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Europe moves to protect Atlantic deep-sea sites Europe moves to protect Atlantic deep-sea sites Prohibiting bottom fishing across 16,000 square kilometres On Sept. 15, the European Commission made a historic announcement: it will prohibit bottom fishing across 16,000 square kilometres or 6,200 square miles in territorial waters of the NE Atlantic. by Daria Blackwell Posted 27 Sep 08:45 UTC MarsKeel supplies Ballast in all Shapes and Sizes MarsKeel supplies Ballast in all Shapes and Sizes From custom molded parts to standard ingots and bricks MarsKeel Technology is here to help you. We supply ballast in a vast array of forms and weights. From custom molded parts to standard ingots and bricks, we offer it all to you. by The MarsKeel Team Posted 25 Sep 15:00 UTC The Sailor - A film you won't want to miss! The Sailor - A film you won't want to miss! Documentary about 80-year-old who valued his freedom so much that he has never truly lived on land The Sailor is a documentary about an 80-year-old who valued his freedom so much that he has never truly lived on land. This English sailor sacrificed everything so that he could live only at sea. by Daria Blackwell Posted 25 Sep 13:54 UTC WaterBear - A free new streaming service WaterBear - A free new streaming service Watch award-winning films and documentaries anytime, anywhere WaterBear, the first interactive streaming platform dedicated to the future of our planet. Watch award-winning films and documentaries anytime, anywhere. by Daria Blackwell Posted 25 Sep 03:27 UTC Boaters need to batten down the hatches in Florida Boaters need to batten down the hatches in Florida Tropical Depression No. 9 is bearing down on the Gulf Coast Tropical Depression No. 9 is bearing down on Florida's Gulf Coast and Southeast and forecast to reach a significant strength – potentially Category 3. by BoatUS Posted 24 Sep 23:14 UTC 62nd Genoa International Boat Show day 1 62nd Genoa International Boat Show day 1 "Yachting, tax and customs": taking stock of the taxation and customs regulations During the "Yachting, Taxation and Customs", the annual appointment dedicated to tax and customs regulations, the Agenzia delle Entrate (Italy's Revenue Agency) clarified that the tax credit for the South applies to yachting. by Confindustria Nautica Posted 24 Sep 09:57 UTC Saildrone captures video inside Hurricane Fiona Saildrone captures video inside Hurricane Fiona NOAA and Saildrone are hurricane chasing with uncrewed wind-powered vehicles Today, Saildrone, Inc. and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) released video footage gathered by a Saildrone uncrewed surface vehicle (USV) from inside Hurricane Fiona, a Category 4 hurricane, barreling across the Atlantic Ocean. by Saildrone Posted 23 Sep 14:36 UTC Join Ancasta during the Southampton Boat Show Join Ancasta during the Southampton Boat Show The show is open until Sunday! There has been a fantastic turn out so far at this year's Southampton Boat Show which is little surprise considering the huge breadth and variety of sail and powerboats on display. by Ancasta International Posted 23 Sep 12:20 UTC World ARC - A warm welcome to Christmas Island World ARC - A warm welcome to Christmas Island The fleet has arrived and is safely moored at Flying Fish Cove After sailing 625NM from Lombok, the World ARC fleet has arrived and is safely moored at Flying Fish Cove on Christmas Island. by World Cruising Club Posted 23 Sep 08:23 UTC Extreme Weather Warnings - Don't get caught out! Extreme Weather Warnings - Don't get caught out! Users are able to see warnings throughout the PredictWind ecosystem When doing a quick check on the weather forecast, it is easy to miss the indicators which can often signal extreme weather, even when the averaged forecasted conditions are benign. by PredictWind Posted 23 Sep 04:05 UTC Royal Huisman announces the Wing 100 Royal Huisman announces the Wing 100 A dramatically innovative Royal Huisman concept that redefines supersized sailing yachts The unveiling of WING 100 celebrates the arrival of an entirely new megayacht category, say its creators, Royal Huisman, Dykstra Naval Architects and Mark Whiteley Design. by Royal Huisman Posted 22 Sep 14:32 UTC Pressing On Pressing On Or, how we temporarily swopped two hulls for two wheels OCC Roving Rear Commodore Stuart Letton tells us about Time Bandit's change of routine over the years of cruising, from moving on with the seasons to stopping to really experience the places you land. by Stuart Letton Posted 22 Sep 09:27 UTC Where do you want to go? Where do you want to go? The new professional skipper training programme from ASY If your ambition is to work in the maritime industry, you can now see your aspirations become reality with the latest addition to Andrew Simpson Yachting's sailing qualifications portfolio: The new Professional Skipper Training Programme. by Andrew Simpson Foundation Posted 22 Sep 08:00 UTC The DCSolar Power Move - Making Power Portable The DCSolar Power Move - Making Power Portable A portable solar panel is sometimes the answer, says upffront.com If you are planning a longer voyage offshore, the question of how to charge your batteries to keep your electronics running is of paramount importance. Solar or Photovoltaic (PV) panels have obvious advantages. by Naomi Copperwait Posted 21 Sep 16:00 UTC OCC Report from RoRC in the East Mediterranean OCC Report from RoRC in the East Mediterranean Doing a bit of catching up with voyaging post lockdown It seems as if I have been doing a bit of catching up with voyaging post lockdown as this year I have already had three separate cruises so my title of Roving Rear Commodore is apt. by Gareth Thomas Posted 21 Sep 08:38 UTC OCC RoRC report from the Iberian Peninsula OCC RoRC report from the Iberian Peninsula Starting in Portimao after 3 months of Brexit-enforced leave in Ireland >We started the season in Portimao after 3 months of Brexit-enforced leave in Ireland. Thankfully since then, I've been made an Irish citizen and with that comes an unlimited time in the Schengen zone. by Rhys Walters Posted 20 Sep 22:29 UTC World ARC final few days in Lombok, Indonesia World ARC final few days in Lombok, Indonesia The opportunity to experience the unique culture of the islanders During their stay on the island of Lombok, members of crew from World ARC 2022-23 have had the opportunity to experience the unique culture and ways of the islanders providing a flavour of life in Indonesia. by World Cruising Club Posted 20 Sep 15:45 UTC La Mora site: laying foundation stone on East Pier La Mora site: laying foundation stone on East Pier Set to host the show space for William the Conqueror's flagship Friday heralded the start of rehabilitation work on the site, which is set to host the show space connected to the reconstruction of La Mora, William the Conqueror's flagship. by La Mora - Guillaume le Conquérant Posted 20 Sep 10:20 UTC Green provisioning for cruising Green provisioning for cruising Don't let perfect be the enemy of good One of the things my husband, Sailors for the Sea Skipper Damon Gannon, and I love about living aboard Fulmar, our Pacific Seacraft 37, is how conscious we are about the resources we use. by Janet Gannon, Sailors for the Sea Posted 18 Sep 15:41 UTC Freedom and Adventure: Exploring New Caledonia Freedom and Adventure: Exploring New Caledonia We spent two weeks at Port Moselle Marina in Noumea We spent two weeks in Port Moselle Marina in Noumea, New Caledonia. We did not anticipate the damage to Andrew's leg, after his fishing mishap, would take so long to mend. by Andrew & Clare Payne Posted 18 Sep 11:51 UTC
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