The All New CR 490 DS from Sweden Yachts Group

The problem with Deck Saloons is that once you find yourself inside one, you don’t ever want to crawl back down into your dark cave of a standard yacht interior. The all new CR 490 DS looks like one of those airy, bright and spacious yachts you can cross an ocean with in spectacular views.

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Adams Boat Care Interview - On Refitting Yachts, Value and Sustainability

A refit might be the answer to that unquenchable thirst for a new boat. Adams Boat Care in Sweden specialises on refits and can do wonders with your old boat. It is sustainable yacht ownership and will increase value, comfort and safety.

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Sailing 2700 miles in the Baltic Sea in 25 days non-stop

We have previously covered Kari “Ruffe” Nurmi`s magnificent encounter with polar bears in Svalbard onboard his 30ft Bavaria. Now he has just finished what was to be his biggest challenge so far; sailing the distance of an Atlantic crossing in the Baltic Sea non-stop. We talked to “Ruffe” to hear first hand what the adventure was like.

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Sailing the New Swan 78 with the legendary Germán Frers

Recently we were invited to Nautor Swan in Finland to test sail the new Swan 78. We had the pleasure of having Germán Frers himself onboard to reveal all the details behind his latest design. The Swan 78 is a powerful boat. The whole day she would glide gracefully through the water in great speed and superior comfort. 

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The Restoration of a Herreshoff Classic - A Full Documentary by Alison Langley

The 1926 Nathanael Herreshoff-designed NY40 MARILEE recently underwent a complete restoration by French & Webb in Belfast, Maine. This restoration turned out to be an amazing story. To the excitement and joy to the sailing community around the world, the story is now available to everyone. Alison Langley’s documentary film is a must - see for any mariner. Watch the full documentary here.

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Using the Leica SL for Sailing and Yachting Photography

Leica Cameras are part of our common visual history. Production started in 1925 and the small 35mm cameras has been documenting historical events and intimate moments ever since. Like another iconic brand, Nautor Swan, Leica Cameras have remained relevant. Something which is much harder than being popular. We took the latest mirrorless model out into the open ocean to see how it would cope with yachting photography.

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All About The New ClubSwan 36 - Fast, Furious and Electric

To encourage the virtues of Corinthian sailing, the new ClubSwan 36 will belong in a strict amateur Owner/Driver class with a maximum of 50% the crew being professionals. Having said that, the design, concept and build of this new racer is all but amateur. And what pleasure it was to listen to the men and women behind this iconic brand during a recent visit to Nautor Swan in Finland.

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How to make make money while sailing! One great interview with Sailopreneur Founder Elin Rose

Elin Rose, born in Iceland, is not your ordinary sailor. Unlike the many dreamers out there, she actually quit her 9-5 job to go sailing full time. To fund her lifestyle she took up digital entrepreneurship building a successful ecommerce business. Read our interview and find out how you can do the same!

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Sailing to Svalbard in a small sailboat to see the Polar Bears

A while ago we interviewed Kari “Ruffe” Nurmi from Helsinki, Finland about his many adventures, including his passage to Svalbard from Finland in his 30 ft Bavaria.

Here is the full story from the Captain himself. 

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The Entire Coastline Of Norway - Singlehanded 1000 Miles In a 4 Meter Dinghy - The Adventures of Magne Klann

We love small boat sailing and could not pass up on the chance of talk to Norwegian sailor and adventurer Magne Klann who is about to embark on an epic passage. Sailing singlehanded onboard an RS Aero, a 4 meter ultra lightweight racing dinghy a 1000 miles from the northernmost cape of to the southernmost cape of Norway.

 

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