Category Archives: Marine

Tecsew kick off anniversary with transformation

By | May 24, 2019

Tecsew are pleased to announce the launch of their revamped logo to begin the celebrations of 35 years in business! The iconic logo has been spruced up by local graphics company, Artworks Design, who created it 20 years ago. Directors John and Ally expressed their delight with the improved design, “Tecsew is pleased to have… Read More »

Shipyard Supply Co. launches new davit crane for superyachts

By | May 24, 2019

Superyacht deck hardware company adds to product range in response to industry demand Superyacht deck equipment specialist Shipyard Supply Co (SSCo) has revealed details of its new davit crane.  Designed for superyachts of all sizes, the davit crane has been developed in response to an increase in demand for large format inflatables. SSCo commercial manager… Read More »

Cruising the English Channel – A one-day seminar hosted by the CA’s Suffolk Section

By | May 22, 2019

Sailors who don’t keep their boats in the ports of the English Channel, for example those on the East Coast of England, may never even have considered the Channel as offering rich cruising grounds; rather it’s a piece of water that requires crossing to get from A to B. However, nothing is further from the… Read More »

China Yachting Association visits Clipper Race Training Centre

By | May 22, 2019

The special relationship between the Clipper Race and China is continuing to strengthen and grow, with the UK training hub playing host to the China Yachting Association. Following a World Sailing event in London, the President of the China Yachting Association (CYA), Zhang Xiaodong, was invited to the Clipper Race Training Centre in Gosport in… Read More »

WesCom Signal and Rescue showcases its commitment to safety training at Nor-Shipping 2019

By | May 22, 2019

4 – 7 June 2019 | Oslo | Stand C01-05 Global supplier of marine distress signals, WesCom Signal and Rescue confirms it will be exhibiting this year at Nor-Shipping, the bi-annual event which attracts key decision makers in maritime industries from across the world. In support of its many distributors and partners around the world,… Read More »

“Barnacles: When I first saw them on the bottom before reaching Hobart, I knew my race was over.” Tapio Lehtinen

By | May 22, 2019

Dateline: 20/05/2019, Les Sables d’Olonne, France Barnacle growth was the root cause of Finnish skipper Tapio Lehtinen’s slow solo circumnavigation but the 110 day difference between his and Race winner Jean-Luc Van Den Heede’s time was definitely enjoyable. “I have certainly got my money’s worth from the entry fee.” Tapio had joked with Race organiser… Read More »