Month: March 2021

Rupert Holmes takes a look at some of the lates marine electronics to hit the market in 2021. It seems every year the technology available to sailors is improving and broadening and 2021 is already delivering innovative new marine electronics from radical new ideas to improvements on well-known technology. Extra wide 210D chartplotter has two
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Gloves are crucial if you ever expect the weather to get frosty “The weather is rough and unpredictable,” says August Sandberg, skipper of our Swan 48, Isbjørn, and a native Norwegian, having grown up on an island outside Bergen at 60 degrees north latitude. “The sun never rises. The sky is dark, and the air
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Removing the mast in anticipation of the re-rig: it’s a job more easily done on the hard  It was blowing 25 knots when the inner forestay let go. Eclipse, my 1984 Tayana 42, was screaming along on a broad reach just south of Saint Thomas. I had gone to raise the staysail, and upon putting
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The freezer finally showed up! This week I install an Isotherm BI53 freezer and get Obelix ready for sale (minus a deck wash). *** Links *** Sail Life Shop: https://saillifeshop.com/ Sail Life on Patreon: http://bit.ly/SailLifeOnPatreon Sail Life on Instagram: http://instagram.com/madsdahlke Sail Life on Facebook: http://bit.ly/SailLifeOnFacebook Sail Life on Twitter: http://bit.ly/SailLifeOnTwitter Donations for the sandpaper fund:
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We visit Luganville Vanuatu and then have an epic dive at the famous SS Coolidge. One of the best dive spots in the world! This channel is funded by viewers like you. Please help us keep this channel creating great content by becoming a patron http://www.patreon.com/sailingdoodles Donate Via Paypal to help us get a new
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US Sailing has announced that Paul Cayard will be the new Executive Director of U.S. Olympic Sailing. Cayard, best known for his seven America’s Cup campaigns, has also been heavily involved in Olympic Sailing as a two-time Olympian in 1984 and 2004. He finished fifth in the Star class at the 2004 Summer Olympic Games
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In this maintenance Monday we tackle a few problems we have to correct including an oil change, kinky hoses and smelly bathrooms! This channel is funded by viewers like you. Please help us keep this channel creating great content by becoming a patron for as little as $1 per week. Visit: Gallery or http://www.patreon.com/sailingdoodles Donate
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Learn the basics of sailing with us! http://bit.ly/essentialsailguide Song Credits: 00:00 There WIll Be A Time – Joe Kaplow – http://joekaplow.net 04:46 Home – Simon Alexander – https://open.spotify.com/artist/4i4s4cwfzGvsURbt6rzKTA?si=niowxSjXSZuur86JC6TGHA 07:27 Michael Dunstan – Oversupply – http://spoti.fi/2D8YGao 12:51 Oregon, Virginia – The Riverside – http://www.theriversidefolk.com/ Videos made by Elayna, starring Riley!! https://www.instagram.com/elayna.carausu https://www.instagram.com/riley.whitelum Don’t forget to like
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Enter the giveaway here: https://gleam.io/mWtDl/yacht-charter-giveaway This channel is funded by viewers like you. Please help us keep this channel creating great content by becoming a patron http://www.patreon.com/sailingdoodles Donate Via Paypal to help us get a new drone: http://www.paypal.me/sailingdoodles Check out the guys that made this voyage across the pacific possible by giving us this awesome
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A few years ago, Jeanneau set about the business of revolutionizing its storied Sun Odyssey line when it introduced its SO 490 and 440 models, designed by Phillipe Briand. Building on that momentum, the French builder has since passed the baton to a new designer, Marc Lombard, who incorporated a number of Briand’s innovations in
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#296 This show is made possible because of people like you on Patreon – THANK YOU!!! http://bit.ly/SLVPatreon Join our Patreon Crew. For LIVE broadcasts, exclusive content and other perks! http://www.patreon.com/LaVagabonde There’s plenty of free time out on the open water for the boys it seems. They’ve got some nice waters on the run into the
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We spend so much time with the finished product that it’s easy to gloss over how much work and innovation goes into making a single sailboat. Today, we’re taking a look behind the scenes with our friends at Lagoon as they show us the build for their new 55. There’s something truly mesmerizing about watching
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