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Read our handy guide to completing a safety brief when joining an unfamiliar yacht.
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The MCA, otherwise known as The Maritime and Coastguard Agency is an agency of Her Majesty’s Government and is responsible for regulating a variety of maritime-related activities, industries, personnel and British Registered vessels.

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Who are the MCA?
Who are the MCA?
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You probably don’t need a degree in chemistry to understand that one of the most likely things to happen to metal in a wet environment, especially a saltwater environment, is corrosion.

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The obvious primary danger in the gybe is the risk of injury to the crew or damage to the boat due to the potentially violent transfer of loads from one tack to the other.
http://www.jollyparrot.co.uk/blog/how-to-gybe-safely
How to Gybe Safely.
How to Gybe Safely.
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What is an STCW10 Certificate and Who Needs One?
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If allowed to grow a diesel bug will cause havoc - and expensive havoc at that. Usually, the evidence of a bug will be a poorly running or intermittent firing engine or excessive smoke. However, the best ways to protect yourself from contaminated fuel are simple and effective.
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