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New IRC race to Spain
Tuesday, 22 April 2014 00:00

New IRC race to SpainThe Royal Western Yacht Club is pairing up with Gijon tourismo, Spain for a race from Plymouth to the northern Spanish resort.
Starting on 22 June, the event, which is for IRC rated yachts, is a fully crewed race across the Bay of Biscay finishing in the sunshine and hospitality of Gijon.

With entries limited to 25 boats and the high value £150 race fee, it’s imperative those wishing to take part express an early interest. The entry fee includes free berthing in Plymouth before the start and three days in the marina at Gijon. Added to which, during their stay in Gijon, entrants will be treated to tours and entertainment.

Tuesday, 22 April 2014 00:00
FAIRLINE RELEASES NEW SQUADRON 78 HARD-TOPFairline has released a new hard-top version of the Squadron 78 motor yacht. The Squadron 78 CUSTOM is now available with an integrated fixed flybridge hard-top, surrounding an electric retractable canvas roof. The new roof brings a permanent structure to the flybridge, with large sunbathing area and plenty of space for open-air entertaining.
Made of more
Monday, 21 April 2014 00:00

Made of moreWe are all familiar with the RNLI and the great work they do to safeguard our coast line; this year the life-saving charity are heading into fashion and recycling old life jackets into fashion accessories for men, including a tablet holder and wash bag. Each accessory is heartwarmingly unique, hand made with the maker’s name embossed on the swing tag, and has each had a taste of adventure around the British coast.

Price: £45 (Wash Bag); £40 (Mini Tablet Cover)

Sun’s out, wind’s steady, 40% off Bank Holiday weekend sailing with Sunsail
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Friday, 18 April 2014 09:14

sunsailWhether you want to take the family away during the school holidays, have a birthday or anniversary to celebrate, or just want to sail away with friends – there’re so many interesting places to visit from Sunsail’s base in the UK, Port Solent.

Due to its closeness to Port Solent, the Isle of Wight is probably the first destination most sailors head for and some might have seen Dippy the penguin. Dippy ordinarily lives at Seaview Wildlife Encounter and his adventures see him travel through time and space to different locations on the Isle of Wight.

Elvstrøm revolutionizes reefing
Friday, 18 April 2014 00:00

Elvstrøm revolutionizes reefingElvstrøm Sails technology team has invented the world’s first fully wind ‘reactive membrane’, creating sails that never require reefing. The revolutionary APR-1 Film contains a honeycomb weave of micro-pores, which automatically open up when wind pressure increases, exhausting excess wind through the sail. This depowers the sail, and causes acceleration and lift on the leeward side. APR-1 can be integrated into all Elvstrøm’s sail fabrics and non-delaminating membranes.