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The Best Self-Teaching Aids For Mariners

Wednesday, 26th of August 2020

Our range of flip cards, cockpit cards and navigational aids are ideal for training and instructional purposes. With a card covering every eventuality from the Mayday procedure to Rules of the Road, these are great for Cockpit use and provide a handy reference

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Mother’s Day Gift Guide 2020

Thursday, 5th of March 2020

If you are looking for unique Mother’s Day present ideas then look no further as we have the perfect gifts for mums who love all things seaside inspired. From candles to jigsaw puzzles, books to mugs, this is our definitive Mother’s Day gift guide for

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UK Sailing Events and Regattas in 2020

Thursday, 16th of January 2020

With lots to look forward to in the sailing event calendar this year, we have compiled a list of some of the key dates that you simply cannot miss!

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Top Tips For Stargazing On Your Boat

Friday, 20th of December 2019

Stargazing is a wonderful experience, enjoyed by sailors and explorers alike. While many see it as simply an enjoyable pastime, it has been used throughout ancient history as a nautical navigational tool. If you are looking to start stargazing on your seafaring

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8 Reasons Why Protecting The Ocean Is So Important
Monday, 30th of September 2019

Although we live on Planet Earth, it's really Planet Ocean. With the seven seas making up over two-thirds of the globe's surface, sustaining life and generating the air we breathe, the mounting threat of climate change is something we need to take notice of

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How to Read Nautical Charts
Thursday, 18th of July 2019

Sailing is a discipline based on a foundation of knowledge and there's no maritime skill that's really more valuable than the ability to navigate your boat safely and accurately through waters both familiar and strange.

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