COVID-19 Field Report: 4,200kms through the Med

Date Published - July 04, 2020

Johan and Tove on board SY Bird of Passage left Port Ghalib, Egypt on 18 April and arrived in Gibraltar on 27 May after 4200 kms (2500 miles). They were not allowed to go ashore anywhere during their transit through the Med due to COVID-19 restrictions. The following reportRead More

Dominican Republic, Luperon: Yacht Burgled - June 2020

Date Published - June 22, 2020

As reported by CSSN:DATE: 2020-06-01 11:30LOCATION: Dominican Republic – LuperonEVENT: TheftHAND: 1STOLEN ITEMS: Cash, jewelry and a  credit cardSECURED: Not LockedDETAILS: During daylight hours between 10:15 and 11:30 AM an unlocked cruising catamaran on a private 2 yacht floating dock along the mangroves south of the Puerto Blanco marina was boarded and ransacked. The thief used aRead More

INSIGHTS: Cruising Kindly – Part 2

Date Published - May 19, 2020

Part 2 of Richard Chesher’s series of articles for INSIGHTS on Cruising Kindly. Part 1 in February focused on ways cruisers can be kind to the creatures of the sea and the marine environment, while Part 2 looks at the way cruisers can be kind to the local people theyRead More

Noonsite Needs You!

Date Published - May 15, 2020

We are dedicated to continuing to bring you information that will inspire and facilitate your cruising plans, but want to remind you how you can get involved and support Noonsite too.Read More

Destination Report: NW Madagascar

Date Published - June 11, 2020

Regular Noonsite contributor Amy Alton of catamaran Starry Horizons gives an excellent overview of arriving in Madagascar and cruising down the coast, with as always great images of each anchorage and their time in this diverse country.Read More

Pacific Ocean Lockdown: What are the Options?

Date Published - May 23, 2020

Nearly four months have passed with a Pacific basin full of yachts thrown into confusion. Yachts stacking up in French Polynesia, no where ahead or behind open and cyclone season approaching. Noonsite reports on the current status in the Pacific Islands for visiting yachts and what efforts are going onRead More

Book of the Week: Instant Weather Forecasting

Date Published - June 17, 2020

A bestseller, invaluable to anyone participating in outdoor activities. Clear color photographs of cloud formations have accompanying explanatory text, enabling the reader to read the sky, pick up the clues, and predict what the weather will do.

First published in 1968 the latest 5th edition was revised in 2016.

Paperback: 64 pages
Published by: AdlardRead More