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Book of the Week: Trade Winds Foodie By Lee Mylchreest, , 10:35 AM Wed 7 Aug 2013
The title of Rod Heikell's latest writing only hints at this book's content and coverage. Five years ago the author and his wife, Lu, set out on a circumnavigation and the opening part of The Tradewind Foodie is an account of the successive eastbound passages first to the Caribbean and then on through the Panama Canal to the Pacific, Australia and the Indian Ocean. ...[more]


Boat Books' Guide to Cruising Guides By Doug Cuming/Sail-World, 2:32 AM Sat 27 Jul 2013
Boat Books, every sailor's favourite haunt for that sailing book you didn't even know you wanted until you saw it, have put together a must-have: - a 'Guide to Cruising Guides'. The aim of the guide is to help you find the right guide book with the right advice for your sailing trip, whether you are sailing out for the day or doing a circumnavigation. ...[more]


Boat Books' Guide to Cruising Guides By Doug Cuming/Sail-World, 2:32 AM Sat 27 Jul 2013
Boat Books, every sailor's favourite haunt for that sailing book you didn't even know you wanted until you saw it, have put together a must-have: - a 'Guide to Cruising Guides'. The aim of the guide is to help you find the right guide book with the right advice for your sailing trip, whether you are sailing out for the day or doing a circumnavigation. ...[more]


Like the atmosphere of a marina? - Here's how to work in one By Des Ryan, 4:01 PM Wed 24 Jul 2013
Love sailing and hanging around marinas so much you'd like to work in one? If you think a marina work environment would beat working in an office, you'll want to know that applications are sought from suitably qualified personnel in the marina industries to apply for a scholarship to attend the Advanced Marina Management (AMM) School being held in Sydney in September. ...[more]


Like the atmosphere of a marina? - Here's how to work in one By Des Ryan, 2:48 PM Wed 24 Jul 2013
Love sailing and hanging around marinas so much you'd like to work in one? If you think a marina work environment would beat working in an office, you'll want to know that applications are sought from suitably qualified personnel in the marina industries to apply for a scholarship to attend the Advanced Marina Management (AMM) School being held in Sydney in September. ...[more]


Yacht design students for three year B.A. Degrees via partnership By The Landing School - Sail-World, 11:52 PM Mon 22 Jul 2013
The Landing School of Arundel, Maine is one of the most renowned schools in the USA for its curriculum established to provide the highest quality hands-on training in boat building. But more than that - it affords potential yacht designers excellent advantages, including a three year Bachelor's Degree. ...[more]


Yacht design students for three year B.A. Degrees via partnership By The Landing School - Sail-World, 8:17 PM Mon 22 Jul 2013
The Landing School of Arundel, Maine is one of the most renowned schools in the USA for its curriculum established to provide the highest quality hands-on training in boat building. But more than that - it affords potential yacht designers excellent advantages, including a three year Bachelor's Degree. ...[more]


Yacht design students for three year B.A. Degrees via partnership By The Landing School - Sail-World, 10:12 AM Sun 21 Jul 2013
The Landing School of Arundel, Maine is one of the most renowned schools in the USA for its curriculum established to provide the highest quality hands-on training in boat building. But more than that - it affords potential yacht designers excellent advantages, including a three year Bachelor's Degree. ...[more]


Cruising Masterclass at Sydney Boat Show - by reservation only By Rob Kothe, 8:02 AM Wed 17 Jul 2013
Maybe you know a lot about sailing, but do you know all you need to know for cruising? Are you up to date with the latest sailing aids? safety systems? Technology? Do you know all about snubbers, sentinels, Med Hooks? If the answer is no or maybe, then attend the Cruising Masterclass at the Sydney Boat Show, 3/4 August. You'll never regret it. It's free in the inaugural year but must be reserved ...[more]


North American sailors: Lessons from Sandy on fighting hurricanes By BoatUS/Sail-World Cruising, , 6:53 AM Wed 10 Jul 2013
North American Sailors: With the NOAA Climate Prediction Center forecasting an 'active or extremely active season this year,' sailors and other recreational boaters will have to make storm preparations for a likelihood of 13 to 20 named storms. ...[more]


