Sunday 29 March 2015
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News - Cruising Australia
RNLI research project - Exploring attitudes towards risk and safety
A new research project being run by Royal National Lifeboat Institution is exploring attitudes towards risk and safety.
BCA Rendezvous - Sailing the Salish Sea
Come and join us at the BCA V.I. Rendezvous while sailing the Salish Sea!
BoatUS - Anchoring restrictions under review by Florida Legislature
Today, BoatUS sent following media alert that includes a discussion of Florida House Committee Bill HWSS 15-06.
Possible lead in search for missing South African sailors
The families of three South African men have been given new cause for hope after crowd search came up with possible lead
Evil in the dark - The joys of night sailing
The human race have an inherent fear of dark, reinforced by books and movies that continually relate darkness with evil.
OceansWatch trials a climate change adaptation programme
In 2014 OceansWatch trialed a Climate Change adaptation program, in two communities in the Solomon Islands.
Mid-Island Sail Training event at Mark Bay
Bluewater Cruising Association Mid-Island Group is proud to host the second annual MIST event in Nanaimo, May 2 and 3.
Doyle Sails chosen as sailmaker for new superyacht in build at YDL
Doyle Sails have been chosen as the sail supplier to the 33.5m carbon German Frers sloop in build at YDL
Annapolis-to-Newport Race Committee announces new competition
Significant influx of performance cruising designs enabled Annapolis-to-Newport race committee to create new competition
Seasonal Cruising - The best of both worlds
Lately I’ve become interested in people who are cruising part time. Perhaps part of me is dreaming of cruising again.
First scientific stop in the Azores for the Race for Water Odyssey
Having left Bordeaux (France) on March 15, the 'Race for Water Odyssey' arrived in the Azores on Friday.
Coast Guard assists with sea turtle release off NC coast
NCWRC confirmed the location as an ideal place to release the turtles.
Vanuatu relief efforts – How you can help
Tropical Cyclone Pam roared through the East Solomons and Vanuatu as an extremely destructive category five cyclone.
Cruise Underway to Baja Rally - Kick off dinner announced
With a beautiful coastline and must-see destinations, it's no wonder why cruising to Mexico is a dream for many people.
OceansWatch aids Cyclone Pam victims
Cyclone Pam has left a huge amount of damage in its wake through the North East Solomon Islands (Temotu) and Vanuatu.
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