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Practical Boat Owner

June 2019

Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd Practical Boat Owner is Britain's biggest-selling boating magazine, trusted and respected by all its readers. A source of useful and helpful information for both power and sail boat owners, PBO helps you get the most from your boat acting as a forum for interacting with like-minded individuals.

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TI-Media
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practical boat owner

CONTACT PBO EDITORIALBy email: pbo@ti-media.comVia our website: www.pbo.co.ukBy post: PBO, TI Media Limited, Pinehurst 2, Pinehurst Road, Farnborough, Hants, GU14 7BFBy phone tel: +44 (0)1252 555176Editor Rob MelottiFeatures Editor Laura HodgettsNews Editor Katy SticklandChief Sub-editor Julian PeckhamArt Editor Robert OwenGroup Art Editor Neil SingletonGroup Art Director Kevin EasonSenior Production Manager Peter WessonGroup Editor Marine Elaine BuntingMD Marine, Sports & Photo Gareth BeesleyGroup MD Andrea DaviesCONTRIBUTORSJeremy Butler, Nic Compton, Ian Garner, Roger Harper, Rupert Holmes, Roger Hughes, Jake Kavanagh, Genevieve Leaper, Ron Olivier, Rick Page, David Parker, Peter Poland, Hedley Richie, Kass Schmitt, Huw WilliamsARTICLE SUBMISSIONSWhen submitting letters or other articles please include hi-res digital images. Please include your name and full postal address. The editor reserves the right to shorten or modify any material submitted. TI Media Limited and/or its…

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waiting for the tide

Lunch break in the boatyard for liveaboards Jasna and Rick – see feature on page 38 (Rick Page)with the editorSailing your very own wayThere are infinite reasons for wanting to sail or go boating, from the cruisers who go no further than the harbour mouth, to the liveaboards who abandon all ties and sail the seven seas. PBO caters to a wide variety of the world’s boating tribes – more than any other boating magazine – but what is it that unites us all?Ben McMinn tells Peter Poland all about his love for classics: cars, houses, boats – you name it (page 26). As long as it was built more than 50 years ago, he’s a fan. He readily admits that his Wind Elf has yet to cover much ground…

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news

The development of offshore wind will be focused on the east coast of England and Scotland (Geoff Smith/Alamy)More offshore windfarms in North SeaMore offshore windfarms are being planned for the east coast of England and Scotland following a new sector deal between the industry and the UK Government.By 2030, a third of all electricity in the UK will be generated by offshore wind facilitated by the expansion or development of sites in the North Sea and east coast of Scotland, including the Firth of Forth, Norfolk and East Anglia.Renewable UK, which is the trade association for wind power, wave power and tidal power industries, has stressed that the safety of sailors will continue to be considered when looking at new developments.Its comments come after the cruising manager of the RYA,…

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is your gps accurate?

(Universal Images Group/Getty)The Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA) has issued a special safety bulletin to all mariners who use older GPS following a so-called week number rollover event on 6 April 2019. Find out if it affects you.What is a week number rollover event?All GPS systems count time in weeks after 6 January 1980. The week number is stored as a 10-bit binary number which only allows for a maximum of 1,024 weeks (19.7 years) before resetting itself to 0. This rollover to 0 happened on 6 April 2019 and had the potential to affect all GPS receivers and systems using GPS chips for both position and UTC which are over 10 years old.How do I know if my GPS is affected?Only equipment more than 10 years old and that…

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diary dates

■ Chichester Marina Boat Show, 27-28 April, Premier Chichester Marina, premiermarinas.com■ Chichester Harbour Conservancy Open Day, 27 April, various activities in and around the harbour, conservancy.co.uk■ Hereford River Carnival, 3-4 May, River Wye, Hereford, rivercarnival.org.uk■ Celtic Challenge Rowing Race, 3-6 May from Arklow, Ireland to Aberystwyth, Wales, celtic-challenge.org.uk■ Jersey Boat Show, 4-6 May, St Helier Marina, jerseyboatshow.com■ Gosport Marine Festival, 11 May, Haslar Marina, gosportmarinescene.com/ events/gosport-marinefestival/n British Motor Yacht Show, 17-19 May, Swanwick Marina, Hamble, britishmotoryachtshow.com■ Cowes Spring Classics, 17-19 May, Cowes, cowesspringclassics.com■ South Coast Boat Show, 17-19 May, Ocean Village Marina, Southampton, southcoastboatshow.com■ Shepperton Marina Boat Jumble, 18 May, sheppertonmarina.co.uk■ Brixham Heritage Sailing Regatta, 25-26 May, Torbay, brixhamheritageregatta.uk■ Lowland Canal Carnival, 24-26 May, Falkirk Wheel, Auchinstarry Marina in Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch in East Dunbartonshire, scottishcanals.co.uk■ All Wales Boat and…

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regional news

SOUTH COAST AND CHANNEL ISLANDSA glass tower will replace the Fawley chimney (Pete Titmuss/Alamy)FAWLEY CHIMNEY TO GOThe iconic Fawley power station chimney on the Solent, is to be demolished and replaced with a glass tower as part of regeneration plans.Fawley Waterside Ltd wants to build a small town of 1,500 homes, along with a hotel, yacht club, shops, restaurants and a marina on the site. It has been told by New Forest District Council that the chimney has a ‘detrimental impact’ on the New Forest National Park landscape.The developers are planning to remove the chimney and apply for permission to build a 100m high glass tower which can be seen from the Solent’s eastern and western approaches.(Nick Kindon/WWF-UK)CLEANER ILFRACOMBEAn autonomous marine robot, known as WasteShark, has been launched by the…

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