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Hai sete? Portati la bottiglia da casa! L’Acquario di Vancouver combatte così l’inquinamento dell’oceano

Liguria Nautica segue con grande interesse il tema dell’inquinamento dell’Oceano, una problematica che preoccupa ogni giorno di più. Per questo non potevamo che segnalare […]

L'articolo Hai sete? Portati la bottiglia da casa! L’Acquario di Vancouver combatte così l’inquinamento dell’oceano sembra essere il primo su Liguria Nautica News.

Pubblicato il 26/04/2017

Washington State Now More Megayacht-Friendly

Washington has become the latest state to modify its pilotage act, benefitting megayachts. Effective this summer, far fewer yachts will need a pilot onboard when entering the Puget Sound and Grays Harbor regions. Previously, the law required small passenger vessels exceeding 500 gross tons to have a pilot onboard. Furthermore, yachts exceeding 750 gross tons Continue reading

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Pubblicato il 26/04/2017

Tracy Edwards’ Whitbread maxi Maiden returns home for ambitious new project

Some 27 years after setting sail on the Whitbread Round the World race with the first all female crew, Tracy Edwards has brought the maxi Maiden home with a big new project in mind

Tracy Edwards (front) and some of her original crew on the Whitbread maxi Maiden

A moment of history was revisited on the banks of the River Hamble in April when the Whitbread maxi Maiden …Continue reading »

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Pubblicato il 25/04/2017

Mondomarine Lays Off Staff, Faces Further Challenges

Following temporary layoffs last month affecting 100 craftspeople, Mondomarine reached agreement with the workers’ unions late last week to pay some wages. The figure is less than what the unions sought, and more than what the shipyard offered. The financial challenges for Mondomarine, however, continue. The unions news comes via reports by La Stampa newspaper Continue reading

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Pubblicato il 25/04/2017

Fresh From Refit, Akiko Chartering Down Under

Translated from the Maori language, Akiko means “at a distance from home.” The owners of the 112-foot (34-meter) explorer yacht bearing that name want her to be your home afar from home, too. They’re offering her for charter in Australia for the rest of the year, followed by other South Pacific regions. Akiko wrapped up Continue reading

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Pubblicato il 25/04/2017