Actualitat marítima


26/oct./2021

La línea de atraque del muelle sur del puerto de Santa Cruz de Tenerife amanece hoy completa, ocupada por cinco cruceros de turismo, como en los viejos tiempos, entre los que destacan dos gemelos que coinciden por primera vez: “Borealis” y “Bolette”, de Fred. Olsen Cruise Line. Ambos proceden de la flota de Holland America Line y toman el relevo a los veteranos “Black Watch” y “Boudicca”, el último de los cuales está siendo desguazado en Aliaga (Turquía).

Completan la línea de atraque el buque de expedición “Hanseatic Inspiration”, “Mein Schiff 2” y “AIDAbella”. Se trata de un día...

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26/oct./2021

 

Informe CIAIM-16/2021

Zozobra y pérdida del pesquero MARSUA J en Freu da Porta, Islas Cíes (Pontevedra), el 24 de febrero de 2020.

Microsoft Word – IC_16-2021_MARSUA J_definitivo.docx (mitma.gob.es)

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26/oct./2021

(26/oct/21) El británico Alex Thomson anuncia su retirada y confirma que no estará en la salida de la Vendée Globe 2024. Thomson pone en stand-by su actividad como patrón y, de momento, será el manager de un nuevo equipo que no contará con el patrocinio de Hugo Boss. Este equipo, que en breve ha de dar a conocer su patrocinador principal, construirá un nuevo IMOCA que, según los planes de Thomson...

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26/oct./2021

(27/oct/21) El VO70 danés ‘Trifork’, de Joern Larsen, fue el más rápido en la ‘La Larga’, completando las 220 millas del recorrido entre Palma, Dragonera, Ibiza, Formentera y Cabrera en 21:45 horas y marcando el primer récord de esta regata recién estrenada por el RCN de de Palma como parte del programa de la PalmaVela.

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26/oct./2021

(26/oct/21) El 100 pies VPLP/Verdier ‘Comanche’, con Mitch Booth a los mandos, cruzó la línea de meta de la Rolex Middle Sea Race 2021 en la madrugada de ayer martes para llevarse los Line Honours entre los monocascos en regata y hacerse también con el récord histórico de velocidad en la prueba, marcando un tiempo de 40:17:50 horas que supone una media de velocidad rondando los 15 nudos en las 606 millas...

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26/oct./2021

In the early ‘80s, there were two schools of thought in the USVI marine industry—one, don’t let the locals know what we’re doing or they’ll want to horn-in for an ever increasing slice of the economic pie; or two, make sure the locals are continuously informed on what we’re doing—so the ever-increasing slice of the pie can better benefit us all. A charter group exemplified the former, and an industry group called VIMI, the Virgin Islands Marine Industry, spearheaded the second. 

Am I over-simplifying? Of course. That’s what we journalists do, especially when talking...

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26/oct./2021

For all those in the luxury yacht chartering business a new trend is developing: ‘Undersea Wine.’ When Charlie was growing up in England in the hotel business some sixty years ago wine was an accompaniment to have with lunch or dinner and usually for special occasions. Choices were not difficult; it was white with fish or red with meat. It was a dry white with fish and sweet with dessert. Reds were either full bodied or light, depending on personal preference. French wines were almost exclusively served with a smattering of German – all others were considered inferior.

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26/oct./2021

Sold! In June, JMA Ventures, a San Francisco, CA-based investment and development firm, along with San Diego, CA-headquartered LLJ Ventures, closed on the purchase of the Marigot Bay Resort and Marina. The luxury resort and large yacht marina, which can accommodate vessels up to 280 LOA, is located on St. Lucia’s Caribbean Sea coast 7 miles south of the island’s capital of Castries. JMA has selected the US Marina Group to manage all marina operations. With offices in Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, FL, the US Marina Group is a premier third-party marina management and advisory company...

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26/oct./2021

The dual-island nation of Antigua & Barbuda has proven a magnet to mariners for hundreds of years. First came the Amerindians in times BC paddling north from South America. Christopher Columbus spotted the islands in 1492 but didn’t stay. The English planted their flag on Antigua and Barbuda in the 1600’s and less than a century later famous British Admiral, Horatio Nelson, lived at the Royal Navy Dockyard. Fast forward, the dockyard is where the Nicholson family started the concept of yacht chartering aboard their schooner Mollyhawk in the late 1940s. Today, Antigua especially is a...

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26/oct./2021

Just in time for the 50th anniversary of the original Outrage, Boston Whaler has debuted a 21st-century version of its flagship model. According to the Edgewater, FL-based boat manufacturer, the 420 Outrage Anniversary Edition retains everything boaters love about the original 420 Outrage such as ease of use, expansive seating and gathering spaces, a well-appointed cabin, purposeful amenities, great fishability and flawless performance, plus builds on these aspects with the latest technology, updated styling, and an array of exciting new options.

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