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Break a mast? Every Sailor's Nightmare By Rob Starkey, 6:41 AM Thu 12 Jan 2006
Windsong is a fast cruising boat which is primarily used by its owners Rob Starkey and Donna Rohrs for pleasure cruising from the Broken Bay cruising grounds just north of Sydney. In this intimate story Rob recounts the nightmare we all fear, breaking a mast. ...[more]


Retrieving your Anchor By Sail-World, 3:47 AM Thu 12 Jan 2006
Retrieving your Anchor ...[more]


Top Gadgets of the London Boat Show By Nancy Knudsen, London , 11:55 AM Wed 11 Jan 2006
After spending two long foot-weary days at the London Boat Show, we've picked the top gadgets for their innovativeness, usefulness, and good design. ...[more]


New Products 5th January, 2006 By Sail-World, 7:16 AM Thu 5 Jan 2006
New airconditioning system for cruising boats and new design quiet water pressure pumps in this week's IBI new products: ...[more]


Azipods Acclaimed as Success on Superyacht Air By David Foxwell, 5:01 PM Wed 4 Jan 2006
The superyacht Air, the first yacht equipped with Azipod propulsors (in the form of a pair of 2,500kW Compact Azipod units), has successfully completed an initial six months of operation, as Azipod manufacturer ABB Marine reported recently. ...[more]


Insurance Tips By Sail-World, 7:25 PM Mon 2 Jan 2006
Browse through this list before contacting your insurance company or broker: ...[more]


New Products 21DEC05 By Sail-World, 7:00 PM Sun 1 Jan 2006
DIAMOND SHIELD SEALANT-'NEVER USE WAX AGAIN'; Sodiff 10.4 TFT LCD Monitor SDM-1042,outdoors-high brightness,waterproof ...[more]


Dinghies By Sail-World, 12:48 AM Thu 29 Dec 2005
The Outboard Dinghy – Small motor? Large motor? No Motor?…and Why? ...[more]


Great Glossary By Sail-World, 9:14 PM Wed 28 Dec 2005
Trying to find the meaning of that elusive sailing term? ...[more]


Provisioning - bananas By Sail-World, 8:54 AM Sat 24 Dec 2005
How to keep bananas for a sailing voyage ...[more]


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]


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