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Ocean Safety training sessions go from strength to strength - Ocean Safety, specialists in the worldwide supply, distribution, service and hire of marine safety equipment, are training an increasing number of organisations in diverse areas of boating in the use of key safety equipment commonly carried on board.  In March alone the company have carried out a number of high profile training sessions including the Maritime Coastguard Agency (MCA), a sea survival course to the celebrities in TV...

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Project Scaramouche - Sailing a sport for all - Project Scaramouche is a mission for Greig City Academy to be the first student led team to enter the Fastnet Race in 2017.  In 2013, Greig City Academy (GCA) set up a school sailing club to allow inner-city London students access to the sport of sailing. To put things into perspective, 73.1% of students who attend GCA are deemed disadvantaged, and 62.4% of students have English as an additional language. Over the last three years nearly 1,000...

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Mastervolt sponsors Dutch sea rescue institution with lifelong guarantee

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EXCLUSIVE: Q&A with Martyn Heighton - Director of National Historic Ships UK

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London On-Water Announces New Facilities - Organisers of the London On-Water Show at St Katharine Docks in May have announced an exciting new addition to the show dedicated to boat dealers, brokers and their customers. The Sunseeker Quay will be located in the new Brokerage area overlooking the West Basin and will include a marquee lounge and outside seating available to visitors and dealers to provide a quiet area of the show to discuss the next boat purchase. Sunseeker Quay will be suppor...

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RS Aero Open - Reading Sailing Club - Reading Sailing Club held their second RS Aero Open meeting. The forecast was variable with expected winds from the west of 9 - 12 knots. This was good news as it meant it would be blowing straight down the lake. 14 boats entered with a strong contingent of nine 9 rigs with many of the visitors manning up for the light to medium conditions. The fleet had 5 boats from local Thames Valley club Burghfield and visitors travelled from as far as Alton Water, ...

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Global Telesat Communications announces Iridium Extreme push-to-talk satellite phone

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Inaugural European IRC Championship brings countries together

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A perfect weekend of match racing at the Match Cup ISAF Grade 4 Qualifier

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CJR Propulsion appoints Alex Stevens as new Technical Sales Manager
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