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Hurricane Bertha Strengthens Over Atlantic East of Caribbean (08 Jul 2008)

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Powerful Bertha, the first hurricane of the 2008 season, is maintaining major hurricane status, according to the National Hurricane Centre ... (Read more)

Tropical Storm Warning Philippines (20 Jun 2008)

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TROPICAL STORM WARNING Received from Puerto Galera Yacht Club, the Cruising Yacht Club of the Philippines. A Typhoon, 07W FENGSHEN, ... (Read more)

Arthur Weakening, but Many Hurricanes Forecast (05 Jun 2008)

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The Hurricane Season only started 4 days ago, and already there's a named Tropical Storm and sailors should be aware ... (Read more)

Forecasters Predict Active Hurricane Season (31 May 2008)

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The 2008 Atlantic hurricane season, which officially begins tomorrow (1 June), could be slightly busier than average, with a good ... (Read more)

La Niña possible within the next 2-3 months (14 May 2007)

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The pattern of anomalous sea surface temperatures (SSTs) during April 2007 was consistent with ENSO-neutral conditions in the tropical Pacific, ... (Read more)

El Niño conditions are likely to continue through March-May 2007 (16 Jan 2007)

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El Niño conditions are likely to continue through May 2007 reports the National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center. Equatorial Pacific ... (Read more)

Free weather service for yachts transiting the Red Sea (12 Apr 2003)

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A transit of the Red Sea has previously had to be made without access to accurate weather information, making the ... (Read more)

Weather Websites for SE Asia (01 Feb 2003)

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The following websites provide marine WX for SE Asia. Rowdys Net relay relevant forecasts to MM Region 3 when we ... (Read more)

USA: The count begins - 65,000 boats damaged by Hurricane ‘Sandy’ (22 Nov 2012)

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The numbers are in, at least an estimate, and they're staggering. According to BoatUS Hurricane Sandy damaged more than 65,000 ... (Read more)

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