Sunseeker International helps Macmillan Dorset bike ride raise over £60,000 during 30th anniversary

By | January 16, 2019

Over 18,500 riders have taken part since the ride began Over the last 30 years, Macmillan has raised nearly £1.5 million Sunseeker International will be supporting the ride in 2019 for a 14th consecutive year During that time it has helped raise in excess of £1 million Sunseeker International recently announced its continuing support for… Read More »

MAA’s digital marketing team expands

By | January 15, 2019

Leading marine marketing agency MAA strengthens its digital marketing team by welcoming Susannah Hart to the company as Digital Marketing Account Manager. Susannah will be responsible for the expansion of the digital marketing services offered by MAA as well as the implementation of client’s social media and online marketing campaigns. Susannah joins MAA with a… Read More »

Ocean Safety welcomes you to view key products and talk to their experts at boot Düsseldorf 2019

By | January 15, 2019

Ocean Safety welcomes you to their display at SOSTECHNIC in Düsseldorf when the show opens this Friday 19th January 2019 (see them in Hall 12/B35). Committed to continuously developing products to improve safety at sea, Ocean Safety is once again bringing innovation to Düsseldorf.  See the very latest in the Kru range of high performance… Read More »

Responsibilities after the rescue

By | January 15, 2019

Published on January 14th, 2019: New England boating columnist Joe Cooper offers his thoughts on the environmental, legal, moral, ethical and practical issues surrounding boats abandoned at sea. We are well aware of the various types of pollution and other stresses that our playground, the world’s oceans, are under these days. Plastics are the popular… Read More »

Introducing the Zero Plastic Pollution Range by Marine 16

By | January 15, 2019

Marine 16 has produced a range of biodegradable cleaners made in the UK that achieve zero harm to the marine environment and produce zero plastic pollution with a simple ‘Refill-Reuse-Recycle’ concept. The Zero range consists of three biodegradable products in compliance with MARPOL ANNEX 5 1.7.5 ‘not harmful to the marine environment’ that will cover… Read More »

British yachtsman located following All Ships Alert

By | January 14, 2019

Missing British yachtsman Robin Davie made contact with rescue authorities saying all was well three days after the UK Coastguard first broadcast an ‘All Ships Alert’. Davie, a 67 year old experienced sailor who has successfully completed three solo circumnavigations, set out from the French port of Les Sables d’Olonne, at 10:00 on Saturday 5th… Read More »

Obituary – Jeff Martin

By | January 14, 2019

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Jeff Martin on 11 January 2019 while on a ski holiday with family and friends. Jeff acted as chairman of the World Sailing Classes Committee and sat on World Sailing’s Council for many years, and was a respected and valued committee member. Jeff’s dedication… Read More »

Solid victory for Giles Scott at Ronstan Australian Finn Championship

By | January 14, 2019

Giles Scott wrapped up a great week’s sailing with two more race wins to take the overall victory at the Ronstan Australian Finn Championship in some spectacular Black Rock conditions. Nicholas Heiner secured second place, while Jake Lilley took one point off Ed Wright to move up to third, and also successful defended his Australian… Read More »