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Dutch Charts Upgrade

January 18th, 2019|0 Comments

From Stentec Navigation Our first chart release for 2019 is the well-known DKW 1800 series, based on the paper charts from the Dutch Hydrographical Service. Starting now, you can purchase the new chart sets in [...]

Using parallel rules

January 18th, 2019|0 Comments

   Chartwork Refresher Parallel rulers were first developed in the 16th century but not adopted by navigators much before the 1700s. They work with the compass rose on the chart to transfer any angle – [...]

Royal Plymouth Corinthian Yacht Clubhouse for sale

January 17th, 2019|0 Comments

With stunning views over Plymouth Sound the Royal Plymouth Corinthian YC's clubhouse has to be one of the most distinct addresses in the city. The building dates back to 1688, a hundred years after the [...]

Slats eats into Van Den Heede’s lead

January 16th, 2019|0 Comments

Golden Globe Race:  199th day at sea –  Mark Slats is 34 nM behind Van Den Heede as they come within 1600nM of the finish line Difference in distance to finish now reduced to 34.3 miles [...]

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Dutch Charts Upgrade

From Stentec Navigation Our first chart release for 2019 is the well-known DKW 1800 series, based on the paper charts from the Dutch Hydrographical Service. [...]

Royal Plymouth Corinthian Yacht Clubhouse for sale

With stunning views over Plymouth Sound the Royal Plymouth Corinthian YC's clubhouse has to be one of the most distinct addresses in the city. The [...]

SIR ROBIN KNOX-JOHNSTON – Talk at Dusseldorf

    SAILING ICON SIR ROBIN KNOX-JOHNSTON TO KICKSTART 50th ANNIVERSARY AT BOOT DUSSELDORF Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, the first person to sail solo non-stop around the [...]

Adjustable jackstays from Ocean Safety

Ocean Safety has introduced new adjustable jackstays, eliminating the need to customise pre-measured stays to be exactly the right length for the boat. The new [...]