Wednesday 24 September 2014
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News - Cruising Australia
A guide to steering without a rudder + Video - a must read and watch!!
Lost your rudder at sea? Michael Keyworth perfected a way to steer using drogues.
You scratched my seagrass!
Sailors for the Sea publishes monthly articles that translate the language of marine science into fascinating articles
Cocos Keeling Islands - Yet another paradise for the World ARC fleet
Eleven of the World ARC fleet have now arrived in their next paradise, the Cocos (Keeling) Islands.
Hurricane Odile: Two Brits missing in Mexico after yacht overturns
Paul Whitehouse and Simone Wood, from London, were in Baja California when Hurricane Odile hit Baja California.
Sailor texts girlfriend for help after yacht sinks in Bristol Channel
Man managed to get ashore on uninhabited Island, then sent his girlfriend a text message asking her to get help.
Gas safety: don’t let it go off the boil
Earlier this year two men died in their bunks of carbon monoxide poisoning caused by the highly toxic fumes.
Arctic sea ice summer minimum 2014: A scientific perspective
Dr Jeremy Wilkinson from BAS provides a scientist’s perspective on trend for decreasing Arctic sea ice.
British Virgin Islands, a taste of Caribbean cruising
The Virgin Islands are an archipelago. That part, which is a British overseas territory, is commonly referred to as BVI.
Genoa International Boat Show 2014 responding to a changing market
Three-year plan for the reorganisation and revitalisation of the most important nautical event in Italy
The Galley Guys take on the Vancouver International Boat Show
The Galley Guys hit the Vancouver International Boat Show running, checking out new boars all day long.
Are you ready to enter that marina?
Are you ready to enter that narrow canal or passage ahead that leads into the marina?
Cruising the Bay of Quinte and Thousand Islands
Each summer thousands of Western Lake Ontario sailors join the annual summer migration to the Bay of Quinte.
RYA asks for your help via AIS usage or non-usage survey
RYA is working to improve its understanding of the number and spread of leisure boaters either using or not using AIS.
Ten safe and clean refueling tips for boaters
Unlike an automobile, recreational boats have special safety needs when it comes to refueling.
World ARC fleet moored at Christmas Island
For the next 72 hours the majority of the World ARC fleet will be moored in Flying Fish Cove on Christmas Island.
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