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Cruising Northern Hemisphere Features

Protect your kit from the elements with KitBrix
by Sarah Heron
Keeping wet kit away from dry kit is easy with KitBrix's new storage system We used KitBrix's innovative system this summer and it worked brilliantly... and we spend a lot of time on the water!
Posted on 5 Oct
Hooray for the hundredth!
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS
Here is our card to the J/99, which will soon enough have 100 vessels sailing all around the world. Now if you're a British subject that means you get a letter from HRH QEII. If you're French, maybe you get one from President Macron. Certainly POTUS does to US citizens.
Posted on 26 Sep
Did someone say, Goldilocks?
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS
Flagstaff Marine's Graham Raspass had set up the informal conversation with Gianguido Girotti... Going back a good while now, well into the pre-COVID era actually, I had the distinct pleasure of being granted a one on one meeting with Beneteau's then newest employee.
Posted on 29 Aug
Romantic notions
by John Curnow, Global Editor, SailWorldCruising.com
Passport out, stamp on page, I'm off kind of thing. It's just a bit of weather… It almost doesn't matter what boat it is. Brush strokes, textures, changes in light, fine details, spray, and wind all combine to transport you. Passport out, stamp on page, I'm off kind of thing. It's just a bit of weather…
Posted on 11 Aug
Henri-Lloyd #BlueAugust
by Mark Jardine
Turning the Tide on Ocean Plastics Together Our environment and the climate are featuring heavily in the news, and it's clear that the time for action is now with sustainability needing to be part of every step that we take in our lives.
Posted on 11 Aug
The big end of town
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS
That would be 60 to 100 in the old language, so that means feet... That would be 60 to 100 in the old language. So that means feet, and whilst some will be 20-30 tons, quite a few will be double that or more. How come?
Posted on 18 Jul
The good, the incredible, and the brilliant
by John Curnow, Global Editor, SailWorldCruising.com
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.
Posted on 16 Jun
In conversation with Jelte Liebrand
by Mark Jardine
The tech-savvy navigation entrepreneur savvy navvy is the boating app that puts all your essential marine information in one place: tidal graphs, weather forecasts, automatically updated chart data, routing, GPS tracking, marina information and more. We spoke to founder Jelte Liebrand...
Posted on 6 May
More Grit!
by John Curnow, Global Editor, SailWorldCruising.com
Our good friend, inspirational sailor, champion human being: Jeanne Socrates Sounds like the title to a new Western movie. Perhaps even the sequel to True Grit. Alas, it is not. It is a reference to our good friend, inspirational sailor, and champion human being, Jeanne Socrates.
Posted on 4 May
The Chicken? Or the…
by John Curnow, Global Editor, Sail-WorldCruising.com
Yep. That would be eggs. Except what you're looking at here are smoked eggs... Yep. That would be eggs. Except what you're looking at here are smoked eggs, and I was just recently talking with Julie, the innovator who created them, somewhat by mistake...
Posted on 1 Mar
REPAIR-REWEAR: Henri-Lloyd Repair Service
by Mark Jardine
Extend the life of your technical clothing, reduce your environmental footprint Extend the life of your technical clothing, reduce your environmental footprint.
Posted on 5 Feb
One end to the other...
by John Curnow, Global Editor, Sail-WorldCruising.com
I got a sneak peak at the SV Delos Arctic trailer a while back, and swore to complete secrecy... Confession. I got a sneak peak at the SV Delos Arctic trailer a while back, and swore to complete secrecy, or face the long walk off a short pier...
Posted on 20 Dec 2020
When I was young, I did everything to excess...
by John Curnow, Global Editor, Sail-WorldCruising.com
A lot of things behind the Groupe Beneteau brand, Excess, resonate There are a lot of things behind the Groupe Beneteau brand, Excess, that resonate. Chiefly there was a bit of irony behind the name, and who doesn't like a giggle?
Posted on 16 Nov 2020
What to do?
by John Curnow. Editor, Sail-World AUS
There wasn't really a question in it; this person is very industrious To be honest, it is not really a question you have to ask of the subject of today's Editorial. She's a ball of energy with a fantastic work ethic, an enduring smile, and a certain tenacity that reminds you of the claws below a wedge-tailed eagle.
Posted on 18 Oct 2020
Reaching Back In
by John Curnow, Global Editor, Sail-WorldCruising.com
In Reaching Out, we delighted on the number and range of people who make contact with us. In Reaching Out, we delighted on the number and range of people who make contact with us.
Posted on 14 Oct 2020
Fisherman's basket, goulash, mélange
by John Curnow, Global Editor, Sail-WorldCruising.com
Well it certainly was fun to get the word goulash into a heading... Well not sure any of those work entirely, but it certainly was fun to get the word goulash into a heading. At any rate, the conglomeration we have collected here should have two things going for it...
Posted on 16 Sep 2020
Celebrating Marvin Creamer's bold circumnavigation
by David Schmidt
A geographer and university professor who circumnavigated the planet Celebrating Marvin Creamer (1916-2020), a geographer and university professor who circumnavigated the planet without any navigational instruments in the early 1980s.
Posted on 25 Aug 2020
Reaching out
by John Curnow, Global Editor Sail-WorldCruising.com
Nothing's as good as the eased sheets, a nice canter, and the nautical miles it destroys. Nothing's as good as the eased sheets, a nice canter, and the nautical miles it destroys. Alas, and ever so sadly, this missive is not about that, but it is just as positive.
Posted on 1 Aug 2020
Marine VHF Radio: Q&A with Icom's Ian Lockyer
by Mark Jardine & Ian Lockyer
Including how to get a licence and what to do in an emergency We spoke to Icom Marine's Ian Lockyer to find out a more about Marine VHF Radio including how to get a licence, what to do in an emergency and what the M1 and M2 channels are.
Posted on 7 Jul 2020
Cruising's no different
by John Curnow, Global Editor, Sail-WorldCruising.com
Just like everything else on the planet, cruising has undergone a major shake up Just like everything else on the planet, cruising has undergone a major shake up in recent times. We do feel for everyone who has been aboard and had to adapt, improvise and conquer, as a result of it.
Posted on 23 Jun 2020
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