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Pantaenius 2022 - SAIL LEADERBOARD - ROW
The Evolution of the Load Pin The Evolution of the Load Pin Few adaptations have had quite the impact of the load pin Innovative sailors are constantly observing other fields and looking for new technologies that have the potential to change the way they sail. Few adaptations have had quite the impact of the load pin. by Cyclops Marine Posted 20 May 14:02 UTC Sail away to iconic Argyll coast hotel Sail away to iconic Argyll coast hotel Guests to the area can find a safe anchorage at The Pierhouse Hotel Marine travellers are encouraged to embark on a voyage of discovery and visit Argyll and the Isles on the west coast of Scotland, as the region launches its bid to become Scotland's Sustainable Sailing Capital. by Argyll and Isles Tourism Cooperative Posted 19 May 10:10 UTC New look and feel for MyBoat New look and feel for MyBoat GJW Direct's boating organiser is great for managing your boat-related admin MyBoat takes the hassle out of sailing and leaves you more time to enjoy life on the water. Plus, all GJW Direct policyholders automatically get access to discounts on top marine brands, via the MyBoat website. by GJW Direct Posted 18 May 11:00 UTC Introducing the IP-M60 Introducing the IP-M60 The World's First* LTE & VHF Marine Hybrid Transceiver Designed to meet the evolving needs of maritime professionals, the IP-M60 combines the reliability of traditional VHF communications with the versatility of 4G LTE connectivity providing users with communication covering both land & at sea. by Icom UK Posted 17 May 06:08 UTC Loads of amenity - Goes like a cut cat Loads of amenity - Goes like a cut cat As the first Cure 55 steps closer to being splashed it looked more like a Purosangue to me As the first Cure 55 steps ever closer to being splashed, I could not help thinking that it was a lot like the Ferrari Purosangue. More space than your typical two-seat hypercar, yet with the punch to dispatch distances and pretenders with complete ease. by John Curnow, Global Editor, SailWorldCruising.com Posted 16 May 23:00 UTC World ARC 2024-25 - Leg 5 departs Bora Bora World ARC 2024-25 - Leg 5 departs Bora Bora The small South Pacific island of Niue is the next port of call For their next port of call, to the small South Pacific island of Niue, the World ARC fleet divides into two groups. by World Cruising Club Posted 16 May 20:15 UTC World ARC 2024-25 - Beautiful Bora Bora World ARC 2024-25 - Beautiful Bora Bora The Pearl of the Pacific When you take in the iconic and striking mountainous backdrop, coupled with a mesmerising lagoon and an array of white-sand beaches, it's easy to see why Bora Bora is nicknamed "the Pearl of the Pacific". by World Cruising Club Posted 16 May 08:45 UTC David, Jean-Pierre and Béatrice aboard Excess 14 David, Jean-Pierre and Béatrice aboard Excess 14 Follow the adventures of catamaran enthusiasts! In the second video of the series, you will meet David, our experienced skipper and Tahiti dealer, aboard Jean-Pierre and Béatrice's Excess 14! by Excess Catamarans Posted 16 May 06:45 UTC Rapid progress on wallywind110 and wallyrocket51 Rapid progress on wallywind110 and wallyrocket51 2024 will be a milestone year for Wally's sailing division Excitement is growing at Wally as work nears completion on two exceptional sailing boats, as different from each other as night and day. by Wally Posted 15 May 14:25 UTC Ancasta to present stellar lineup Ancasta to present stellar lineup World-leading brands set for British Motor Yacht Show in Southampton The renowned yacht brokerage firm Ancasta is thrilled to be showcasing a stellar line-up of yachts from a selection of world-leading brands at this year's British Motor Yacht Show, taking place at Southampton's Swanwick marina on the UK's South Coast. by Ancasta Posted 15 May 11:00 UTC ARC Europe 2024 is arriving in Bermuda ARC Europe 2024 is arriving in Bermuda The first boat due to arrive on the docks in St George's Harbour on 16 May ARC Europe 2024 is arriving on the beautiful island of Bermuda! 18 out of the 34 boats in the fleet are on their way from St Maarten (Leg 1), with the first boat due to arrive on the docks in St George's Harbour on 16 May. by World Cruising Club Posted 15 May 08:47 UTC NOAA partners with U.K. anglers and scientists NOAA partners with U.K. anglers and scientists Study to focus on movement ecology of blue sharks in the eastern North Atlantic NOAA shark researchers are kicking off an international science initiative this month to tag up to 2,000 mature blue sharks off the coast of the United Kingdom. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 14 May 08:28 UTC Traffic Reports Traffic Reports A Traffic Report (TR) is a pre-departure summary of a voyage Maritime authorities recommend boaters always have a detailed Traffic Report on file with designated shoreside individuals and marine agencies. And perhaps your yacht club or marina office and/or dockmate(s) and harbourmaster. by Joan Wenner Posted 14 May 07:16 UTC The Last Days of the Schooner America The Last Days of the Schooner America The silver cup she won that day is still coveted by sportsmen The schooner America was a technological marvel and a child star. In the summer of 1851, just weeks after her launching at New York, she crossed the Atlantic and sailed to an upset victory against a fleet of champions. by David Gendell Posted 13 May 23:52 UTC J/45 Mainsail Roller Furler Boom video J/45 Mainsail Roller Furler Boom video Demonstration of the mainsail furling boom in Les Sables d'Olonne, France Enjoy this video demonstration of the mainsail furling boom from the Danish brand FURLERBOOM on a J/45 from the J/Composites shipyard based in Les Sables d'Olonne, France. by J Composites Posted 13 May 15:00 UTC Rice's whale habitat in the Gulf of Mexico Rice's whale habitat in the Gulf of Mexico NOAA Fisheries published research findings that characterize the habitat NOAA Fisheries published research findings in Endangered Species Research that characterize the habitat of endangered Rice's whales based on oceanographic parameters such as depth, temperature, salinity, and chlorophyll-a concentration. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 13 May 14:14 UTC Beneteaus bring smiles to battle rain Beneteaus bring smiles to battle rain A forecast of up to 50mm of rain was nowhere near enough to deter the loyal Beneteau enthusiasts A forecast of up to 50mm of rain was nowhere near enough to deter the loyal Beneteau enthusiasts for the annual Beneteau Pittwater Regatta by Flagstaff Marine. During the morning's Champagne breakfast and briefing the heavens did indeed open up by Flagstaff Marine/John Curnow Posted 13 May 05:56 UTC Ship to Shore: Live from Research Vessel Sikuliaq Ship to Shore: Live from Research Vessel Sikuliaq Join researchers from NOAA Fisheries on board Join researchers from NOAA Fisheries and other organizations on board the research vessel Sikuliaq for in-person Ship to Shore events! by NOAA Fisheries Posted 12 May 16:52 UTC Welcome aboard, James and Somira! Welcome aboard, James and Somira! Now part of the Colligo Marine crew, offering sales and rigging support With James' 40 years as a licensed captain and their shared experience sailing the Southern Ocean, they're truly a dream team. This brings a unique perspective when it comes to understanding Colligo Marine's product line. by Colligo Marine Posted 12 May 15:05 UTC New bid for Scotland's Adventure Coast New bid for Scotland's Adventure Coast To be named Scotland's Sustainable Sailing Capital A leading destination management organisation is today (Sunday 12 May) launching a new bid for Argyll and the Isles on the west coast of Scotland to be named as Scotland's Sustainable Sailing Capital. by Argyll and Isles Tourism Cooperative Posted 12 May 14:02 UTC
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