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It is Boating Safety Week so we thought we'd introduce you to one of the coolest, simplest and most affordable man-overboard recovery devices we've ever seen. It is totally modern and uses an app partnered with a smartphone and a wearable beacon that broadcasts a person's position in the water.
French skipper Kito de Pavant was enduring an anxious wait this afternoon aboard his Bastide Otio after he struck an object which destroyed his keel housing, ripped off his aft keel mountings and left the appendage supported only by the hydraulic keel ram. De Pavant, from the Occitanie region in
Mother Nature played a significant role in day five's sailing competition. Heavy winds and brackish waters enveloped Guanabara Bay on Olympic Day 5. Several races were delayed due to the harsh conditions, while one race, the third of three mixed Nacra 17 races, had to be postponed all
(published April 2016) Sun sparkled on the water on a perfect late fall day as I joined my friends getting a Hallberg-Rassy 43 ready in her slip and pulling the spinnaker on deck. We were soon clear of the marina and rolling out the in-mast furling mainsail and big orange
Meet Monique, a hen, who is currently on a global adventure with her human Guirec Soudée. The travel tales of these two sailors have now gone viral on the internet as Mr Soudée posted a video of their journey across North Pole region. (Read more)
How to get the most out of sharing your sailing experiences using modern video cameras (published December 2013) Since the very beginning of sailing, sea stories of giant waves and monsters as told by sailors have captivated and enthralled audiences the world over. These days with modern waterproof cameras we’ve