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Yachting Monthly

October 2019

Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd Yachting monthly is at the heart of the British yachting market and is for people who actively sail their boats - whether cruising across the channel, around the coast or further a field in blue waters. It provides an entertaining mix of vital information for cruising yachtsmen with all levels of experience, which maximises their enjoyment, increases their skills and gives them the confidence to broaden their horizons.

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holiday your way

BAREBOAT CHARTER Enjoy the unlimited freedom to roam and flexibility to set your own schedule. Take your pick of our dynamic fleet and revel in epic long passages and short island jaunts. SKIPPERED HOLIDAYS Be as hands on as you like, or sit back and let our friendly skippers be your guide. With their unrivalled local knowledge and expertise, enjoy sailing to the world’s best-hidden gems. FLOTILLA HOLIDAYS Discover together and combine the freedom of sailing with complete support from our expert lead crews when you need it. From beach BBQ’s to punch parties and end of week regattas; this is social sailing at its best. SAILING SCHOOLS Become an independent sailor with your RYA Day Skipper in the UK, Greece, Croatia and Australia and come away with the nautical skills you need to flourish wherever the…

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snakes & ladders

We were sailing beautifully, Gipsy Moth IV running sweetly and at speed, the bow wave rolling out across the calm sea. Then the tide turned. The evening remained tranquil, our progress through the water unabated, but on the horizon landmarks that had been slipping astern began to reappear, and Hurst lighthouse, for which we were aiming, grew ever more distant (p60). The frustration of slamming into a foul tide is matched only by the euphoria of hurtling along with it at speeds quite unimaginable in non-tidal waters. Sailing is like a game of snakes and ladders. The key difference, however, is that we as sailors, are not victims of fate. Not, at least, if we understand our environment and how to take advantage of it. Over many years of cruising, Ken Endean…

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report flags future sar aircrew shortage

If you have a news story to share, contact News Editor Katy Stickland Email Katy.Stickland@timeinc.com Tel 01252 555 166 The UK’s privatised Search and Rescue (SAR) helicopter service could face a shortage of qualified aircrew, according to a new report. The British defence company QinetiQ has carried out a review into the privatisation of the SAR helicopter service, seen as controversial by some, which since 2015 has been run by Bristow Helicopters in a 10-year deal worth £1.6 billion. It found that although the transition, which saw the number of SAR UK airbases cut from 12 to 10, and the removal of ageing RAF Sea King helicopters from the service, has been ‘successful’, there were ‘a small number of issues which, if not addressed, may cause risks to SAR capability’. These include the future of…

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yacht emissions under scrutiny

Emissions from domestic boats in the UK, including yachts, are to be looked at by the government. Boat owners, port and marina operators and boat yards and storage companies are being asked to respond to the Department for Transport’s Call for Evidence looking at air pollutant emissions from all domestic vessels used around the coast and inland waterways. All the information gathered will be used to help the government understand more clearly the extent of emissions from vessels that do not currently fall within the scope of environmental regulations, and establish if it can do more to address the issue. A summary of responses will be published within three months of the close of the Call for Evidence, which will end on 11 January 2020. Details at: www.gov.uk/government/consultations/domestic-shipping-air-pollution-call-for-evidence DAUNTLESS TAKES CROWN The Daring Class Dauntless, sailed…

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news in numbers

1M The charity UKSA has raised £1 million towards its £3 million Building Better Futures campaign. So far, it has delivered a new maritime training centre at Cowes and four new Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 449s. 6 EasyJet founder Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou has donated six RS21 keelboats to the Sea Cadets charity. The boats will be rotated around the country training some 15,000 Sea Cadets. 24 A new 24-hour self-service fuel pump and payment system has been installed at Hafan Pwllheli marina in North Wales. The payment system accepts any credit or debit card. Fewer visitor berths The 1,600 berth Port Chantereyne in Cherbourg has reduced its number of visitor berths to 200 after dedicating more space to annual berth holders.…

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clipper organisers want new inquiry

Clipper Ventures, which runs the Clipper Race, is calling on the government to hold an inquiry into the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) and Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB). It follows the publication of the MAIB report into the death of Simon Speirs, who died on Leg 3 of the 2017-18 edition after his tether hook failed when he went overboard the Clipper 70, CV30. The Department of Transport told YM it was confident that the MCA and MAIB’s findings were ‘independent and thorough.’ Clipper Ventures wants the inquiry after it highlighted some inaccuracies in the MAIB report, including the statement that Clipper hadn’t implemented any of the MAIB’s recommendations relating to previous incidents. Clipper said following Mr Speirs’ death, a paid, professionally qualified ‘Additional Qualified Person’ was introduced to aid each…

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