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  • Blackwater Sailing Club
  • My Life: Making Waves
  • CA launches a topical South West Soundings Podcast
  • Withdrawal symptoms for Bob & Maggie Murrell
  • Withdrawal symptoms for Bob & Maggie Murrell
  • Withdrawal symptoms for Bob & Maggie Murrell
  • 406Day raises awareness about the benefits of 406 MHz emergency beacons
  • 406Day raises awareness about the benefits of 406 MHz emergency beacons
  • Steve Leeson – newly appointed Sales Manager for Fairline Yachts in the Americas.
  • The Story of the GRP Solent Sunbeams
  • Salcombe Early May Yawl Open
  • Salcombe Early May Yawl Open
  • Fast Track Sailing in the Salcombe Estuary - Upwind from the start line to Blackstone
  • The recent Victorian Sabre States saw a fleet of 69 boats
  • The Sabre has a highly-recognisable sail with the red tip
  • The class is sailed in all six states around Australia
  • Sabres are suited to a wide range of sailing backgrounds
  • Sabre racing is always close and competitive
  • World A Class Calendar postponed by one year
  • Rooster Splicing Tool Kit
  • Glo-lite torch
  • Glo-lite Horseshoe
  • Florian Gruber tacks onto starboard on the top layline
  • Seconds after the start
  • Théo de Ramecourt mid-crash
  • Garage finds
  • Garage finds
  • Maynard Bray's Insider Tour of Herreshoff Marine Museum
  • North Sails Weekly Debrief
  • Kinsale Dragons still planning for the Gold Cup
  • TP52 V5 - Coastal Classic 2019 - October 2019 - Waitemata Harbour, Auckland
  • FR3 sailing
  • FR1 'Michele' with Moggy and crew Mavis in 1954
  • Fowey River club racing in 2019
  • Royal Fowey Regatta 2016
  • Stay Home - Talk Solo webinar
  • - Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli - February 2020 - Cagliari, Sardinia
  • - Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli - February 2020 - Cagliari, Sardinia
  • - Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli - February 2020 - Cagliari, Sardinia
  • - Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli - February 2020 - Cagliari, Sardinia
  • - Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli - February 2020 - Cagliari, Sardinia
  • Graeme Spence spinning handles on the land based grinding machine
  • The walk around decks made it easy for the girls to get on and off the boat. Also... a water gun fight.
  • The girls couldn't get enough of the water. Easy access from the swim platform.
  • Back to the simple way of life! A little rock, paper scissors!
  • Getting ready to get onboard our plan to the BVI!
  • You can't beat the beautiful waters. We enjoyed swimming at the Dogs. A great snorkeling spot as well.
  • The girls excited as we left Wickman's Cay towards Norman Island.
  • Emilie wanted to take the helm while headed to Leverick Bay.
  • The girls slept the night very peacefully. And even during nap time.
  • Practicing my captain skills with Sailtime in Annapolis onboard the Sun Odyssey 349.
  • We woke up to a rainbow when moored in The Bight.
  • We all enjoyed dancing at CocoMaya to the DJ!
  • Our last night in Great Habour on Peter Isalnd.
  • Olivia, Myself, and Danielle enjoying our cocktails at the Pirate's Night Kickoff Party.
  • We ventured to the Baths. A great spot to see. Bucket list worthy!
  • Part of our Rendezvous Crew at Leverick Bay.
  • The girls all dressed up and ready for the Pirate Party at Pirate's Bight.
  • We had the Harvey Family   the rest of the Jeanneau Team over for dinner   happy hour. We grilled burgers and hotdogs. Who knew you could fit 14 people in the cockpit of the SO 410?
  • The girls had a blast in each new place we moored.
  • My  crew: Chris, Myself, Caitlin (6), Emilie (4).
  • We enjoyed dinner at CocoMaya in Spanish Town on Virgin Gorda. Beautiful sunset!
  • Watermelon! A great snack for onboard!
  • Clinkerfest postponed to 2021
  • Virtual sailing at Rudyard Lake Sailing Club
  • Fowey Gallants Sailing Club Spring Series
  • Fowey Gallants Sailing Club Spring Series
  • Hugo Boss full with coachroof and solar panels partially removed - Keel and boat repairs following TJV incident - November 4, 2019 - Canary Islands
  • For a singlehander the IMOCA 60 features a myriad of control systems- Hugo Boss - Keel and boat repairs following TJV incident - November 4, 2019 - Canary Islands
  • The old keel shattered its pin and was retained in the boat only by the hydralic cables just visible at the top of this shot of the new keel - Hugo Boss - Keel and boat repairs following TJV incident - November 4, 2019 - Canary Islands
  • The 15ft (4.5mtr) draft of the IMOCA60 is evident in this shot along with the substantial foredeck  - Hugo Boss - Keel and boat repairs following TJV incident - November 4, 2019 - Canary Islands
  • Tripped rudders are designed to lift in UFO contact - Hugo Boss - Keel and boat repairs following TJV incident - November 4, 2019 - Canary Islands
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