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  • Drakes Bay Oyster Company Fights To Save Oyster Farm

    Drakes Bay Oyster Company Fights To Save Oyster Farm

    https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/pet...tment/GXsMsG3p There's a petition online if you care to voice your opinion. There are pros and cons, including allegations that the current owner violated some rules and regs, built some outbuilding without permits etc... If you google map the Point Reyes Area and look at the minute size of the operation, compared to the the size of the estero, then look at the footprint of the dairy f...
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  • Point Reyes Aboard Alsager

    Point Reyes Aboard Alsager

    © Evan Stolz Our friend Erin Loscocco made a recent trip to Point Reyes aboard his friends the 42' steel hull SV Alsager captained by Evan Stolze and captured some wonderful imagery. With the Thanksgiving Holiday providing a window of opportunity to get away from it all, without dealing with long lines at airports, ski resorts or on the highway, why not invest some time on a pleasant cruise to one of the most pristine, off the beaten track anchorages on the West Coast? The current lon...
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  • Kite Surfing 2012

    Kite Surfing 2012



    A very nicely edited piece shot shot at Vik Iceland,
    Mainland Mexico, Baja California, Brazil & Morocco

    enjoy!...
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  • Escape From Cape Town

    Escape From Cape Town



    A Windsurfing Action Documentary about Cape Town 2012.

    Brilliant...
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  • Hanno's Great Escape to the Bay of Islands

    Hanno's Great Escape to the Bay of Islands

    Hanno has recently returned from an excellent adventure charter in the Bay Of Islands in the north east section of New Zealand's North Island, just a couple hours north of Auckland, in the semi sub-tropical section of NZ. Here's his fine condensed version of his voyage! I’ve never been wild about the idea of sailing in the tropics. Sure there are pretty sights and pleasing rich odors, but there’s also sun and heat and humidity, giving rise to sunburn and some unpleasant rich odors … if...
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  • Settling Down In El Salvador

    Settling Down In El Salvador

    Louis is an excellent fisherman, shown here with a 42" Bull Dorado. While his skill on angling are quite sharp, sometimes he forgets to put his trousers on.... Our intrepid cruising couple, Luis and Laura Kruk have bid a fine adios to Mexican waters and headed south aboard their Beneteau 42 "Cirque" after 3 seasons cruising in the Mexican Riviera during the Fall /Winter /Spring seasons. The next part of the journey will lead them to Central America, then through the Canal at a leisure...
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  • Now That's Got Some Bite To It!

    Now That's Got Some Bite To It!

    Lake Macquarie in the New South Wales Region of Australia just played host to the Aussie A-Cat Nationals, and is Australia's largest saltwater lake. At 42.5 square miles, it is twice the size of Sydney Harbor. But don't let the "Lake" distinction fool you. Connected to the Tasman Sea via the Swansea Channel, large Apex predators can and do make trips inland. This Tiger Shark caught just off the Wangi Ramp for example might give you pause. Photo courtesy Rhys Byrne. ...
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  • Short and Epic Tahoe

    Short and Epic Tahoe



    A very impressive short using time-lapse taken recently at Lake Tahoe....
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  • Pipeline Masters Near Disasters

    Pipeline Masters Near Disasters



    Wipeout's from Day 1 of the 2011 Billabong Pro Pipe Masters.
    This was the biggest swell they've said they have seen since 2001
    and it was a challenge for most pros....plenty of EPIC wipeouts....
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  • So You Want To Be A Light House Attendant?

    So You Want To Be A Light House Attendant?



    This video from the the Tip of Brittany, France might give you 2nd thoughts!

    How the buildings remain standing after such brutal pounding is simply astounding...
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  • Dances With Penguins
    by Photoboy
    Paul Cayard sheds the racing bib and puts on some snow shoes as he chills out in Antarctica and will be providing some highlights along the way: Day 4 of our Antarctic adventure-Position 64S x 62W. Our general itinerary is to travel southwest to the Arctic Circle, 66.5S, through the Palmer Archipelago along the western coast line of the Antarctic Peninsula. Yesterday we cruised down the Gerlache Strait and overnighted at Melchior Island. Since our departure from King George Island...
    01-16-2019, 10:31 AM
  • Hot Tub Tours
    by Photoboy





    Leave it to Amsterdam to come up with the optimal way to relax while touring the city. 2015 will see the initiation of Hot Tub Tours, and you can buy your own HERE!



    Full Article ...
    12-02-2014, 04:38 PM
  • Tis The Season To Light Up The Night
    by Photoboy


    Yes, Virginia, there will be illuminated boats a plenty this year! Time to ply away from the hustle and bustle,
    the frantic shopping and whatnot that can suck the joy out, and get a mug of good cheer and
    enjoy some of the spirit of the season!




    All images courtesy Fred Fago Clicky A partial listing of all the Lighted Boat Parades coming to a waterway near you! Feel free to add listings in your neck of the woods no...
    12-02-2014, 11:58 AM
  • The Road Less Traveled: Playa el Coyote
    by Photoboy
    A different type of adventure, As Ruben and Robbie join friends Tim and Ramie as they delve into setting up a 2nd homestead in Playa el Coyote in Baja California. They have arrived and begin a 6 month labor intensive working vacation... My primary role while traveling down Mexico-1 to our favorite place in the Baja is that of navigator. This may sound crazy, as there is really only one road down. I spend a lot of time scouting for vados (dips), ganados (cows), topes (bumps) and curvas ...
    11-13-2014, 02:40 PM
  • Sweet Tea's Southbound Sojoun
    by Photoboy


    Robin & Ruben Gabriel have loaded up the wagon with their Moore 24' Sweet Tea in tow and are headed
    south to Bay of Conception south of Mulege BCS for 6 months of sailing, fishing and diving the sea of Cortez !

    They will be updating on a semi regular basis and we look forward to their reports! Sounds like some crazy good,
    low profile, good times on a budget!


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    10-30-2014, 09:00 PM
  • It's Pronounced "Gourde On"
    by Photoboy







    Many celebrations of all things gourde this tim of year, but one that has a very nautical bent, the Damariscotta Pumpkinfest and Regatta, in where else, Damariscotta Maine, presents differnt way to get your "Gourde On"






    http://damariscottapumpkinfest.com/PPressInquiries.html









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    10-12-2014, 10:02 AM
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