Tug Of Oar?

We recently stumbled across this video of an unrecognizable event filmed by the Polish rowing team, Smoki Pólnocy. The two teams sit facing one another in a Dragon boat (essentially a normal rowing boat but twice the width) whilst furiously paddling, battling each other to move the boat forwards. It took me a minute to figure out why the Read more

Top Tips: How to relieve seasickness

Motion sickness, or ‘kinetosis’, is thought to affect up to 20 million people in the UK alone and can be induced by using any mode of transport including Boats, cars, planes and trains. Typical symptoms of the affliction include pale skin, cold sweats, dizziness and vomiting, none of which will endear you to your fellow crew Read more

Suzuki: A long and rich history…

Today, Suzuki manufactures all manner of motorised products such as automobiles, motorcycles, ATVs and of course the outboard engines we know and love. This year marks the 50th anniversary of their first outboard, the D55, and since then Suzuki has manufactured over 3 million outboard motors. We thought we’d take a trip down memory lane Read more

This summer’s big sailing event: ACWS Portsmouth

For people who love sailing, the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series Portsmouth presents the rare chance to see the best sailors in the world in action, right here in the UK. Six teams from around the world will be battling it out at special races on 25th and 26th July – hoping to score points Read more

Be Prepared this Season: Know who is Sailing Near You

When we are out on the water it can be useful to know who is sailing close to you to, this is particularly true when we approach the summer months and there are a variety of nationalities riding the waves. While we are in no means stereotyping; there are several signs that let you know Read more

9 Things a Sailor Will Always Beat You At

You seem to be doing alright at this little thing we like to call life. You’re well-travelled. You have well-informed (you like to believe) opinions on your local MP and an array of enviable life hacks you picked up while backpacking across South East Asia. You can open a wine bottle with you feet and Read more