External Fluid Level Sensor Masters Varied Tank Shapes

From cone to cube, the Gobius® C from Albin Group Marine precisely measures the exact volume and fluid level in tanks of virtually any shape, no matter the number of sides or angles, or composition. Taking only 15 minutes to install and configure, the maintenance-free device mounts externally. What separates the Gobius C from traditional […]

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Baitfish Profiles: Hollow-Bodied Frogs

Hollow-bodied frogs are all the rage these days around Florida’s inland waterways. But fishing these lures is quite a bit different than fishing with soft plastic frogs or swimbaits, and it requires a bit more finesse and less of a “cast-out-reel-in” presentation. There’s an art form to hollow bodies and this proves especially true when […]

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Australia Sail Grand Prix Sydney

The global racing league, SailGP – one of the world’s fastest-growing sports properties – continues to expand its broadcast offering in Australia with the announcement it has secured a new free-to-air partnership with the Seven Network for the KPMG Australia Sail Grand Prix I Sydney. In one month’s time more Australian viewers than ever can […]

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RORC Transatlantic Race 2023

Marie Tabarly’s 73ft ketch Pen Duick VI (FRA) finished the RORC Transatlantic Race on Sunday 22nd January in an elapsed time of 13 days 19 hours 33 mins 53 secs. Proudly displaying the flag of the Yacht Club de France, the Pen Duick crew of 12 are the youngest in the race and also have […]

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Cape 31 Key West Regatta

Sunshine sailing in the picturesque blue waters of Key West is what the Cape 31 Class signed up for and that is just what they got. Roosters. Mount Gay Rum. Key lime everything. Blue water. Island culture. As well as some great competition – the Southernmost Regatta has it all. A perfect week for the […]

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505 Australian Championship Invitation Race

2023 Ronstan 505 Australian Championship at Darling Point Sailing Squadron Invitation Race Like any good invitation race, you take what you want from the form on display. What they do well is open the door to speculation. As expected, conditions were pretty mild. 8 knots from the North-East at the start, 12 knots from the […]

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Cape to St Helena Yacht Race

St Helena Island may be one of the most remote inhabited islands on the planet, but for the crews who have just tackled the 2022 Cape to St Helena yacht race, it’s been a thrilling trip of a lifetime. Situated in the South Atlantic, north west of South Africa, it’s taken just over two weeks […]

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Superyacht Cup Palma 2023

Entries have opened for Superyacht Cup Palma, the highlight of the Mediterranean superyacht calendar, with the Notice of Race now available for the 21-24 June celebration of sail. Over a dozen prospective entries have declared an interest in joining the superyacht festival with racing on the Bay of Palma, including a trio of the awe-inspiring J Class […]

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Cup Spy Jan 27-28, 2023

What happened in the Cup – January 27-28, 2023: Alinghi Red Bull Racing sailed January 27 from Barcelona in a cross swell sea state. INEOS Britannia sailed January 28 – and suffered their first capsize. Luna Rossa sailed January 27, with the AC37 Recon team asked to capture some specific points. American Magic did not […]

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18ft Skiff Australian Championship

The Finport Finance team of Keagan York, Angus Williams and Phil Marshall became the 2022-23 Australian 18ft Skiff champion after a controversial day when no racing was completed on Sydney Harbour today. When racing was abandoned today, the championship then reverted to a four-race regatta and, under the sailing instructions of the championship, each team’s […]

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Globe40 Finish

The Anglo-American team AHMAS (Class40 n degrees 127) crossed the finish line of leg 6 of the GLOBE40 in Recife Saturday at 11:48 p.m. local time. After 20 days and 10 hours of racing and 3,803 miles covered (7417 km), Craig Horshield and James Oxenham brilliantly conclude a particularly difficult leg which put the GLOBE40 […]

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Tiara EX 60 Sea Trial and Review

Part express cruiser, part motoryacht, the EX 60 doesn’t fit any one category precisely, which explains why Tiara adopted the Adventure Series moniker. Great Expectations A late-fall shakedown proves that Tiara’s flagship—the EX 60—has substance to go along with her style. Tiara EX 60 Photo: Alex Slikkers The October winds off Lake Michigan deliver a […]

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OceansLab first hydrogen IMOCA

World first hydrogen IMOCA yacht construction announced by Phil Sharp and OceansLab Platform to advance clean technologies for the ocean environment Phil Sharp, one of Britain’s most competitive and successful ocean racers, has today announced the build of a new zero emission IMOCA ahead of the 2024 Vendée Globe. IMOCA OceansLab – Cleantech Accelerator under […]

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Jet Tender Performs Like a Cheetah

The semi-custom JET11 from Argos Nautic moves with the speed and grace of a cheetah. Perfect for use as a luxurious tender serving 50′-70′ yachts, the 10′ 9″ RIB also makes the ideal multipurpose, five-passenger play boat, mirroring the cat’s acceleration and agility for unbridled exhilaration. And with the 2023 model, the bespoke builder will […]

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New Boat for Less

New Boat for Less Find joy in buying a used boat by keeping your goals in focus. Daydreaming of a new boat when “new” isn’t in your budget? Perhaps consider purchasing a used boat to get on the water sooner. Either way, new or used, you have some prep work to do before beginning your […]

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Cayman Islands

Bank on the Cayman Islands The Cayman Islands offer SCUBA diving, sportfishing, sailing, and more. The banks off the Cayman Islands, located in the Western Caribbean and part of the Greater Antilles, are a big draw. There’s the Cayman Bank 12 miles to the west of Grand Cayman, plus Pickle Bank, Lawfords Banks, the 60 Mile […]

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Live Bait Fishing

Take the Bait Secrets from the pros to get a handle on basic live-lining I know the exact moment I first got hooked on live-bait fishing. It was June 1970. I was 10 years old and having a blast catching bluegills from shore at a pond not far from my home. As I reeled in a smallish […]

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