What kind of sailboat is best for blue water sailing?
I am interested in erudition to sail, and would like to go ocean sailing. I would like to know what type of sailboat is the best type for ocean sailing.
I yourself would go with an Oyster. They are not made until you order it. Customized to meet your specific sailing needs. They are excellent blue water sailing yachts. They...
How would I decide a ship's history, with it's name, registration #, port city, and a picture of it in Sardinia?
I saw this yacht, the "sydney beyond repair c destitute oyster" #858574, at 18.59m and from Sydney, Australia. Now, I'd like to see if I could (in a stalker-ish way) find out where they've been and where it's going. Just out of curiousity :) thanks works for me... cept that's...
If they registered in the refuge the port should have this info and in the usa this is public information records so anyone can view them
In June I will be visiting the Midwest. What traditions does the Midwest have?
For exemplar New England has a seafaring tradition (whaling, fishing, yachting, etc), a literary tradition (Emerson, Hawthorne, Thoreau, Dickenson, Longfellow, etc), a kindergarten of cooking (lobster, oyster stew, clam chowder, Yankee pot roast, etc),...
It in the final analysis depends on where you are going. For example, in my own state there are so many different traditions. Farming is really big but so are many other things. Music...
Humphreys Yacht Connivance and Oyster Yachts unveil the Oyster 115 Currently in happening between Humphreys Yacht Design and Oyster Yachts for an existing owner as a custom one-off, the Oyster 115 marries the expert skills and skill of both the Oyster Custom team and the Refit and Classic Yacht division at
New Build: Oyster one-off 115' sailing yacht Convenience onboard the 115-foot sailing yacht will be for a minimum of 10 to a maximum of 14 guests. The layout runs with a big cheese suite and four double guest staterooms aft. There is a fifth guest cabin forward will accommodate children with
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Hoveton based Oyster Yachts toasts rowing-boat show success - Norfolk Eastern Daily Press
The ensemble, which has hugely expanded its operation in Hoveton in the past three years, took two boats to Germany - the Norfolk-built 575, costing between £1. 4m and £1. 6m, and its span-topping Southampton-built 825 yacht, starting at £4. 5m. The 825 - the third to be built by the... Managing-the man David Tydeman said: “The contracts we signed were for two of the smaller yachts in our range, the 475 and 575, but we came away with a good inquiries catalogue for other boats as well. As well as displaying the boats, they had demonstrated a range of new technology, including a system linked to GPS which automatically changed the concentration of light from day to night-time levels where ever you were sailing in the world. Mr Tydeman said the company currently had a mere healthy order book of 32 boats, including four reaching the commissioning stage, 14 in physique and 14 waiting to start. Their workforce at the former Landamores yard on Hoveton’s Tilia Business Park had risen from 70 when they took it over three years ago to about 180 and he predicted that would lengthen by a further 20pc in the next two years. Following completion of a £500,000 extension last year - increasing the number of build bays from seven to nine - a further enlargement to 14 build bays was already planned. Mr Tydeman said the company’s strong orders provided the self-confidence to press ahead with their investment. It had been revealed on a visit to Oyster before Christmas by local MP Norman Lamb that plans would be submitted to North Norfolk Cabinet for a joint investment of £5m with the company’s business park landlord. the scheme would also include plans for new homes. The company hopes in short order to seal a deal to build a 115ft super yacht - the largest Oyster ever built in the UK - at its Southampton yard and its plans will also see more chap refit work being carried out on the south coast. Mr Tydeman said this strategy would see more of the company’s middle-sized yachts being built in Hoveton - currently their development was shared with Southampton. Oyster - unlike most other yacht builders - has continued to expand through the economic downturn by erection on its reputation as an elite brand. Its turnover has grown to around £45m and its order book is already 35pc full for 2016. Has your firm bucked the economic downturn. Please log in to leave a comment and share your views with other Eastern Daily Press visitors. We allow people to post comments with the aim of encouraging open debate. Only people who register and sign up to our terms and conditions can post comments. Comments are not edited by Eastern Daily Push staff prior to publication but may be automatically filtered. If you have a complaint about a comment please contact us by clicking on the Report This Comment button next to the expansion.www.edp24.co.uk
VA SHORE: Point Charles Yacht Center promises jobs Promontory CHARLES — The Cape Charles harbor will see 12-16 new jobs immediately, and 24-30 new jobs by April when the new Cape Charles Yacht Center is in uncensored operation. In addition to ship building, the center will offer maintenance, repair ...
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