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Invitation: La Bella Verde Previews Their New Solar Powered Catamaran At Salon Nautico 2018

Ibiza’s first zero-emission boating experience introduces ‘Ukulele’ – a new fullyelectric solar catamaran – launching this November. La Bella Verde, Ibiza’s first and only solar-powered catamaran experience introduces an all-new eco-boat, allowing companies and individuals from around the world to own and sail their very own custom built, carbon-neutral boats. …

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2019 – 2021 Nautor’s Swan Racing Calendar

After a stunning Rolex Swan Cup 2018, last September, Nautor’s Swan is now looking ahead, planning a thrilling racing season for next years. There are plenty of new, exciting events being organized for 2019 among which a new approach in Northern Europe and the Americas. In Northern Europe, the SWAN EUROPEAN REGATTA …

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Pendennis To Expand Med Presence

UK yacht-builder is investing in a new refit facility at Vilanova Grand Marina – Barcelona UK yacht refit and builder, Pendennis Shipyard, is to significantly expand its Mediterranean presence with a major investment in a refit facility located at Vilanova Grand Marina – Barcelona. Mike Carr, joint managing director at …

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Proposal To Cancel Russian Membership

The World Sailing Annual Conference, the biggest gathering of the world governing body for the sport of sailing, comes to the USA in 2018 to hold its meetings on October 27 to November 4 in Sarasota, Florida. Online details reveal several hot topics, one of which is a request from the …

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Captains Of Ships – Glen McDonnell

With three siblings and a signalling engineer (day shift) father and a nurse (night shift) mother, Glen had a happy but humble upbringing.  Living close to the rather dishevelled silty Oxley Creek inlet on Brisbane River, he spent many a day head-to-toe in mud chasing after catfish and crabs before …

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