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01.03.2019
10 major inventions in the history of navigation

From star orientation to GPS: these are the 10 greatest inventions in the history of sailing that have changed sea travel. And, without which it is already difficult for us to imagine our life.

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31.01.2019
Fountaine Pajot Astrea 42 - Winner 2019 European Yacht of the Year

The new Astrea 42 sailing catamaran from Fountaine Pajot has won the prestigious 2019 European Yacht of the Year award at Boot Dusseldorf. The stunning yacht has been honored with this honor despite a large selection of multihulls of all sizes. Along with the 2018 Multihull of the Year award, the new award confirms Astrea 42's status as the world's best cruising catamaran.

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13.08.2018
Crazy travel: sailors who went to sea without relevant experience

It's never too late to learn! Five inspiring stories of people who set out on the high seas with little or no experience for the journey ahead.

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02.08.2018
Edward Alcard - the first person to cross the Atlantic alone

Traveling alone aboard a 35-foot yacht, a wooden ketch named Temptress, Englishman Edward Allcard crossed the Atlantic Ocean - from Europe to New York and back using only stars and a sextant, surviving on meager canned rations. , potatoes, stock cubes, and with a limited amount of water. He was chased by sharks, nearly died in a hurricane, and became an international celebrity when he arrived in Casablanca with a 23-year-old Azorean girl who wanted to go to England to become a poet.

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08.12.2017
What's on the wishlist of successful yachtsman Alex Thomson?

British yachtsman and record holder, runner-up in the 2016-2017 Vendée Globe, Alex Thomson shared his impressions of ocean travel in an interview with Boat International magazine.

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01.10.2017
What is Dutch yachtswoman Laura Decker made of?

What happens when you pursue your wildly ambitious dream at seventeen? Dutch yachtswoman Laura Dekker gained fame and admiration after her trip around the world at the age of sixteen. But what's next?

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22.09.2017
The story of Sir Robin Knox-Johnston's amazing travels

Winner of the 1968-69 Golden Globe, the world's first sailing round the world singles race, non-stop in his 32-foot sloop Suhaili, Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, is one of the greatest sailors in history.

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28.07.2017
Alex Thomson's Success Secrets

Sailing champion and racing team founder Alex Thomson was interviewed by the British Evening Standard, talking about his business, sports, fears and victories, and how to succeed not only in sports, but also in the family.

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30.05.2017
Sir Francis Chichester: First Solo Around the World

On August 27, 1966, Sir Francis Chichester departed from Plymouth, UK on his 53-foot yacht, the Gipsy Moth IV, and returned after 226 days of sailing on May 28, 1967, circumnavigating the globe with just one stop in Sydney, Australia ... Francis Chichester became the first person to circumnavigate the world solo voyage from West to East across the great capes.

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