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Saved by uncleflo on January 4th, 2020.
Due to the good climate, it is possible to sail around the Canary Islands at any time of the year. Their excellent geographical location and unbeatable weather conditions for sailing make each trip an unforgettable experience for any sailor. In this paradise you can enjoy a unique, idyllic landscape that is full of volcanoes and has miles of coastline. You will also discover enchanting beaches, giant cliffs, natural swimming pools and the immensity of the ocean. The Canary Islands have numerous ports and marinas that make it easy to plan sailing trips of one or more days. If on top of this you add the friendliness of the people, their lifestyle and cuisine, the Canary Islands are the perfect destination for a sailing holiday.
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Saved by uncleflo on December 28th, 2019.
See For Yourself- With the Summer 2019 Improvement Walk Video Fulcrum Speedworks is a medium sized elite marine manufacturing company located in Bristol, Rhode island. It exists solely to build UFOs; bringing foiling to the masses. While Fulcrum is a young company its roots are old. The boat was designed and developed by Steve Clark, President of Vanguard Sailboats 1987-2007, and his son Dave Clark, the president of Fulcrum Speedworks. Since it’s inception, Fulcrum has built a production team around industry veterans with multi-decade careers in the high-performance boatbuilding industry. Experience is an invaluable asset at every level of the boatbuilding profession. Fulcrum manufactures UFOs in their entirety at their Bristol facility, at 253 Franklin Street. Stop by to see UFOs being made.
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Saved by uncleflo on December 20th, 2019.
We are situated on Canvey Island, approximately 10 miles from Junction 30 on the M25. and within 20 mins of the A12 junction with the A130. Because of where we're based we have direct access to the Tidal Thames Estuary. We are a recognised RYA training centre, and are I.C.C. registered for all courses. We offer good friendly training with many repeat customers. We offer a number of courses, which are shown below, along with scheduled dates.
Saved by uncleflo on February 23rd, 2019.
Lots Ait Boatyard is situated on an island in the river Thames between Kew Gardens and Brentford. An important part of London's commercial boating history, it was one of the last tidal boatyards to be closed in the early 1970's. Thanks partly to its island location, Lots Ait avoided re-development and has remained very much as it was left over 30 years ago with weeds and undergrowth hiding the vintage boat sheds and machinery that were formerly a hive of activity. John Watson, owner of John's Boat Works Ltd says "I have a lifelong passion for traditional boatbuilding and our great boating heritage, so having the opportunity to be involved in reopening Lots Ait boatyard is a dream come true. The revitalised boatyard will provide a fantastic boatbuilding and repair resource on the Thames for boat owners and enthusiasts and will also provide an opportunity for a new generation of craftsmen and women to experience and acquire traditional and modern boatbuilding and restoration skills."
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Saved by uncleflo on December 20th, 2018.
The Hoga Island from where Operation Wallacea is conducting its marine research place. This is a google map link to the island in perspective.
Saved by uncleflo on December 15th, 2016.
Panama’s indigenous Guna tribe have called San Blas home for hundreds of years. But the entire idyllic archipelago is at risk of being underwater within a matter of decades. Ever since I’d arrived in Panama, I’d been hearing about San Blas, an archipelago of more than 350 islands in the Caribbean Sea. The suggestions to visit came both from Panama locals and a friend back home in New York, who claimed a day spent boating around San Blas was by far the most exciting adventure she had during her travels.
Saved by uncleflo on April 2nd, 2015.
Aoshima Island is one of about a dozen "cat islands" around Japan, small places where there are significantly more feline residents than people. In Aoshima more than a hundred cats prowl the island, curling up in abandoned houses or strutting about in the quiet fishing village. Cats outnumber humans six to one on the island. Recently becoming popular online, tiny Aoshima has seen a steep rise in tourist visits, overwhelming the handful of permanent residents.
Saved by uncleflo on August 19th, 2013.
The Half-Life 2 mod “Estranged“, developed by Alan Edwardes, is coming to Linux. Thе mod is still in development and tells the story of a lonely fisherman whose ship is stranded on a mysterious island during a violent storm. With the average rating of 9.1 on Desura, Estranged seems to be a great mod for Half-Life 2.
Saved by uncleflo on August 27th, 2010.
Monarch Sands Resort is situated on a secluded cove, located North of the sleepy town of Siaton. Native style cottages made of Nipa, Bamboo and local materials face the blue waters of the Bohol sea. Each cottage has a large porch to watch the local fishermen sail their small Bangka boats out for the nightly catch. The string of a hundred lights fill the horizon as they cast their nets.
Saved by uncleflo on February 15th, 2010.
In our fast-paced, high-tech world, true escape has increasingly become a luxury. Places where you can really get away from the cares of the everyday may be hard to find, but fortunately they’re still out there, waiting for you. Here are our favorite secluded islands for an escape with your beloved, your family or even just yourself. We promise not to tell anyone you’re there.
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