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Wind Fills Sails but…

People often use the old saying, ‘Knowing which way the wind is blowing’ but in fact this is vital information

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Out of Sight, Out of Mind, and in Danger!

Boaters are often out of sight, depending on what size of boat you are sailing and where you are. Larger

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Don’t Know Your Left from Your Right? Hands Up, We Won’t Tell…

We do not wish to be judgmental, but some folks do not appear to know which is right and which

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Who Has Right of Way at Sea?

In Short Size Does Matter! Traditionally ‘sail before steam’ is the maxim that is often stated, and traditionally (in days

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Why is Knowing the Depth of Water Beneath Your Boat So Important?

In our experience far too many people have no idea of the depth of water beneath their boat which is

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Some Weather Terms That Boaters Need to Know

What is a Cyclone? This is a meteorological phenomenon in which a large mass of air rotates around a centre

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Heavy Weather Is Dangerous If Not Taken Seriously!!!

Only the very foolish go to sea without checking the weather beforehand and acting sensibly. Wind speeds are generally acknowledged

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Incoming Heavy Weather? Don’t know What to do?

Head for Safety, Fast! Inexperienced boaters and boaters sailing in waters unknown to them should always establish what the conditions

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Sadly, for Many Boaters the Time Has Come to Prepare for Winter, So What Should You Do Now?

Looking forward to next seasons sailing already? Outstanding! There are a few things that need to be done now so

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Subtropical Storm Alberto near 25.0N 84.2W – 447 AM EDT Sun May 27 2018

GMZ001-272100- Synopsis for the Gulf of Mexico – 447 AM EDT Sun May 27 2018 Subtropical Storm Alberto near 25.0N 84.2W

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