USA, Georgia: Proposed Anchoring Restrictions

Date Published - June 12, 2019

The Georgia Department of Natural Resources has proposed a number of amendments to the current rules for liveaboard boaters, concerning over-night and long-term anchoring in the estuarine area of the state.Read More

Latest Cruiser's Report: A Circumnavigation Under Power

Date Published - May 22, 2019

Robert Burn fulfilled a circumnavigation from 2016 to 2018 in his 16.7m Bermudan ketch rigged motor sailer. Wai-O-Tira.The complete voyage was carried out under power and this report contains extensive details of all the fuelling aspects of doing so. Read More

Noonsite Guides: The Inland Waterways of Europe

Date Published - April 28, 2019

Many cruisers choose to travel from coast to coast via the canal network or take some time out on the calmer waters on the inland waterways. This report provides a brief overview of the inland waterways in France, Netherlands and Germany by Noonsite researcher Val Ellis.Read More

Feature Destination: Fiji

With over 300 islands, Fiji is the ultimate goal for many cruisers crossing the Pacific for the first time. Its incredible cruising ground offers a great variety from friendly marinas to secluded anchorages with a traditional way of life that it is still thriving.Read More

Country Formalities: An update on Fees for Egypt

Date Published - May 06, 2019

Yacht Miyagi Moon has visited Egypt several times over the last 7 years. This is their latest update on fees charged by agencies in Egypt for the various different ports, and what costs you can expect if wishing to transit the Suez Canal.Read More