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FAIRLINE’S NEW DEALER

Bates-Wharf

Fairline Boats tell us Bates Wharf Marine Sales Ltd now represents the brand exclusively across the south coast. Bates Wharf Marine Sales will operate the Fairline Southampton offices and berths as well as continuing to represent Fairline from its offices in Poole, Chertsey and Eastbourne. Their state-of-the-art facilities in Chertsey, Surrey will be known as Fairline London and offer customers ...

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Cruise with a difference

From ScicSailing, a specialist in sailing cruises around the Aegean and Mediterranean seas, comes a programme of outdoor activity themed cruises for 2015. They include sailing cruises combined with hiking, cycling and golf, as well as learning how to sail and taking part in the Bodrum Regatta. The sailing instructor is Serdar Çiςek, coach for the Turkish national team youth ...

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America’s Cup World Series action

This summer’s ‘must have’ tickets for The America’s Cup World Series, Portsmouth are being snapped up fast. Up to 500,000 visitors are expected to attend the four day sporting and entertainment spectacular from 23 – 26 July providing incredible opportunities to watch the world’s best sailors battling it out on high speed AC45 foiling catamarans. The spectator experience will cater ...

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Heading into troubled waters

Vanuatu President Baldwin Lonsdale said the storm had destroyed most buildings in the capital Port Vila, including schools and clinics. Initial reports indicated Cyclone Pam was on a collision course with the Volvo Ocean Race fleet shortly after they were due to leave Auckland. At this point the race was delayed for a day but, despite a change of course ...

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Winning wave

The waters off Muscat, Oman provided challenging sailing conditions for the Extreme 40 fleet in Act 2 of the Extreme Sailing Series™. Choppy seas and strong winds confounded even the most experienced crews, resulting in an unpredictable leader board at the end of each day’s racing, with The Wave, Muscat skippered by Leigh McMillian (GBR), ultimately seizing the title as ...

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Dry stack berthing

Motor boat owners looking for dry stack berthing in a fantastic location should get in touch with Saxon Wharf Marina in Southampton who have a limited number of berths still available. Boat owners will receive numerous benefits from dry stack, including enhanced residual value and improved fuel efficiency, as well as access to Freedom Berthing, a berthing rewards package. In ...

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Riverfest is coming

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Riverfest is a free community event taking place on 16 May in the heart of the Isle of Wight, at the historic Newport Quay. The event has all the feel of a traditional village fete, with many free activities for children. Local charities will be attending promoting the work they do in the community, helping people and the local environment. ...

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Gwent sailors return to Llandegfedd reservoir

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Gwent sailors are back at the Llandegfedd reservoir after an 18 month absence due to a major refurbishment of facilities. There is a new multi-user Water Sports Centre and a Visitor Centre. During the reservoir’s closure some of Llandegfedd Sailing Club members have taken much appreciated hospitality at Tata Steel SC and Llangorse SC. Now they are looking forward to ...

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Plymouth to be Transat host venue

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Plymouth has won the bid to host the start of the next edition of The Transat on 8 May 2016. The 14th edition of this historic quadrennial solo transatlantic race began its life in 1960 (as OSTAR) and has transformed into one of the most important events on the professional racing calendar. Councillor Peter Smith, Deputy Leader of Plymouth City ...

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