Navigating Today’s Navigation: Adapting to Climate Change

The impact of climate change is being felt across various industries, and the field of navigation is no exception. As our planet faces increasing environmental challenges, the way we navigate our oceans and waterways must adapt accordingly. This article explores the current state of Navigating Today’s Navigation in the context of climate change, highlighting the […]

Yachting in Antarctica: Exploring the Extremes of the World

Yachting in Antarctica

If you want to Yachting in Antarctica you should know that the world was filled with concern between late January and early March 2002 when the Larsen B ice shelf broke away from Antarctica, releasing a staggering 3,250 square kilometers of ice 220 meters thick into the sea. Now, another ice shelf, a hundred times […]

The cycle of the sea

The cycle of the sea

The cycle of the sea Life at sea and life on land are closely linked. The ocean depends on us and affects our existence more than we think. The first astronauts who were able to admire the spectacle of the planet below them called the Earth “the blue planet”, because the ocean covers 71% of […]

Alternative yacht holidays!

Alternative yacht holidays! The Rig, an oil rig transformed into a luxury amusement park. The arrival to this complex can be done by boat – it will have a marina with 50 berths for superyachts – or by private helicopter. This tourist complex will offer three hotels, eleven restaurants and various attractions, as well as […]

Coral Reefs

Coral Reefs “Coral reefs at risk of extinction: “Few areas protected by UNESCO and insufficient research as the waters overheat” According to Status of Coral Reefs of the World, the sixth annual report by scientists and activists of the Global Coral Reef Monitoring Network (Gcrmn) reaching the conventional threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius will result […]

Whales and krill fundamental for our planet

Whales and krill fundamental for our planet New research published today in the journal Nature concludes that giant mammals – such as blue whales, humpback whales, orcas – eat an average of three times more food per year than scientists previously calculated. Between 1910 and 1970 alone, hunting these mammals wiped out more than 1.5 […]