New RS21 Promises More Exciting Keelboat-Racing Days Ahead


Video updated July 2018

Are you a keelboat-racing lover? Then, England’s RS Sailboats, New RS21, which is aimed at bringing popularity back to keelboat racing, would definitely excite you. The brand new RS21 is simple, progressive, affordable, and with the evolved design, the boat looks promising enough to be the most exciting boat launch of 2018.

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Top Cruise Trip Secrets To Know Before You Sail

 

Cruise

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Going cruising for the first time? Wonderful!! Get ready to have the vacation of a lifetime. A cruise trip over mesmerizing waters can be a special experience. Are you feeling overwhelmed as a first-time cruiser? Then, keep reading to know some of the top cruise trip secrets that can help you have a great cruising time at sea.

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Sailing in rough weather

Ship in storm

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You are having a pleasant time on the sea and the sky is as clear as the waters below, but suddenly dark clouds appear and the peaceful silence is broken by the howls of the wind. The million-dollar question now is how to reach safety or even how to survive if the sea gets too unruly. Continue reading

Deadly islands around the world

Fiji Island

Fiji Island Credit: Flickr / Christian Haugen / CC BY 2.0

Sailors and wannabe globe trotters many times get stuck on inhospitable islands which are inhabitable or are filled with wild animals. But, what if the island is beautiful and filled with nature’s bounty, but the people are as deadly as any wild animal? Here are some of the islands around the world where you have to write your will the first thing before venturing any further.

1) North Sentinel Island- India

These people have a very interesting habit of eating the coconuts that are delivered on their beaches and killing the pigs with arrows and burying them, and the most fascinating quality is trying to kill their visitors. Now, a great place for vacation, isn’t it?
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Hurricane Irene warns US boaters with its strength

The US coastal scene has witnessed the last few years of idle hurricane activity as the last one to hit the coast was Hurricane Ike in 2008. But 2011 is promising another picture altogether as Hurricane Irene plans to take a toll by approaching the coastline of USA. Continue reading