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Anchoring correctly: Substrate

Anchoring often looks simple, but requires time and adherence to a few simple routines if it is to be safe. To kick off the season, a brief overview of the biggest misconceptions about anchoring - and the most important rules. "Anchor maneuver? Must go briskly. And look cool!" No question - nothing draws the eye more like a yacht that...

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Catamaran vs. monohull yacht

When choosing the right yacht for your vacation, you need to consider many things. How big should the ship be, how many berths should be available? Does the crew want to sail actively, or rather relax in the sun? Do the sailors want to sail to a harbor for the night, or would they rather stay in a romantic anchorage?...

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SeaHelp warns: Delaware yacht registration is invalid in the EU

SeaHelp warns: the Delaware yacht registration does not apply to the EU. The breakdown service at sea recommends: who wants to register his yacht effectively, can do this inexpensively, quickly and reliably through the SeaHelp partner Yacht Registration Holland. Delaware Yacht Registration is advertised as having a yacht registration available in three days for all nationalities at a price of...

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Shopping by dinghy: bay with anchored yachts

Many owners of larger yachts know the problem: for shopping you come with the yacht often not close enough to land to be able to bunker for the next few days, whether because of lack of space, lack of mooring infrastructure on land or because it is simply too flat on the shore. But why do you have a dinghy...

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Sailing clothes, oilskins: Equipped like the pros

He who freezes is stupid, lazy or vain. This old saying can be supplemented on board by the addition of "who is cold and wet ...". But what sailing clothes must be in the duffel bag to cope with any weather on tour?. SeaHelp presents the must haves for sailors Even if many sailors wish for the trip only sunshine...

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Power management / power consumption on a boat or yacht: solar power system

If you are going on a trip with your yacht, you should be familiar with your boat, the traffic rules, navigation and the weather. For sailors in particular, it is also essential to be familiar with the power consumption on board if the trip is to be a success. Many charter skippers are not sufficiently aware of the fact that...

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