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Racing away from hurricane season

ruisers have fled the Caribbean ahead of the start of hurricane season on 1 June. Many yacht crews had been trapped and unable to sail south out of the hurricane belt (a requirement for many insurance policies) as a result of the lockdown throughout the region. With borders

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Solid-state Radar
Although the technology has existed for some time, solid-state radar has really emerged in the past five years in the leisure boating sector. At first it was hailed as a way to reduce the weight of the radar array up on the mast and to cut power cons
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Back To Sailing: England Roadmap Unveiled
As the lockdown measures start to ease, British Marine has released its roadmap for the return to sailing in England. The guidance has been signed off by the government. The easing of lockdown is being based on data, not dates. In England, each step
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Lessons Learned
1 STAY PUT: Assume everywhere is a safe haven until you’re told otherwise. I’d actually succeeded in what I’d needed to do, everyone was safe and the boat was secure. The chain of events started when I was not able to get hold of anyone and I worried