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Noonsite began as a culmination of Jimmy Cornell's books (World Cruising Handbook and World Cruising Routes) and his work on the global cruising scene for the last quarter of a century. It has since grown extensively thanks to constant updates from cruisers using the site, new cruising guides, and organisations and magazines who provide updates such as the RCC Pilotage Foundation, OCC, SSCA, Cruising Compass, Sail-World.com, Caribbean Compass, World Cruising Club and Cruisers Network Online.
Noonsite's main objective is to provide cruising sailors with comprehensive information regarding essential marine facilities in any port visited by yachts. Basic details of specialist companies are listed so that sailors may contact those that they are interested in. Companies listed are not necessarily recommended by noonsite and noonsite declines any responsibility for unsatisfactory services provided by any company listed on this website. Unfavourable reports on such companies may result in their removal from the site.
Most popular pages: The Noonsite Piracy pages are the most visited, with up to date reports on security incidents within the sailing community around the world, suggestions and services for improving security on board as well as numerous links to tips and advice on how to cruise more safely.
Countries : All cruising destinations are covered (currently 197 countries and 2198 ports) with information on clearance formalities, visa requirements, fees, weather, special events and other facts needed by visiting sailors. Also featured are details of repair facilities as well as marine and shore services for every major sea port in the world visited by cruising boats.