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  • Trans-Ocean e.V. Trans-Ocean e.V.
    Articles, hints and special advice for sailing and cruising folks. The "Trans-Ocean" eV (TO) is a network by and for ocean sailors. It's their "home port" even though it doesn't have its own club building. Wherever TO members meet, the association lives. Trans-Ocean was founded in 1968 to support offshore sport sailing, to encourage all activities of cruising and regatta sailors and to be of service to all sailors. Our magazine , which is published every three months, informs all members with reports from the world regions as well as the latest from the scene, news from the club and our bases worldwide. We regularly hold seminars and events to prepare and keep our members fit for the big trips. We are a registered German association. Our office in the Atlantic House in Cuxhaven is available to our members if they have any questions.
    https://www.trans-ocean.org/
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  • Understanding Weatherfax Understanding Weatherfax
    Armed with this book and a current weatherfax chart you will have all the essentials for making your own forcast no matter where you are in the world.
    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1574090313/sandybaymarinere
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  • Waterway Radio and Cruising Club Waterway Radio and Cruising Club
    The Waterway Radio and Cruising Club is an association of amateur radio operators who also share an interest in recreational boating. The Waterway Net, which is sponsored by the Waterway Radio and Cruising Club, meets on the air every morning of the year for about an hour starting at 0745 ET on a frequency of 7.268 MHz LSB. The main purpose of the Waterway Net is to encourage amateur radio communications to and from boats with an emphasis on safety and weather information. Membership in the WRCC is open to anyone holding a valid amateur radio license.
    https://www.waterwayradio.net/
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  • Women and Cruising Women and Cruising
    Advice, Resources and Inspiration for Women Cruisers. Women cruisers get cruising inspiration, ideas, advice, tips, recommendations, links, articles and books from Women and Cruising.
    http://www.womenandcruising.com/
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  • World Cruising and Sailing Wiki World Cruising and Sailing Wiki
    A free, online World Cruising Guide! The World Cruising and Sailing Wiki (an online world cruising guide) has been established so that all cruisers around the world can have free access to as much information on cruising around the world as possible with information on Countries, Immigration and Customs procedures, world ports, navigation and approaches, marinas, anchorages, ocean passages, maritime warnings, boating tips, etc. This Cruising and Sailing Wiki is a resource to which all cruisers are encouraged to freely contribute and thereby help to build a great reference resource for the benefit of all cruisers that are sailing around the world.
    http://www.cruiserswiki.org/
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  • World Cruising Club World Cruising Club
    World Cruising Club is the world's leading sailing rally specialist, with nine distinct rallies taking place every year - ARC, World ARC, Caribbean 1500, ARC Europe, ARC Portugal, ARC USA, ARC Baltic, ARC DelMarVa and the Malts Cruise. From round-the-world adventures and ocean crossings, to social cruising and island hopping, there is something for everyone. World Cruising Club was born with the very first ARC in 1986, the first-ever ocean crossing rally. We now help more than 450 boats and 1200 people to achieve their sailing dreams every year. Some of our rallies are big on fun and big on people, others are more intimate. Whatever their size, our rallies all adhere to the original ethos of safe and social cruising. Our rally teams are all keen to ensure that everyone has a great time ashore and afloat; we know that rallies are more than simply sailing. Cowes, Isle of Wight, United Kingdom
    https://www.worldcruising.com/
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  • WorldCruisingGuide.net WorldCruisingGuide.net
    A forum for cruising sailors to share information, local knowledge, experiences and advice in ports and anchorages around the world with Google maps and photographs
    http://www.worldcruisingguide.net/
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  • Yacht Destinations Yacht Destinations
    We are here to help members of yacht clubs to find other clubs to visit while cruising or traveling. Many clubs will extend reciprocal privileges to members of other yacht clubs. This means that you may be able to tie your boat up to your reciprocal club's dock and/or use their facilities while on a vist it. Reciprocal privileges offered by a club usually only extend to specific other clubs. This site was designed to help you find out what is available to you as a member of your yacht club while you are visiting another club. You need to "Create an Account" here and while doing so indicate what yacht club you belong to. Then, when you "Sign In", the database of clubs will filter down to those that are your reciprocal clubs.
    https://yachtdestinations.org/
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  • Your Offshore Doctor Your Offshore Doctor
    Written by a knowledgeable seagoing physician, this book addresses the medical layman. It is thoroughly illustrated and presented in a format that is easy to follow, even in an emergency. Covering a wide range of medical problems that may be encountered at sea, Dr. Beilan explains how to prepare medical histories of the crew before leaving on a voyage; set up a medical kit according to the type of voyage to be made; determine priorities in the event of a problem; make a tentative diagnosis and proceed with treatmen; and provide aftercare for the patient until medical authorities can be reached.
    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1574090135/sandybaymarinere
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