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Bermuda Triangle Mystery Solved?

British scientists believe 100-foot ‘rogue’ waves could be the reason why so many boats have been sunk in the mysterious Bermuda Triangle. The infamous body of water in the western part of the North Atlantic ocean stretches 700,000km between Florida, Bermuda and Puerto-Rico. Also known as the Devil’s Triangle, the …

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Yacht & Captain: Barnaby Henshaw-Depledge

Captains of Ships  Back in 1933, the owner of Woolworths, William Stephenson, commissioned the build of a 39 metre (130 foot) J-Class Velsheda, named after his three daughters Velma, Sheila and Daphne.  With the most advanced design for spars, rigging and sails around, she went on to compete against the …

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Hurricane Preparedness For Marinas Presented by IMI

The International Marina Institute (IMI) is hosting a three-month webinar series on hurricane topics The International Marina Institute (IMI) is hosting a three-month webinar series on hurricane topics beginning today (1 August) in advance of its one-day Hurricane Preparedness and Recovery Conference in October. Three one-hour webinars will be broadcast …

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Atlantic Marina Holdings Becomes PORT 32 Marinas

Atlantic Marina Holdings, LLC (AMH), a Charleston, South Carolina-based marina owner has announced that it is rebranding to PORT 32. Atlantic Marina Holdings has been an industry leader in the acquisition, development, redevelopment, and operation of both dry and wet slip marinas. Its current portfolio includes four high-profile Florida marinas—PGA …

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Dear Islander

August Edition 2018 Last month we were treated to the sights of the Superyacht Cup, where we spent each day spectating from our RIB, and having a couple of world class photographers onboard, Stuart Pearce and Ingrid Abery. You can see the fruits of their labour on the front cover …

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