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Jeanne Socrates passes halfway mark

Jeanne Socrates passes halfway mark

Solo sailor has now put more miles behind her than lay ahead on circumnavigation

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Oysters in the Panama Canal

Oysters in the Panama Canal

Flags flying, the boats of the Oyster World Rally pass into the Pacific

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Nine less pirates to worry about

Nine less pirates to worry about

Nine suspected pirates transferred to Seychelles by Dutch EU naval force

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Mysterious Atlantic debris field

Mysterious Atlantic debris field

A body is discovered after the Coast Guard investigates an unkown debris field 22 miles off Florida coast

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British hydro office warns of counterfeits

British hydro office warns of counterfeits

UK Hydrographic Office has issued a warning concerning counterfeit nautical charts and publications

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Nonstop solo circumnavigation effort passes Good Hope

Nonstop solo circumnavigation effort passes Good Hope

Jeanne Socrates continues in her quest for a solo, nonstop circumnavigation record

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Three ships around the Southern Capes

Three ships around the Southern Capes

Three Dutch tall ships, a barque and two schooners, will sail the Southern Ocean commemorating early Dutch explorers

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Finishing fourth — without a keel

Finishing fourth — without a keel

Jean-Pierre Dick coaxed his IMOCA 60 to the finish with the clever use of water ballast

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From a cold and syrupy sea…

From a cold and syrupy sea…

Wintry seas serve up ice of all shapes, sizes, and consistencies. This one may prompt cravings for maple syrup

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A better chain plate for voyaging boats?

A better chain plate for voyaging boats?

John Harries of Attainable Adventure Cruising makes a case for avoiding stainless steel for chain plates

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