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Ocean Village Marina in United Kingdom

Ocean Village Marina in United KingdomOcean Village Marina in United Kingdom

Summary Ocean Village Marina is situated in the shelter of Southampton Water and offers berths for yachts up to 90m LOA. The marina boasts outstanding recreational facilities including a number of on-site shops, cinemas, restaurants and bars. Description Situated in the shelter of Southampton Water, Ocean Village Marina combines outstanding recreational facilities with a central location; only 75 miles southwest ...

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Marina Porto Montenegro

Marina Porto Montenegro

Summary Located in the beautiful UNESCO Bay of Kotor, Porto Montenegro combines a spectacular destination with a world-class marina village. An ideal homeport for superyachts, the marina is complemented by spacious waterside residences and a 5* Regent Hotel. Description  Porto Montenegro offers marina guests and crew a full homeport solution amidst one of the world’s most spectacular cruising grounds. The ...

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Rolex Sydney Hobart- fleet to match the occasion

Rolex Sydney Hobart

Entries for the 70th edition of the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race officially closed on the evening of Friday 31 October. The resulting line-up of 119 yachts – set to be the event’s largest in a decade – is befitting of such a historic occasion. The presence of five 100 foot Maxis will steal the useds headlines, but the impressive ...

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Route du Rhum

Route du Rhum

Route du Rhum – Never Enough After the waves of Ultimes finished into Pointe a Pitre, expected next are the Multi 50 and the IMOCA60s. And in both classes today the respective leads now seem to be a little more decisive. Erwan Le Roux in the Multi50s is well positioned while Francois Gabart now has clear daylight between his Macif ...

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Route du Rhum Joyon, the six times master

Route du Rhum

Joyon, the six times master sixth and Rhum rookie Elies seventh Joyon, the six times master sixth and Rhum rookie Elies seventh The final order of the Ultime fleet ends to reflect a certain pattern as the master of solo multihull round the world sailing Francis Joyon passed solo Transatlanti rookie Yann Elies in the final 50 miles of the ...

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Marine Watermaker

Sea Clear Watermaker™

Marine Sea Clear Watermaker™ The Boat Watermaker Designed For Cruisers By Cruisers Stop mentally tallying the gallons while the crew showers and rinses the decks. Sea Clear’s high pressure belt / engine-drivenand electric / generator-driven watermakers fill your tanks with 20 – 40 gallons of fresh, pure, great-tasting water per hour. Convenient. The Sea Clear Watermaker™ system significantly increases your self-sufficiency ...

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Best Cruise Ships

cruise ships

Even identical twins have different personalities, and so it is with twin 122,000-ton cruise ships. You may deck them out the same, they may hit the same ports, but slight tweaks to layout, amenities, and crew—even the entertainment choices and talking heads—add up to an ambience unique to each ship. And as the number of ocean cruising and river ships ...

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Sunreef Yachts catamaran in Qatar

Sunreef Yachts

70 Sunreef Power Sunreef Yachts has announced they will be attending the upcoming Qatar International Boat Show held between the 11th and 15th November in Doha, where they will disclose further details of its custom power and sailing catamaran-superyachts as well as exhibit the 70 Sunreef Power Damrak II. The 21.33 metre luxury catamaran is described by the shipyard as ...

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Yann Guichard, Spindrift2 2nd in Guadeloupe Solo on the biggest racing trimaran in the world

Yann Guichard

When he crossed the finish line off Pointe-a-Pitre Guadeloupe at 18:18:46 hrs UTC/19:18:46 CET/14:18:46 hrs local time this Monday 10th November, Yann Guichard, solo skipper of the world’s biggest racing trimaran Spindrift 2, finished in second place in the 10th edition of La Route du Rhum-Destination Guadeloupe. He took 8d 5h 18mn 46sec‏ at an average 17.95 knots, to complete the ...

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Zeus Touch Sailing Electronics From B&G

B&G Zeus Touch

I spent last Saturday on a friend’s sailboat at a cruising fleet race hosted by our local yacht club. As we approached the windward mark, there was much discussion as to when to tack, and in the end, we overstood—and then spent the next leg debating the benefits of “coming in hot.” This would not have happened had we had ...

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