Anita Sutton will present this webinar, beginning with an introduction to who she is and where she is and will then cover all the aspects cruisers need to consider when planning to decommission and store their boat in the Caribbean, including:
Croatia has a mixed reputation as a cruising area. Beautiful scenery and crystal clear water on the one hand, but too many charter boats; expensive; lots of officialdom; and unfriendly locals on the other. Stuart and his crew have been based in Croatia for ten years and have no plans to move on. This presentation by Stuart Bradley may help you to understand why.
For anyone planning a long voyage, the coronavirus pandemic and the ongoing changes in global climate conditions will undoubtedly have a major impact on offshore cruising. This presentation, by renowned sailor, author and public speaker, Jimmy Cornell, will examine the probable on voyage planning of these phenomena on the basis of the latest surveys on the safety of cruising and the global movement of sailing boats.
The Cruising Association is pleased to confirm that, from today and subject to local regulations, all forms of watersports, including the use of privately-owned motorised craft, can go ahead in England.
In guidance issued this morning (13 May 2020), the Government has confirmed that:
CA members Georgie and Gavin McLaren shared their tale of lockdown life on the French Inland Waterways, with reflections of Friday 13 March.
In light of the current crisis, Georgie and Gavin give an insight into day to day life in lockdown and take a reflective view of their good fortune whilst looking forward to embarking on their continuing adventure when restrictions begin to ease.
The first-ever winner to emerge from a bumper crop of 15 entries to the CA’s inaugural Vlog (video log) competition - The osCA, sponsored by MS Amlin Boat Insurance - is Nick Mines on Hejira, a Southerly 135, with Ollie and friends.