Monthly Archives: September 2008
SEATTLE, Sept. 30 /CNW/ — Holland America Line’s flagship, ms Rotterdam, will sail two new six-day Scandinavian itineraries in July 2009.
The International Sailing Federation (ISAF) announced this week The Equipment Rules of Sailing for 2009-2012 has been made available to download online ahead of the worldwide date of implementation on 1 January 2009. The Equipment Rules of Sailing (ERS) … Continue reading
As the ASTA/STI joint conference approaches, we will be posting information about speakers and sessions over the next few weeks leading up to the event. More information about hotel accomodations and registration can be found here.
Appropriate Techonology for Wilderness and Marine Medicine
“If you are going to provide medical care in an unconventional setting, be prepared […] Continue reading
Following a signing ceremony held recently between Henri Young, director of sales & marketing, Raimon Land PLC and Kevin Whitcraft, President of the 2008 Phuket King’s Cup Regatta Organizing Committee, the …
SCUTTLEBUTT 2692 – September 30 2008: The latest news in the sport of sailing, letters from the ‘buttheads, and the Curmudgeon’s Observation. Continue reading
Yestday was the first race day here in St. Tropez. It is an amazing collection of boats here from classics like the J-boat Velsheda to super modern Wally's like Essence with her 170 foot mast. I am sailing on … Continue reading
At the helm of Synergie, Isabelle Joschke crossed the finish line on Monday 29th September at 23 hours 18 minutes and 40 seconds. In so doing she takes victory in the 3rd leg of the “European Capital of Culture … Continue reading
Launching into action on competition’s third day, the slalom fleet duelled with the infamous Sylt shore break to pick up race one where it had been left off the previous day. Warning up the weather beaten German crowds, Bjorn … Continue reading