Sunday 20 April 2014
News - Cruising (Northern hemisphere)
Product of the Week: Marine Film
Keeping some Marine Film in a locker can take the stress out of life until a proper repair - Product of the Week
The jury is back: Storms deeper and stronger from world pollution
Are storms getting worse, or is it just my imagination? No, for the first time, scientists have proved it
Annapolis Book of Seamanship - the latest update
Annapolis Book of Seamanship was never truly out of date, but the update by author John Rousmaniere is worthwhile
Britain's RYA Push the Boat Out begins May 17
People of all ages and abilities will have the opportunity to discover sailing on 17-18 May with RYA Push the Boat Out.
Rescue of Canadian sailor by Swedes north of New Zealand
Recently we published the news story of the rescue of solo cruising sailor Art Munneke. Here now is the graphic account
Springtime Greening: Boaters Tips for Earth Day
what can boaters do to keep the waters healthy? Here are 3 easy tips from the BoatUS Foundation that any boater can do
Christmas Caribbean Rally - It's on again in 2014
Sailing Rallies are pleased to announce that the 2014 Christmas Caribbean Rally is set to be even better.
Austrian sailor crosses the Atlantic in 4.9m FIPOFIX in 87 days
Austrian sailor Harald Sedlacek, son of Norbert, crosses the Atlantic in 4.9m volcanic fiber boat FIPOFIX in 87 days
Piracy down but Somali pirates? Yes they are still there.
Recent piracy analysis gives cause for concern and serves as a reminder to all seafarers to remain vigilant
3G/4G Hi-Speed Coastal Marine Broadband System, just launched in UK
British sailors are to benefit from a new 3G/4G Hi-Speed Coastal Marine Broadband System, just launched.
British rescuers go for their own circumnavigation challenge
Rescuers are usually in the picture only when sailors' plans go awry. Now some rescuers keen to change that.
How sailors really do have a voice in the future of our oceans
This Oceans Watch Essay, talks about how sailors really do have a voice in the future of our oceans.
Message-in-a-bottle record - 102 years
A message in a bottle tossed in the sea in Germany 101 years ago is believed to be the world's oldest.
Sailing lesson, Number One hot tip: Watch the video
This sailing video contains a very strong message. Maybe you won't understand a word, but don't let that deter you.
IYRS Boats and careers to be launched on May 31st
On Saturday, May 31, students from IYRS’ three accredited programs will graduate from their respective schools.
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