Daily Archives: April 10, 2012

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GALLERY: Titanic descendants mark 100th anniversary of doomed linera s sailing

A car carrying ship sits at 44 berth in Southampton docks, the same berth from which the RMS Titanic sailed During the ceremony, a minute s silence was held for more than 1,500 passengers and crew who died when the ship sank The Lord Lieutenant of Hamp… Continue reading

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BOATING: Dehler appoints Yachting Partners as dealer

Thanks to this agreement, Malta joins a strong network of another 21 countries selling and providing the necessary after-sales service for Dehler sailing boat owners. Continue reading

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The RS:X World Championships were a blast…

After what was one of the windiest world championships on record, it's time to take stock. Racing was only possible on 4 of the scheduled seven days with no medal racing for the second time this year. Who would … Continue reading

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America’s Cup World Series : On-The-Edge racing comes to Naples- Italy April 11-15

Racing in the America’s Cup World Series – Naples gets underway on Wednesday afternoon, with Dean Barker’s Emirates Team New Zealand crew clinging to a one point lead on the overall series leaderboard over ORACLE Racing Spithill. Rac… Continue reading

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End of an era for Titanic dive trips

Diving to depths of 12,000 feet also provides an opportunity to spot all types of strange marine wildlife, such as this translucent creature. Continue reading

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Chinese refugees urged to ditch NZ bid

Ten Chinese asylum seekers in Darwin are being encouraged to seek refuge in Australia rather than brave a perilous boat journey to New Zealand. Continue reading

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Volvo Ocean Race : So close but yet so far as light winds hamper Groupama arrival

Groupama’s bid for the last remaining Leg 5 podium spot was nearing an end early on Tuesday — but it was not set to be a quick finish for Franck Cammas’s men as light winds off the Brazilian coast … Continue reading

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Classic yachts line up at Douarnenez Maritime Festival

Thirty-three yachts have already signed up for Transat Classique, France's only fully-crewed transatlantic race. This year's race is attracting participants from both the Atlantic and the Mediterranean coasts of France. One leg of the two-stag… Continue reading

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America’s Cup : Discovering the sea and learning how to protect it

Rediscover the sea and learn to protect it. That is the objective of the project Healthy Ocean, sponsored by the America’s Cup in conjunction with IUCN, the International Union for Conservation of Nature. The initiative aims to raise public … Continue reading

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