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12 Dec 2013
News from the world of the cruising sailor
Whatever else, we all share one constant thing – the love of the freedom of being on the water, sails taut, air fresh, sashaying along with the wind as our ally.
Every week there are articles that address some of our audience, and this week is no different. We bring you the wise advice recently given by Tom Hubbell on how to make your yacht club thrive, and offer a lure to others to sail away to the land of the midnight sun.
Here's the chance to sail to the Land of the Midnight Sun - Glacier Lagoon Jokulsarlon in Iceland .. .
Cuban yachties are clearly delighted that their new regulations might see more foreign visitors arriving, and Sheryl Shard shares her experiences about the pros and cons of maintaining a home base while cruising.
COULD the crew of the Nina, lost since June in the Tasman Sea be still drifting? Stranger things have happened in history, and one can only hope that the continued agony driving the families to keep searching will not be all in vain in the end.
Finally, there's another cruising sailor at the end of the age scale (upper) off on an amazing challenge. Read about Dr Stanley Paris and his goal to be the fastest and the oldest to solo circumnavigate non-stop.
Stanley Paris .. .
That's just the beginning, so browse the headlines to find your niche
For the lucky ones, here's wishing you sweet sailing!
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