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The past few weeks have been filled with exiting events from the world of sailing. Here is a round up of the latest news and scandals!
Sailcargo INC is an emerging freight company based in Costa Rica. They are building a 150 ft three-masted square topsail schooner to take on the shipping world and create a more sustainable shipping company in the Pacific.
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.
Circular economy offers really interesting food for though when it comes to yacht ownership. Would you, under the right circumstances lease instead of own a yacht? The maths may favour one option over the other. Read why.
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.
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.
The sailing world fails miserably in recruiting young adults and young families. This summer we have witnessed an outburst of anger towards the leisure marine industry. Are they guilty in killing sailing or are expectations among newer generations of sailors too high? Lets explore!
From afar she looks like a Swedish folkboat. Yet, coming closer you will notice the hump over the companionway, raised bulwark, the round hatches and other details separating her from her nordic sisters. Built in 1969 she’s our new project boat. A Contessa 26.