautiful summer in Maine. We were really hoping that the Canadian border would open and we could make a run to Nova Scotia but alas that never happened. by RoRC's Bill and Grace Heaton Posted 19 Jun 19:16 UTC Sea Turtle Week 2021 Sea Turtle Week 2021 Seven sea turtle facts for the ocean lover These marine reptiles lead incredible lives, surviving for many decades at sea. They travel thousands of miles in search of food, eventually returning to the beaches where they were born to nest. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 19 Jun 15:39 UTC The Cruising Association previews Captain's Mate The Cruising Association previews Captain's Mate Delighted to be back exhibiting at the Southampton International Boat Show in September The Cruising Association (CA) is delighted to be back exhibiting at the Southampton International Boat Show in September to promote its unrivalled support services to the ever-expanding sail and motor cruising community. by Peta Stuart-Hunt Posted 19 Jun 13:28 UTC SV Red Roo - Touring Tunisia SV Red Roo - Touring Tunisia So good to be exploring together again, we make quite the team Before leaving Tunisia to sail off into the greater Mediterranean Sea we teamed up once again with the crews from yachts 'Sweetie' (USA) Tony and Shannon and 'Caffe Latte' (Canada) Jean and Yolène to explore the south and west of Tunisia. by SV Red Roo Posted 19 Jun 10:20 UTC Long Way Up sailing adventure Long Way Up sailing adventure Charity seeks wounded veterans for an ambitious 2,000-mile sailing expedition A Cornish charity has launched a campaign to find a team of wounded veterans for an ambitious 2,000-mile sailing expedition from Land's End to John O' Groats - and back. by Mark Hardaker Posted 19 Jun 10:03 UTC 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
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