Omani kids and a passion for sailing By Sail-World Cruising Round-up, Valencia, Spain , 3:46 AM Mon 17 Jun 2013
If you think that kids in your neck of the woods love sailing, you should see how the kids in Oman, such a recent leisure sailing country, are rushing to get a chance to get on the water and learn to sail. ...[more]


Inaugural Cruising Masterclass at the Sydney International Boat Show By Nancy Knudsen, 7:39 PM Sun 16 Jun 2013
Maybe you know a lot about sailing, but do you know all you need to know for cruising? Are you up to date with the latest sailing aids? safety systems? Technology? Do you know all about snubbers, sentinels, Med Hooks? If the answer is no or maybe, then attend the Cruising Masterclass at the Sydney Boat Show, 3/4 August. You'll never regret it. It's free in the inaugural year but must be reserved ...[more]


Review: Why do so many Kiwis own a boat but never go to sea? By Voxy/Sail-World, , 4:49 PM Wed 5 Jun 2013
New Zealand claims to have more boats per head of population than any other country in the world. In Auckland alone, nearly one adult in eleven owns a boat. Surprisingly though, as Matt Vance reveals in his coming book How to Sail a Boat, the vast majority never take them out to sea. ...[more]


Book of the Week: 'Perfect Passage Planning' by Alistair Buchan By Sail-World Cruising, , 1:47 PM Mon 3 Jun 2013
Planning and carrying out a successful, safe and enjoyable passage is a real art, and this book covers the whole process, from planning before setting off to fine tuning once underway. ...[more]


Book of the Week: 'Perfect Passage Planning' by Alistair Buchan By Sail-World Cruising, 12:32 PM Mon 3 Jun 2013
Planning and carrying out a successful, safe and enjoyable passage is a real art, and this book covers the whole process, from planning before setting off to fine tuning once underway. ...[more]


'Memoirs of a Cruising Dog', sailing on South Islander By Amanda Spottiswoode, Salt Spring Island , 5:48 AM Wed 22 May 2013
In the maze of islands straddling the border between Vancouver and USA, doggie boaters have had to rely on perfunctory walks ashore with their boating owners. Now there's a travel guide for four-legged cruisers in 'South Islander, Memoirs of a Cruising Dog'. The book is as charming and readable as it is useful and cruising sailors everywhere in the world will wish they had the same. ...[more]


Book review: A Thousand Miles from Anywhere, Sandra Clayton By Doug Cuming, Boat Books, 10:14 AM Sun 12 May 2013
A Thousand Miles from Anywhere is a narration by Sandra Clayton of the third part of their sailing adventures, covering their journey across the Atlantic on a forty foot catamaran. Inspiringly for anyone else contemplating blue water cruising in middle age, she and her husband David sail two handed from Madeira to Florida, stopping at the Canaries, Cape Verde Island, then through the Caribbean. ...[more]


Book review: A Thousand Miles from Anywhere, Sandra Clayton By Doug Cuming, Boat Books, 8:21 AM Sun 12 May 2013
A Thousand Miles from Anywhere is a narration by Sandra Clayton of the third part of their sailing adventures, covering their journey across the Atlantic on a forty foot catamaran. Inspiringly for anyone else contemplating blue water cruising in middle age, she and her husband David sail two handed from Madeira to Florida, stopping at the Canaries, Cape Verde Island, then through the Caribbean. ...[more]


Book Feature: Dag Pike's Cruising under Sail By Des Ryan, , 12:44 AM Mon 29 Apr 2013
This is a highly practical book, taking cruisers through all the steps from departure to arrival at their destination. ...[more]


Cruisers University - get your degree in cruising! By Nancy Knudsen, 10:01 AM Sat 13 Apr 2013
If you are within reach of Annapolis, Maryland, USA and have ambitions to go long range cruising - or even just improve your sailing and cruising skills - you'll want to be at the Cruisers University, an 'all you need to know' event at the Annapolis Spring Sailboat Show, April 25-28. ...[more]


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