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  1. Video has recently surfaced online of ocean researchers’ encounter in the Atlantic with an abandoned Dun Laoghaire yacht — one that was the subject of headlines a decade ago. It’s nearly 10 years since Alan McGettigan and crew were rescued…
    The Ocean Research Project happened upon the Swan 48, Wolfhound, some 800 miles off Bermuda many weeks after it was abandoned at sea
  2. With a chest-clogging cold snap of soul-sapping frozen fogs likely to be replaced here this weekend by roof-lifting wet and windy gales, the very thought of sun-dappled Sydney Harbour and its sublime sailing will be a spirit-raiser for yotties throughout…
  3. The Tour Voile returns to its offshore roots in 2023 with the Figaro Beneteau 3 and an intense two-week fully crewed programme Tour Voile, the iconic multidisciplinary annual race around France, is to return to offshore One Design keelboats in…
  4. A Cork-based data company providing site investigation services to the offshore wind sector has welcomed moves to expedite the planning process for developments in Ireland. However, Green Rebel says there would be further opportunities for Ireland if the government learned…
    Green Rebel's survey vessel 'Roman Rebel' in Cork Harbour
  5. In October 2023, the Transat Jacques Vabre Normandie Le Havre will celebrate its 30th anniversary in Le Havre before the famous two-handed tranatlantic race heads to Martinique, where the finish of the race known as the Route du Café will…
    Antoine Robin and Gildas Gautier, race managers, with Jean-Luc Denécheau, Pdt FFV, survey the new race route during the press conference to launch the Transat Jacques Vabre 2023 in Paris on 3 November



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