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  • Gilet for the summer

    For staples that will carry every look, clean lines are a must as well as pieces that offer a practical touch. A gilet is a great way to compromise for the Great British summertime; worn with a pair of light wash denims, colourful tee and brown boots you ...
  • Ultimate boat party accessory

    The Soulra Rugged Rukus is a small, all-terrain, portable, solar-powered, wireless sound system. Being water resistant and crash proof, it’s ideal for use on a boat or at a beach party. The speaker connects wirelessly to any Bluetooth enabled device, de...
  • High-speed RIB rides to Bestival

    Festival Transfers is offering visitors to Bestival (4-7 September / www.bestival.net) the chance to kick-start their festival weekend with a high-speed RIB crossing from Portsmouth to Ryde for £32 per person return (or £17 one way). Travelling from Gu...
  • St Kat’s boating festival

    A collection of vessels - including Dunkirk Little Ships, Thames sailing barges, steam tugs, Bermudian sloops, and wooden river cruisers - were on display at previous years, and the popular event is certain to be another exciting showcase of historic and ...
  • St Kat’s boating festival

    A collection of vessels - including Dunkirk Little Ships, Thames sailing barges, steam tugs, Bermudian sloops, and wooden river cruisers - were on display at previous years, and the popular event is certain to be another exciting showcase of historic and ...
  • BURSARIES FOR LUCRATIVE SUPERYACHT CAREER UP FOR GRABS

    School leavers (unable to secure or fund a place at conventional university) and young workers seeking an alternative career path, would do well to consider the highly professional and burgeoning international maritime sector. Isle of Wight-based youth e...
  • Cowes online

    The new Cowes Harbour Commission website is now live, the result of a successful collaboration between the harbour authority and two Isle of Wight companies, project managers Solent Communications, and internet business solutions provider Netguides Limite...
  • Summer with Joules

    One look at the high street reveals that we are overwhelmed with statement tops, which offer texture and cool pastels, and this top from Joules offers all you need. RRP: £69.95www.joules.co.uk...
  • Splash of style

    Designer and manufacturer of water sports and travel gear Overboard, has unveiled its new Urban Safe range of protective and waterproof 20L Dry Tube Bags. Available in six exciting colours, the durable Urban Safe Dry Tube Bag is made from heavy duty ...
  • Double benefit for Lifeboat

    Cowes lifeboat station has benefitted from two very different recent fund-raising efforts, one involving staff of the Southampton based Ordnance Survey offices and another concerning the annual National Sailing Championships for firefighters. Ordnance Su...
  • Garmin Celebrates 25th Anniversary

    Garmin celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. In 1989, Co-Founders Garry Burrell and Dr. Min Kao set out with a vision to utilise GPS technology for the consumer market. Over the course of the last 25 years, Garmin has made that vision a reality and p...
  • Round The Island Race Chart

    Celebrate and remember your 2014 J.P. Morgan Asset Management Round the Island Race with a personalised chart of the Isle of Wight, complete with your yacht’s individual race track, the event title, date, yacht’s name, class and elapsed time.Printed u...
  • Lizzy Foreman sets sail

    One of the bright new talents on the British solo offshore sailing scene, Lizzy Foreman, from Worcester Park in Surrey, will spend her 24th birthday heading round the Isle of Wight in the annual J.P. Morgan Asset Management Round the Island Race on her Mi...
  • GBR takes on Youth Olympics

    Great Britain is set to be represented for the first time in the Youth Olympic Games dinghy events, with the British Youth Sailing Team’s Hanna Brant securing a qualifying berth in the Byte CII class for the Games to be held in Nanjing, China, 16-28 Aug...
  • GBR takes on Youth Olympics

    Great Britain is set to be represented for the first time in the Youth Olympic Games dinghy events, with the British Youth Sailing Team’s Hanna Brant securing a qualifying berth in the Byte CII class for the Games to be held in Nanjing, China, 16-28 Aug...
  • Henri Lloyd shorts

    A pair of shorts will see you from June to September. This pair from Henri Lloyd looks set to fit the bill; the lightweight material and contrast colour stripe will command a shirt and chill out with a tee. Wear with a pair of boat shoes or black leather ...
  • World’s deepest waterproof camera

    The PowerShot D30 is Canon’s new travel camera claims to be the world’s deepest waterproof camera, as well as shockproof for drops of up to 2.0m, freeze proof to minus 10 degrees Celsius and dustproof. Designed for adventure, the PowerShot D30 is...
  • Approval for new VOR boats

    Five Volvo Ocean Race 2014-15 boats have already covered around 30,000 nautical miles in their pre-event preparations, giving both teams and event organisers the opportunity to test equipment and crews on land and sea. The training runs have visited seve...
  • Sir Ben Ainslie announces America's Cup bid

    Olympic gold medallist Sir Ben Ainslie was today joined by the Duchess of Cambridge as he launched Britain's bid to win the 35th America's Cup which takes place in 2017. Ainslie has said that he hopes Red Bull Formula 1 design chief Adrian Newey will hel...
  • Mystery wreck

    One of England’s most important 17th century shipwrecks, the London, which is rapidly deteriorating on the seabed off Southend-on Sea in Essex, is being excavated by English Heritage and Cotswold Archaeology to discover and retr...