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Elan’s Impression 434 Taking out the Awards By Gael Moldán, 4:19 PM Thu 22 Dec 2005
When Navsail Australia found out that Elan’s Impression 434 was in the line-up to be declared 2006 winner at the inaugural IPC Media Marina Awards in London on 6th January, we were delighted. ...[more]


Red Sea Insurance Problems and Solutions By Sail-World, 6:59 PM Sat 17 Dec 2005
Red Sea Insurance seems to be getting more difficult to get every year. As reported to Noonsite from yachts currently in the Red Sea, Kaddar Insurance are offering insurance for the transit or cruise at competitive rates. ...[more]


Elan Etap Moody Oyster and Shipman lead in Awards By Sail World, 4:58 PM Sat 17 Dec 2005
The Slovenian built Impression 434 by Elan, ‘Unsinkable’ Etap 46DS from the Netherlands, the British Moody 49 and Oyster 72 are the sailing boats over 40ft short-listed to take out the ‘Oscars’ for the marine sporting industry. ...[more]


First Aid By Sail World, 10:11 PM Tue 6 Dec 2005
First Aid is again something that you don’t want to think you will need, but anyone going to sea for more than an hour or two could be in the situation of having to render first aid, because there’s no-one else there to do it! ...[more]


'Ham' Radio Licence By Sail World, 8:34 PM Tue 6 Dec 2005
There are several advantages for the cruising sailor to holding a Ham Radio Licence. The first of these is that you are not restricted to set band widths when using an HF Radio(spectrum access), and the second ...[more]


VHF Radio Courses By Sail World, 8:03 PM Tue 6 Dec 2005
People on boats who waste precious radio time are nothing but a pain in the *&%^^*! I am sure that all those who have heard someone talking about the big fish they just caught during a ‘quiet period’ will agree with me. ...[more]


Navigation and Seamanship By Sail World, 6:48 PM Tue 6 Dec 2005
Navigation and seamanship courses are usually conducted ashore and are included in the AYF sailing curriculum taught by sailing schools., some TAFE Colleges and the Coastguard conduct courses too. ...[more]


Sail Training By Sail World, 5:20 PM Tue 6 Dec 2005
Australian sailing schools offer courses devised to cover all aspects of sailing. Courses are graded to the individual’s standard, and include boat handling, navigation and seamanship. ...[more]


Right of Way and Who's Bigger By Sail World, 9:44 PM Fri 25 Nov 2005
The Simple Right of Way Rules...Are we on a collision course?... Meeting container ships at sea... Blackwattle anecdote... the container ship’s Captain point of view... ...[more]


Lightning strikes By Sail World, 9:34 PM Fri 25 Nov 2005
Once you are at sea, there's no use worrying about protection for the boat, and in any case, there's too much disagreement about the issues to know whose right. ...[more]


Watch keeping By Sail World, 9:28 PM Fri 25 Nov 2005
There are as many different ideas as there are cruising boats on this subject. The issues are: ...[more]


Sailing - anchoring By Sail World, 9:50 PM Thu 24 Nov 2005
From Wendy, Jervis Bay: The time to find out if your anchor is going to drag ...[more]


Sailing - wind direction By Sail World, 9:46 PM Thu 24 Nov 2005
From anonymous, Australia: In the southern hemisphere, stand with the back to the wind, and the low pressure is on your right hand side. ...[more]


Water - Saving of By Sail World, 9:44 PM Thu 24 Nov 2005
From Claudine, Sydney: I just have to tell you about this. We have just bought a new (to us) boat, and it had a salt-water tap in the galley. ...[more]


Sailing - Equipment - Main Hanks By Sail World, 9:41 PM Thu 24 Nov 2005
From Frank, Wynnum: I don’t know whether this is common knowledge or not, but a passing long range German sailor who came aboard our boat for a drink one day told me to remove all the slides..... ...[more]


Maintenance - Heads By Sail World, 9:38 PM Thu 24 Nov 2005
From Gerry, Mooloolaba: Did you know that pump out heads like salad dressing? ...[more]


Maintenance,Painting and Varnishing,non-slip areas By Sail World, 9:34 PM Thu 24 Nov 2005
From Nicola, Sydney: Forget using that hard ‘grit’ to make painted or varnished surfaces into non-slip areas.... ...[more]


Maintenance - cleaning, topsides at the waterline By Sail World, 9:27 PM Thu 24 Nov 2005
From Brett, Sydney Cleaning topsides at the water line has always been a question of hanging a line over the edge of the boat to cling onto while scrubbing. ...[more]


Pests - Cockroaches By Sail World, 9:23 PM Thu 24 Nov 2005
From Jenny, Airlie Beach: We could never work out why we were still getting cockroaches on board, no matter how careful we were not to bring cardboard boxes on board. ...[more]


Sailing – Shallow water: By Sail World, 9:15 PM Thu 24 Nov 2005
From Terry, Byron Bay: When sailing in a sandy channel where the depths are uncertain and likely to be too shallow, never sail in the middle. Why? ...[more]


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