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One short, countless activities One short, countless activities Say hello to the Henri-Lloyd Explorer Shorts Designed and built to get you out there. The Explorer shorts are high performing and feature a recycled, 4-way stretch fabric that is lightweight, water resistant and perfect for summer adventures. by Henri-Lloyd Posted 20 May 15:30 UTC Travelling Turkiye: The Black Sea and Inland Train Travelling Turkiye: The Black Sea and Inland Train Turkey has had a name change since we have been here With Red Roo having been booked and paid into the marina for a six month stay, we took advantage and used the time after winter and after all the boat jobs were done to travel Turkey. by SV Red Roo Posted 20 May 13:36 UTC ARC Europe Leg 2 Start: Thank you Bermuda ARC Europe Leg 2 Start: Thank you Bermuda The winds were kind to the fleet providing a gentle 10kts breeze from the west It was a spectacular sight in St Georges Harbour today with 27 yachts crossing the start line for Leg 2 of ARC Europe 2022. by World Cruising Club Posted 20 May 01:38 UTC Changes to Canadian distress signal requirements Changes to Canadian distress signal requirements This article discusses some of the pros and cons of the Electronic Flare option. There have been two significant changes to the Canadian Pleasure Craft (Small Vessel) Regulations that BCA members may not be aware of. by K. Barrie Letts / Bluewater Cruising Association Posted 19 May 19:38 UTC Entering and leaving France for cruisers Entering and leaving France for cruisers The Cruising Association update on Wednesday 18th May From 1 June 2022 to 30 September 2022 visitors arriving to the ports of Saint Cast and Saint Quay by sea from outside the EU may submit a 'Preavis Immigration'/Notice of Arrival form to avoid the need for passports to be stamped. by The Cruising Association Posted 19 May 15:29 UTC Will hurricane season be starting earlier? Will hurricane season be starting earlier? Let BoatUS help you prepare your boat now No, you're not going crazy. The current six-month Atlantic Hurricane Season, set in 1965, begins June 1 and runs through November 30. by Scott Croft Posted 17 May 14:48 UTC Refuelling day and prizegiving in Bermuda Refuelling day and prizegiving in Bermuda ARC Europe celebrate end of the first stage of the crossing It's been a busy day here in Bermuda with fuelling followed by Prizegiving for leg 1 with all ARC Europe crews in St Georges assembled at The Wharf Restaurant to enjoy an evening of celebrations marking the end of the first stage of the crossing. by World Cruising Club Posted 17 May 08:17 UTC Vaquitas are not impacted by inbreeding depression Vaquitas are not impacted by inbreeding depression Study finds vaquitas have high probability to recover if deaths in gillnets are immediately halted Unchecked gillnetting has pushed the world's smallest porpoise to the brink of extinction: there are roughly 10 vaquitas remaining in the Gulf of California in Mexico. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 16 May 21:45 UTC Entering and leaving France for cruisers Entering and leaving France for cruisers An update from The Cruising Association With the 2022 cruising season upon us and the pandemic restrictions eased for travel, the appeal of crossing the channel to France is attractive for many UK based sail and motor cruisers. by The Cruising Association Posted 16 May 20:02 UTC J/45 Acadia bucket list sail from France to the UK J/45 Acadia bucket list sail from France to the UK Up the west coast of France and across the English Channel to Dartmouth A very memorable delivery sail was recently completed by the brand-new J/45 ACADIA from Les Sables d'Olonne, France up the west coast of France and across the English Channel to Dartmouth, United Kingdom. by J Composites Posted 15 May 08:33 UTC CCA introduces new digital cruising guide to Maine CCA introduces new digital cruising guide to Maine The collaborative effort of dozens of CCA members The club's first digital guide is the collaborative effort of dozens of CCA members and now complements its four printed guides to the Canadian Maritimes. by Cruising Club of America Posted 15 May 00:12 UTC Hawaiian monk seal population surpasses 1,500 Hawaiian monk seal population surpasses 1,500 Estimates show that this endangered species' numbers have continued to rise The Hawaiian monk seal is one of the world's most endangered seal species. For almost 40 years, NOAA has monitored the seal's population trend, researched threats, and taken many actions to save seals. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 14 May 21:17 UTC How to use a Marine VHF Radio How to use a Marine VHF Radio Find out more in this Icom UK Knowledge Base Article Last year, Icom UK published an article that explained how to apply for a marine VHF licence. It was extremely popular in assisting their customers in navigating the issues involved in getting their licence. by Ian Lockyer, Icom UK Posted 14 May 11:00 UTC ARC Europe fleet starts to arrive in Bermuda ARC Europe fleet starts to arrive in Bermuda The atmosphere is beginning to build around the docks in St George's Half of the ARC Europe 2022 fleet have reached the shores of Bermuda and the atmosphere is beginning to build around the docks in St George's. by World Cruising Club Posted 14 May 03:06 UTC ARC Europe 2022: Welcome to Bermuda ARC Europe 2022: Welcome to Bermuda The journey has been fast with good winds from the south Steeped in history, the colourful island of Bermuda, and more specifically the town of St. George's awaits the arrival of the ARC Europe 2022 fleet. by World Cruising Club Posted 13 May 06:22 UTC New Atlantic world record attempt New Atlantic world record attempt Amateur yachtsman announces to complete the voyage on the smallest sailing vessel Amateur sailing enthusiast Andrew Bedwell is putting the final touches to his tiny 'Big C' vessel, which he aims to sail across the Atlantic and bring a World record back to Britain! by Andrew Bedwell Posted 12 May 13:28 UTC NEXe Furler NEXe Furler Effortless furling powered by Profurl The NEXe from Profurl is an easy to retrofit electrically driven Code 0 or top-down gennaker furler. With the NEXe, you can furl/unfurl your sails, from anywhere on the boat, quickly with easily, and you will never have to manually furl your sails again! by Naomi Copperweight Posted 12 May 08:00 UTC The Sailing Museum May 10th grand opening The Sailing Museum May 10th grand opening Doors officially opened to the public The Sailing Museum announced today it has officially opened its doors to the public. Located on the waterfront of downtown Newport in the historic Armory Building built in 1894, the museum offers an innovative multi-media experience. by The Sailing Museum Posted 10 May 22:21 UTC Make Trinidad and Tobago your next stop! Make Trinidad and Tobago your next stop! Sail, Service and Stay - make T&T your home away from home Sail, Service, Stay - make T&T your home away from home! by Trinidad and Tobago Posted 10 May 13:01 UTC UK Sail Training Mental Health Awareness Week UK Sail Training Mental Health Awareness Week Using sailing to improve mental wellbeing This week is national Mental Health Awareness Week, and ASTO (Association of Sail Training Organisations) is highlighting how UK Sail Training operators are helping to support communities recover mentally in the wake of the pandemic. by Association of Sail Training Organisations Posted 10 May 12:43 UTC
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