Polish crew sets a new record for sailing furthest south in the Antarctic

Posted on 3/11/2015 by Intern Account

A Polish crew has set a new record for sailing the furthest south. Selma, a 67ft steel ketch skippered by Piotr Kuźniar and a crew of ten, reached the edge of the ice in the Ross Sea, at 78° 43’S in the Bay of Whales, just over 100 nautical miles farther south than the previous record.

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On The Water with Rob Moore: Interview at the 2014 Big Game Classic

Posted on 3/11/2015 by Intern Account

Learn How Sport Fishermen are Using CHIRP Technology to Catch Big Game Fish Around the World!

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Stormy Northwest in Cantabria, Spain

Posted on 3/10/2015 by Intern Account

One of the most impressive meteorological phenomenons that heavy damages happen in North of Spain is the stormy northwest wind in Cantabrian Sea. The main characteristic of a gale is the wind, not just for the strength, but until for its unexpected and sudden appearance.

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Special Offer for 24 NM JMA-1032

Posted on 3/9/2015 by Intern Account

The New JMA-1032 radar series is JRC's very first touch operated radar with new dome scanners that provide you with highly accurate target clarity and ease of mind of your surroundings during night or intense fog. Take this opportunity & get your new JMA-1032 JRC Radar for the totally price of 1400€ + VAT. Now available in our E-Shop: Camilleri Marine.

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MAJESTIC J CLASS YACHTS TO RETURN TO AMERICAS CUP WATERS AFTER EIGHTY YEARS

Posted on 3/9/2015 by Intern Account

The majesty of the J Class era will return to the America's Cup eighty years after the class last raced for the oldest trophy in international sport.The J Class Association (JCA) and the America's Cup Event Authority have agreed to stage a J Class regatta in Bermuda in June 2017 between the conclusion of the America's Cup Challenger Playoffs and the America's Cup Match. "The J Class era of the America's Cup is widely recognized as being among the high points in Cup history," said Russell Coutts, director of the America's Cup Event Authority (ACEA).

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