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North Atlantic: Help Endangered Whales – Slow Down in Slow Zones

NOAA began appealing to Boaters back in 2020 to help save critically endangered Right Whales by launching a Slow Zones Campaign in US waters from Maine to Virginia. The death toll of Right Whales continues to surge at an alarming rate. Find out how you can help.

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Running Rigging: Know your Ropes

There are a myriad of different lines available for use as a halyard, sheet or control line, but which ones will suit your rigging systems best? This article from Jimmy Green Marine, should help you to understand the technical jargon when making your next purchasing decision.

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Indonesia: Cleaning Bali’s Waterways one River at a Time

When people hear the word Bali they will get a mental image of a beautiful tropical Indonesian paradise. In reality, the island like many other places in the world, has a massive plastic and waste problem. However, a group of young locals is trying their best to tackle the issue and you can get involved too.

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Featured Destination

Galapagos: Enchanting Islands and Intriguing Sea Lions

Despite the costs, bureaucracy and restrictions – the Galapagos Islands are the ideal stopover en-route from Panama to French Polynesia and should be on every Pacific cruisers’ bucket list, says Richard Freeborn of SV Hawkeye. Read his extremely detailed report from his January 2024 visit, to assist with planning, navigation, island information, the paperwork and the incredible activities these enchanting islands offer.

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Tobago: Catastrophic Oil Spill

A mystery cargo ship has capsized off the coast of Tobago causing an environmental disaster for the island and its surrounding waters.

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The Gambia: Unforgettable and Amazing

US cruisers, Jill and Michael Gallin, are taking the ‘road less travelled’ and when visiting The Gambia in West Africa, found a cruising destination that made an indelible mark on their hearts.

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Portrait of a Cruiser: Sail Yacht Bagia’s Family of Five

In 2021, Brandon and Ashley from Michigan, USA, decided it was time to stop chasing the American dream and do something extraordinary with their three young children. So they bought a boat, sold all their possessions and in 2022 set sail with a rough plan to “see the world”. Find out more about this adventurous family in Noonsite’s latest “Portrait of a Cruiser”.

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If you use Sorong as a port of entry to Indonesia … beware! Make sure you check in and check out with the harbour master quickly and get your green book from health quarantine …...

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