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September 2012: New information posted on noonsite

By Sue Richards last modified Jan 17, 2015 12:56 PM

Published: 2012-10-02 00:00:00

Last month was a hectic one for the noonsite team with the launch of the “new look” noonsite and associated hours of checking and re-checking that goes with a new site launch. We hope after a week or so of using the site you are all pleased with the new look and have discovered it’s still noonsite, just with a new suit!

With so much extra work on our hands there were consequently not so many cruising reports published last month. We will of course get those outstanding up on the site as soon as we can and thank you to all who contributed to the site last month with cruising reports, updates, corrections and useful info. for fellow cruisers.

We hope you enjoy reading and taking advantage of the latest information on noonsite.com.  Please do not hesitate to send us your news, reports and updates from wherever in the world you are cruising. This website relies on feedback from the cruisers that use it, to keep it as up to date and informative as possible. Please remember that not only do we welcome updates, we also welcome emails stating that the info. you found on noonsite was 100% accurate. All contributions will be personally acknowledged by a member of the noonsite team.

See previous monthly report summaries since 2009 here.

NEW REPORTS POSTED LAST MONTH ON NOONSITE

Caribbean

Aruba: New Customs’ Rules in effect from 1 October 2012
British Virgin Islands: New BVI Sailing Festival March 25th-31st 2013
Grenada: New Plans for the Sailing Festival 1-3 February 2013
Caribbean Security Index from FreeCruisingGuides.com
Dominican Republic: 5th Edition Now Available at FreeCruisingGuides.com
Trinidad: Support from Cruisers

Central and North America

Panama Clearance: Cruisers Report on their Experiences

South America

Brazil, Jacare, Cabedelo: Cruisers’ Reports
Falklands/Malvinas: Applying for "Permiso"
French Guiana: Cruising Report

Western Europe & North Atlantic Islands

English Channel: Dismasted yacht with no EPIRB waits 10 hours for rescue
Spain & Portugal: More Marina Prices

Mediterranean & Black Sea

Cruising Montenegro, Croatia, Venice, & Ancona, Italy: Summer 2012
Gibraltar: Shipping Spares
Greece, Simi Harbour: Caution if Docking here
Greece, Ionian, Zakynthos: Updates from Cruisers
Italy, Naples: New C&N Marina di Pinetamare in the Planning
Spain & Portugal: More Marina Prices
Spain, Menorca, Mahon: Cruisers Beware
Spain NW: Our Experiences in Five Marinas
Turkey, Fethiye: Report on Yacht Classic Marina

South East Asia and East Asia

Indonesia, Bali: What we wish we had known before arrival
Indonesia, West Sumatra: The Danger of Drift Nets
Indonesia: Useful Cruising Information
Malaysia, Endau River, Johor: Yacht Rammed by Fishing Trawler
Philippines, Port Carmen, Cebu: Detailed Report on Boatyards, Repair Services and Local Information

Indian Ocean

Double-handed crew rescued in Indian Ocean

West Africa & South Atlantic Islands

Gambia, Banjul: Clearance Update

South Pacific

New Caledonia, Noumea: Biosecurity, Customs and Immigration
New Caledonia: Clearing Customs in the Loyalty Islands
New Zealand: A Five Month Visit
Niue: Whale in a tangle with visiting yacht's mooring
PNG & the Solomons: General Cruising Info.
PNG, Offshore New Ireland: Cruising the Tabar Islands
Samoa, Apia: Update July 2012
Solomons and Nauru: Pacific Updates
Vanuatu: Anatom, Tanna & Erromango Island Updates

SECURITY INCIDENTS REPORTED

Grenada, Prickly Bay: Dinghy and Outboard Thefts 2012 – Updated
Papua New Guinea, New Britain, Ndawa Bay: Armed Boarding, Attack and Robbery

BOOKS, CHARTS, DVDs, APPs

The Boat Galley Cookbook: Free Sample
Child of The Sea by Doina Cornell - A Great Read

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