• Over £20K raised for WWII seaplane with engine failure on Loch Ness

    Over £20K raised for WWII seaplane with engine failure on Loch Ness0

    More than £20,000 has been raised for a Second World War seaplane which suffered an engine failure as it attempted to take off from the Loch Ness, according to the Daily Mail. The PBY Catalina flying boat named ‘Miss Pick Up’ had landed on the freshwater loch, drifting helplessly, when her starboard engine failed to re-start. The

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  • RNLI renews calls to heed warnings after major incident in Cornwall

    RNLI renews calls to heed warnings after major incident in Cornwall0

    Hurricane Epsilon has had different results for people enjoying the stunning Cornish coastlines. Strong winds and low pressure created huge waves which resulted in a major incident involving nine people being swept into the sea by surging waves. RNLI lifeguards patrolling Gwithian beach in Cornwall were among the responding emergency services to the incident. Also

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  • Superyacht Life Foundation takes on the rumourmongers

    Superyacht Life Foundation takes on the rumourmongers0

    What happens when there are gaps in a newspaper? According to Mark de Jong, marketing manager for Superyacht Life Foundation (SLF), the Daily Mail fills them in with ‘salacious stories’. He’s referring to the superyacht industry which hasn’t had an easy time growing up while represented by Bond villains and super-rich owners whose wealth makes

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  • Britannia’s foils, made by Mercedes, on show

    Britannia’s foils, made by Mercedes, on show0

    Team Ineos has released footage of Britannia‘s first sail. Seemingly she caused quite a stir when she was revealed. One eye catching element, says Ineos, was the shape of Britannia‘s wing foils which penetrate the water to make her fly. They have been delivered to Auckland from Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team’s HQ in Brackley where

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  • Cargill and BAR Technologies collaborate to reduce shipping CO2 emissions by 30%

    Cargill and BAR Technologies collaborate to reduce shipping CO2 emissions by 30%0

    Cargill and BAR Technologies have embarked on a strategic project with naval architect Deltamarin to bring cutting edge wind propulsion technology to commercial shipping. The project will see BAR Technology’s WindWings – large, solid wing sails that measure up to 45 meters in height – fitted to the deck of bulk cargo ships to harness

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  • Sea Sure designs lifting rudder for OK dinghy

    Sea Sure designs lifting rudder for OK dinghy0

    Sea Sure, the Warsash-based manufacturer of dinghy transom products like pintles, gudgeons and rudder stocks, has collaborated with Ovington Boats to design and manufacture a lifting rudder to fit to an OK dinghy. This comes after the OK class requested a lifting rudder option so that launching, and recovery, are straightforward and safe, particularly in

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