I thought we would see if this would work as a share point for all web links on sailing. Mar 26
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Really, who’s to argue? It just makes sense, somewhere… Thanks to Anarchist Ryan. April 8th, 2014 This month’s column from Kevin Hall and brought to you by Mauri Pro Sailing goes where few dare… So you want to win the America’s Cup. You’ve got a budget and a core sailing team. Sailing Anarchy Home Page
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Neptuno's World Articles - Understanding SCUBA Compressors and Filtration Neptuno's World Articles Article extracted from The Deco Stop Understanding SCUBA Compressors and Filtration Author: Ted Green Edited & Compiled: Chris Bunner Since there are a number of people on this list who have their own compressor for their own consumption or run a small operation or club, I thought it might be useful to offer some information on compressors and filtration.
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the boatbuilding.community - Marine Sanitation: Fact vs. Folklore Marine sanitation laws aren’t anything new—they were included in the Federal Water Pollution Act ("Clean Water Act") of 1977—but except on the Great Lakes they were largely ignored until the late 1980s when a new environmental consciousness began to make marine sanitation a major issue. Whether these laws are needed or not can be debated for years. The fact is, we have them, and we’re going to have more of them. The Clean Water Act is up for renewal in Congress. Although no one knows exactly what changes will be made, it is a certainty that no existing federal laws will be relaxed.
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The INTERVIEW WITH A CRUISER Project Gar Duke and Nicole Friend circumnavigated from the winter of 2006 until the summer of 2011 aboard SV DreamKeeper, a Pacific Seacraft 40 hailing from Sausalito, CA, USA. You can learn more about their journey on their website. They say: We started in our home port of Sausalito in the San Francisco Bay, CA, and went south in winter to Mexico then across the South Pacific to New Zealand. Year 2 took us thru Melanesia to Palau, Micronesia, with a 4 month layover in Palau. Year 3 we dropped south into West Papua/Raja Ampat around PNG into east Indonesia and all the way to Bali, then up to Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand.
Boating Knots | How to Tie Boating Knots | Animated Boating Knots Boating Knots Welcome to Boating Knots These animated knots are primarily for boaters, but many are useful for anyone who uses rope and values safety. Select the knots from: the index above left; the pictures above; or the Boating Usage page. Selection
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