Sunday 01 March 2015
News - Cruising Australia
Dutch Chief Mate suspended following tragic yacht incident
On 8th June 2014 'Shoreway', a 98 metre 5000 tonne dredger collided with a Moody 31 sailing yacht 'Orca' at in Suffolk.
OceansWatch plans new expeditions to the Solomon Islands
Last year, OceansWatch trialled a Climate Change adaptation program in two communities in the Solomon Islands.
Sailors for the Sea, Cruising Club of America team up to protect ocean
Sailors for the Sea and Cruising Club of America will work together to encourage sailors to become stewards of the ocean
Last call for 'Safety at Sea' and 'Great Lakes Wind Forecasting'
Before you head offshore to cruise or race, join us for the most authoritative daylong seminar on safe seamanship
European Commission has deemed a Greek cruising tax to be lawful
European Commission considers a Greek cruising tax to be lawful following concerns from UK's Royal Yachting Association
Rescued Australian father and son are recovering fast
The Australian father and son who were rescued from their 43-foot sailboat Sunday morning were recovering Monday
10 tips from BoatUS for owners and renters
Airbnb is popular peer-to-peer lodging site, but if you want to rent boat in local area or away, you’ve got options, too
Australian father-son duo delays trip back home
Lousy weather and wonky autopilot kept 43-foot sailboat Sedona docked Monday at Conanicut Marina in downtown Jamestown
Father and son ready to embark on the journey of a lifetime
In freezing weather, the father-and-son team prepared 43-foot sailboat 'Sedona' for 8,600-nautical-mile trip back home
10 ways to protect yourself from an unwanted shark encounter
Lindsay Lyon, Shark Advocate, provides his tips on preventing a shark attack as the last days of summer roll in.
Miami International Boat Show Innovation Award winners honored
NMMA and BWI announced today winners of the 2015 Progressive Insurance Miami International Boat Show Innovation Awards
Baja Ha-Ha Cruise Rally – Overall report
Baja Ha-Ha… 750-mile cruiser rally from San Diego to Cabo San Lucas beckons with adventure, fun and memories-to-be-made
Oceans of Hope - A global voyage to change perceptions of Sclerosis
Oceans of Hope is a Sailing Sclerosis Foundation project that aims to change perceptions of Multiple Sclerosis (MS).
Cyclone Warning- Marcia heads for Queensland coast
Tropical Cyclone Marcia is moving quickly through the Coral Sea towards the Queensland coast
Wayne Ingram to enter life raft survival to raise funds for hospital
Between 18th-25th May 2015 I will spend 7 days and nights in a life raft in Portland Marina, Portland Harbour, Dorset.
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