Expedition Directory - Sailing
tahina expedition
We’re sailing around the world and we would like you to follow us with this web site and through Google Earth! This isn’t a race, we started in 2009, and don’t expect to finish until 2016, and we are ...
Duration : Not Available
the darwin expedition:
This remarkable three week sailing adventure begins on the Caribbean side of the Panama Canal. We will be sailing on \"Blue Nomad,\" a robust 54\' steel ketch that has been around the world and around...
Duration : Jan 2012 - Jan 2012
caribbean circumnavigation
In the spring of 2010 we are set to begin an intriguing circumnavigation of the Caribbean basin in three legs. The purpose of this expedition to have fun, sharpen sailing and navigation skills, and to...
Duration : Not Available
around the rock
A trip around the island is expedition sailing at it\'s best. It\'s the 15th largest island in the world. It\'s larger than Cuba, and nearly 5 times larger than the big island of Hawaii. It spans five...
Duration : Not Available
the baja peninsula
The Baja Peninsula is located on the western coast of Mexico on the continent of North America. It looks like a splinter of land from the mainland of Mexico, starting at the U.S. border of California...
Duration : Not Available
atlantic cup coast expedition
This expedition … following on our first one along the Baja Peninsula in April aboard Bodacious IV, will happen concurrent to our racing in the Atlantic Cup Race that begins in Charleston, South Carol...
Duration : Not Available
trans-pacific
The Trans-Pac race of 2013 which begins for us on Thursday, July 11th @ 1 PM PDT, will have us sailing and racing the 52’ Santa Cruz, Bodacious IV, (shown on the right with the HAEA logo.) The course ...
Duration : Not Available
around the americas
Around the Americas is a 25,000 mile sailing circumnavigation of the American continents with the mission of inspiring, educating, and engaging citizens of the Americas to protect our fragile oceans....
Duration : Not Available
7 rivers 7 continents
The 7 rivers, 7 continents project is an endeavour to complete source to sea paddling descents of the longest river on each continent. A combined total distance of some 35 000km (22 000 miles). Amazon...
Duration : Not Available
alpine club antarctic expedition 2010
The Alpine Club Antarctic Expedition sailed to the Antarctic Peninsula aboard Spirit of Sydney, where we climbed a total of eight summits in the area east of the Lemaire Channel, and between Paradise ...
Duration : Not Available
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A new Titanic? US and Canada prepare for worst as luxury Arctic cruise sets sail
Coast guard officials are training for catastrophe as melting sea ice opens up Northwest Passage allowing liner to cruise with 1,700 from Alaska to New York

On 13 April, coast guard officials from the US and Canada will trai...

Environment news, comment and
Northwest Passage Now Open to Cruise Ships
A 68,000 ton cruise ship will soon embark on a voyage through the fabled and perilous route. ...
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FMV Cup 2016 - MEXORC Regatta - Wrap up + Videos
It was week of intense activity in Puerto Vallarta, boats from different places of US and Mexico gathered ...
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Sailors 'catastrophe waiting to happen'
Two transatlantic yachtsmen who have called out rescue teams nine times in seven months are a "catastrophe waiting to happen" and should "leave UK waters". ...
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Solo Antarctic Explorer Dies Just Short of Goal
Even before the 55-year-old former army officer made the agonizing call, his journey was full of harrowing moments. ...
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The Coxless Crew complete 9,200 mile rowing voyage across Pacific, in pictures
In pics: Female adventurers complete 9,200 mile rowing voyage ...
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Abu Dhabi uses world stage to inspire young UAE sailors
Moves to draw a new generation of young Emiratis into sailing and steer the UAE's brightest young talent towards the top level are being boosted by the 2015 ISAF Sailing World Cup Final in Abu Dhabi this week. ...
ISAF News
English Channel Crossing Record Confirmed
The World Sailing Speed Record Council has ratified the establishment of a new Cowes (GBR) to Dinard (FRA) outright record. The 105-ft trimaran Lending Club, sailed by Renaud La Planche (USA/FRA), Ryan Breymaier (USA), and a crew ...
Sailing for Novices Often Begins With Invitations to Crew
Spencer Raggio's affair with sailing began on Boston Harbor aboard a sloop he chartered with a girlfriend late one August afternoon. There was some breeze early. A four-hour sail turned into seven hours. They passed sunset and ...
Rio Mayor: Olympic sailing venues, won't be clean
There’s something rotten off the coast of Rio and unfortunately for those participating in next year’s Olympic sailing events, they’ll likely have to compete in it. Rio’s Mayor Eduardo Paes confirmed to Brazil’s SporTV that Guanab...
Robert Scheidt and Bruno Prada lead Star Sailors League Finals
Nassau, Bahamas (December 3, 2014) – Conditions were near-perfect for the opening day of the Star Sailors League Finals – a north-easterly breeze of 15 knots and a flattish sea – for the 20-boat fleet of the world’s best sailors. ...
Cargo Ship Is First to Solo the Northwest Passage
Another Arctic milestone was reached this week when a cargo ship fortified against ice completed a solo trip through the hazardous Northwest Passage. The MV Nunavik, owned by shipping firm Fednav and built in Japan, left Canada...
cancer sufferer embarks on inspirational sailing trip
A young cancer sufferer from Treharris took part in an inspirational sailing trip with the Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust. Thomas Harman, 11, joined the voyage along with 16 other youngsters between the age of eight of 18 who are in...
Canoe & Climate Shed Light on Polynesian Sailing Technology
Two new studies published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences shed light on how Polynesian seafarers colonized the islands of the Pacific Ocean. Lead author Dilys Amanda Johns of the University of Auckland descr...
Bart’s Bash sets the new Guinness World Record
Bart’s Bash, the global sailing race organized by the Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation which took place on 21st September, has set the new Guinness World Record for the Largest Sailing Race (24 hours). While the Bart’s Bash t...
Sailing: Kiwi crews in line for gold
Two New Zealand crews are in pole position to defend their titles at the world sailing championships in Santander, Spain. Top performances from Peter Burling and Blair Tuke saw them extend their lead in the men's skiff, while Jo A...
Researchers want to attach cheap sensors to sailboats and other vessels to collect data on the impact of climate change on the world's oceans.
The ocean is vast—so huge that scientists struggle to collect adequate amounts of data on its health, even with the aid of satellites, autonomous robots, and networked buoys. Now scientists are proposing a simple solution to t...
Arctic ambition: The race to sail Northwest Passage heats up
The trip costs $20,000 to $150,000. For the money, you get a month crossing the world's final ocean frontier. In 2016, 900 passengers will board a cruise liner named the Crystal Serenity for the largest expedition through the ...
Scarlet Runner circumnavigated the globe
The proud owner Rob Date reports that in the early hours of Tuesday morning Scarlet Runner a Reichel Pugh 52 will arrive in Sydney completing a circumnavigation of the world. She was last in Sydney for the 2013 Sydney to Southport...
Extreme Sailing Series - J.P. Morgan BAR on the podium
started out as a good day to be building an Ark, with torrential rain and not much wind, but the breeze built and by the final race the teams had to reduce sail. It all came down to this final double-points race in the breeze, and...
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