UW Study Shows Parasite Decline in Puget Sound

Image: University of Washington School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences. A University of Washington fisheries scientist says her research shows that fish parasites in Puget Sound have been in decline over the last century. “We all have this sense that as climate change proceeds that what we get is increased parasite outbreaks; that we are […]

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Key West Worlds Finale: Twice as Nice

<!– Racing: Key West Worlds Finale: Twice as Nice –> After finishing second in day one of Class 1 racing at the offshore racing world championships in Key West., Fla., last Friday, throttleman John Tomlinson and driver Carlos de Quesada in the 49-foot Victory catamaran, Huski/Alegra Motorsports, took advantage of some early chaos to leap […]

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CELSIUS Going Super Cat Racing With Valder And Bruggemann

<!– Racing: CELSIUS Going Super Cat Racing With Valder And Bruggemann –> Fans of the Pro Floors Racing team can rest easy knowing that New Zealand-based owner/driver Wayne Valder and throttleman Grant Bruggemann of Grant’s Signature Racing in Bradenton, Fla., will be gunning for the Super Cat-class title during next week’s three-race American Power Boat […]

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Image Of The Week: CELSIUS Warms Up

<!– Image of the Week: Image Of The Week: CELSIUS Warms Up –> With the first race of the American Power Boat Association/Union International Motonautique Offshore World Championships for the catamaran classes in Key West, Fla., exactly two weeks away, teams are busy with final prep and testing before they head for the city at […]

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UBC Urges Strong Action to Mitigate Climate Change

Image: The University of British Columbia. A new study released by the University of British Columbia is projecting the impact of different global temperature increases and ranges of fishing activity will have on biomass, or the amount of fish by weight in a given area, from 1950 to 2100. The simulations suggest that climate change […]

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Image Of The Week: Air St. Clair

<!– Uncategorized: Image Of The Week: Air St. Clair –> Not known as a big-water race for obvious reasons, Michigan’s St. Clair River Classic does occasionally produce some wild aerial moments. Between sporty-plus wakes and strong currents, the aquamarine waterway can get sloppy, especially when you have 47 teams roughing it up as they did […]

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Super Stock Rises In The St. Clair River Classic

<!– Racing: Super Stock Rises In The St. Clair River Classic –> For the first time in the 2022 American Power Boat Association offshore powerboat racing season, the Super Stock class was under the spotlight for the right reasons at yesterday’s St. Clair River Classic presented my Magna, the fourth of eight races in the […]

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St. Clair River Classic Viewing Essentials

<!– Racing: St. Clair River Classic Viewing Essentials –> Following this morning’s “Clash Of The Titans” exhibition event at the St. Clair River Classic in Michigan, racing action begins at noon today for 47 teams spread across 13 classes in the Offshore Powerboat Association-produced event. Fans can watch all four races via livestream on the […]

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Heesen YachtTalk Specials, Season 3, Episode 1

https://www.heesenyachts.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/PROJECT-JADE-DEF-29062022-09.16.mp3 The first episode in Season 3 of Heesen’s YachtTalk Specials took place at the shipyard in Oss inside Shed 6 where its renowned aluminium welding takes place. Presenter Charlotte Kan was joined by long-time Heesen collaborator Frank Laupman, exterior designer of Project Jade, and Heesen’s senior naval architect, Sjoerd van Herk, to discuss all […]

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