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Ireland to NZ: Swedish sailor begins non-stop voyage on 19ft vessel (31 May 2018)

Ireland to NZ: Swedish sailor begins non-stop voyage on 19ft vessel

As reported by RTE News: https://www.rte.ie/ The well known Swedish sailor and writer, known as Yrvind, hopes to complete the ... (Read more)

Caribbean Safety & Security Net announces new Event category: Suspicious activity (30 May 2018)

Caribbean Safety & Security Net announces new Event category: Suspicious activity

Based on all the feedback CSSN received and balanced by the technical capabilities of their  website, they have made some ... (Read more)

Tonga: Good News re. Visa Extensions for Crew & Yacht (29 May 2018)

Tonga: Good News re. Visa Extensions for Crew & Yacht

Our thanks to Patricia of Gulf Harbour Radio for forwarding this information to noonsite. www.ghradio.co.nz In the past two years ... (Read more)

Alberto: First Named Storm of 2018 Hurricane Season (28 May 2018)

Alberto: First Named Storm of 2018 Hurricane Season

Flooding will remain the greatest concern across the southeastern United States as Alberto churns northward with an expected Memorial Day ... (Read more)

Portrait of a Cruiser: German crew Christian, Sabrina, Joshua and Jonathan of Yacht Moya (24 May 2018)

Portrait of a Cruiser: German crew Christian, Sabrina, Joshua and Jonathan of Yacht Moya

Names of Owners (and crew): Christian Coqui and Sabrina Kuttruff-Coqui with children Joshua Coqui (Age 5) and Jonathan Coqui (Age ... (Read more)

BIOT (Chagos): Increase in Fees and Tighter Restrictions (24 May 2018)

BIOT (Chagos): Increase in Fees and Tighter Restrictions

The main change is the increase in the weekly mooring fee from £50/week to £75 which is planned to come ... (Read more)

Cruising in Japan just got a whole lot easier! (15 May 2018)

Cruising in Japan just got a whole lot easier!

For over 240 years (1633 to 1868) Japan closed its borders and ports to the outside world. A legacy of ... (Read more)

Egypt, Port Said: Massive Hike in Clearance Fees for Foreign Flagged Yachts (13 May 2018)

Egypt, Port Said: Massive Hike in Clearance Fees for Foreign Flagged Yachts

Our thanks to Capt. Heebi of Prince of the Red Sea for reporting this information to noonsite: Port Said Port ... (Read more)

Trans-Atlantic Cruisers Net to join daily Doo Dah SSB Net (09 May 2018)

Trans-Atlantic Cruisers Net to join daily Doo Dah SSB Net

After 10 days of tests and trials of the new Trans-Atlantic Cruisers Net, which is a joint effort of the ... (Read more)

Atlantic, Azores: Italian Sailors Missing (05 May 2018)

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This is translated roughly from Italian. See original article here . A 53-year-old skipper, Aldo Revello, is missing, together with ... (Read more)