Golden Globe Race

Retired Navy commander, 43 year old Abhilash Tomy, the renowned sailor and first Indian to complete a solo non stop voyage around the world in 2013, made history on Saturday by securing an outstanding second-place finish in the gruelling 2022 Golden Globe Race. Tomy’s yacht, BAYANAT crossed the finish line at 06:46hr in Les Sables […]

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Can The Fed Engineer A Soft Landing?

March 29, 2023 Weekly Market Outlook By Keith Schneider and Donn Goodman Last week was filled with market fireworks, and investors were left to contend with a powder keg that may not go away and could lead to counterintuitive market moves. Despite epic bond market volatility, equity markets reacted with diverging returns, increasing the media’s […]

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Waypoint: Anna Maria Island, Florida

Anna Maria Island is a beautiful slice of Old Florida and a rootsy destination for day trippers or passagemakers. Photos by Dori Arrington While the barrier islands along Florida’s west coast stand steadfast to the wind and waves, they are also vulnerable to the ravages of tropical storms. Hurricane Ian showed us just how fragile […]

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Sailing to the Galapagos – a land of wonder

Sailing to the Galapagos Islands requires extensive preparation, but the rewards are other-worldly, as Jessie Zevalkink discovered The first morning of passage sailing to the Galapagos Islands I leapt out of my berth at 0600, seeking an hour alone. I’d hoped to rise earlier for a full two hours of dawn and silence, but one […]

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Yamaha offers support to Center for Coastal Studies

Yamaha Rightwaters continues its support of the Center for Coastal Studies in Provincetown, Mass., by recently helping the marine rescue organization repower a boat with new 300-horsepower outboards. The F300s will power the twin-engine Ibis, a whale disentanglement vessel used to assist with several research and rescue programs in the Cape Cod Bay area. “The Center for […]

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USCG Cutter Steadfast Returns to Astoria, Oregon

The U.S. Coast Guard cutter Steadfast. Image via USCG. After 55 days on narcotics enforcement patrol, the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Steadfast returned to Astoria, Oregon on Oct. 3. The 210-foot medium endurance cutter traveled over 11,000 miles between Oregon and Central America, doing training, law enforcement, search and rescue and helicopter operations in international […]

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