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(English below) Navegação, ciência, fotografia, conservação e muitas outras viagens. Quem faz: Marina Guedes, jornalista que viveu em um veleiro por quatro anos no Pacífico Sul. Mixagem e pós-produção: Cyro Neto. Apoie e ganhe recompensas: www.podcastmaresonora.com ENGLISH: Interviews about sailing, science, photograph, conservation and heaps more. Host: Marina Guedes, brazilian journalist who lived 4 years on a sailboat in the South Pacific. Audio mixing and post production by Cyro Neto. Su ...
 
Have you ever wanted to head off into the sunset on a boat? Maybe you’ve secretly fantasized about selling everything, moving aboard, and traveling near or far. But you're not really sure how you'd actually do it . . . Don’t worry. You’ve found the answers to all your questions! The Boat Galley Podcast contains quick bits of info and actionable tips to help you learn what you need to know about cruising: • discovering what it's all about • deciding if it's for you • buying a boat • budgeting ...
 
The definitive podcast about sailing. Professional sailors Andy Schell, August Sandberg & Emma Garschagen interview sailors from around the world to discover what motivates, scares & inspires them. For over seven years and through 300+ episodes, we've interviewed everyone from legends like Sir Robin Knox-Johnston to our heroes like John Kretschmer & Pam Wall, boat builders, yacht designers, YouTube stars and many more. HOLD FAST!
 
Follow the journey of Giselle and Clif, a couple living aboard their sailboat, Sedna, as they embark on their first ocean passage. Get a glimpse of life at sea from the saltiest of sailors, to the greenest of pollywogs. Listen to a narrative of a ever-present, nomadic culture that follows the wind.
 
What will the future look like? The Future of Everything offers a kaleidoscope view of the nascent trends that will shape our world. In every episode, join our award-winning team on a new journey of discovery. We’ll take you beyond what’s already out there, and make you smarter about the scientific and technological breakthroughs on the horizon that could transform our lives for the better. Hosted by Janet Babin.
 
Get ready to experience the excitement of sailboat racing from home with this educational podcast series, based on raceQs' innovative 3D regatta replays. Watch interviews with expert sailors, learn new techniques, and learn how you can Race to Win at your next regatta. Podcasters analyze raceQs' 3D regatta replays and review racing tactics, rules, and winning strategies for all levels. The race replays used in this podcast are created using raceQs' free smart phone app. Do you have something ...
 
Viva Tropical is a lifestyle 20 years in the making. It all started on a surf trip to Costa Rica in the mid 90's, where your host Josh Linnes fell in love with the tropical region. Since then he founded several companies including www. vivatropical.com, created real estate projects in Costa Rica and Panama, eventually buying his own island in Panama with his business partner Park Wilson. As comfortable in a dug out canoe as as a yacht, his adventures take him and his business partner into un ...
 
Published in 1838, The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket is Poe’s only complete novel and concentrates on several sea adventures gone awry. The novel follows Arthur Gordon Pym, who finds himself in the center of gloomy occurrences on board numerous vessels, as his anticipated sea adventure takes a drastic shift in the wind. Shipwreck, starvation, mutiny, near death experiences and cannibalism are just some of the issues endured in the gripping, and at times gruesome novel. The adve ...
 
Bobby and Laura are sailing around the world with two full size labradoodles and document their adventures as they go! In the podcast series they will get more in depth on topics related to cruising in general and cruising with pets. Some of the information will be regionally specific and some will be a broader base. Come follow along with us and enjoy the ride!
 
This podcast is a personal exploration into what it means to be a human and the experiences it brings. Episodes include essays, reporting, and interviews with people who teach, challenge, confuse, and maybe even piss me off. I may touch on explicit topics and use language not acceptable for sensitive people. Overlapping topics include philosophy, governance, geopolitics, economics, technology and culture. I try to get out of the usual lanes and cross disciplines, professions, social silos, p ...
 
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(In at 0:58) The future of Marble Mountain looks uncertain with no deal reached for a private buy-out, (8:46) Greg Janes is hoping to create a new park with a sweat lodge in Corner Brook, (16:47) Meagan Philpott from the Association for New Canadians NL and former new Canadian Mishal Abdullah talk about what it takes for newcomers to settle comfort…
 
Chatting to my dad on Skype, he in England me in Ecuador, I told him how we planned to sail to Panama to collect our new sails. “You talk about it as though you are popping off to Supermarket” he laughed. With only 560 nautical miles to traverse, we thought the journey a breeze. But the trip grew to epic proportions, even before we started. Farewel…
 
The simple task of folding a blanket turns into a practical solution for 2 on board challenges. Links (Amazon links are affiliate links, meaning that The Boat Galley Podcast earns from qualifying purchases; some other links may be affiliate links): Throw Pillow Covers (Amazon) Nica email Carolyn email Today’s episode of The Boat Galley Podcast is s…
 
(0:50) Brad Eisan from Red Indian Surveys talks company name change to Landmark Surveys, (8:47) Jackie Bauman from Atlantic Healthy Oceans Iniative & Steven House from Shallow Bay Motel talk transition away from single use plastics, (18:41) Graeme Somerville-Ryan tells about Eyesea app for tracking the types of garbage washing up in the oceans.…
 
(0:57) Deer Lake mayor Dean Ball reports live from the scene of the highway washout, (9:18) justice minister John Hogan reacts to calls for civilian oversight of Royal Newfoundland Constabulary, (18:50) beekeeper Ian Hussey talks about his bumper year for honey production, (27:05) Piers Evans explains how folks can get involved with a citizen scien…
 
#331. Andy, Emma & August sit down with John Kretschmer in Bermuda to discuss seamanship, philosophy, fatherhood and a wide-ranging list of other topics about offshore sailing. -- ON THE WIND is presented by Edson Marine, "Making adventures happen since 1859." To find the highest quality bilge pumps, steering gear and other hardware just like we us…
 
(1:02) Ledon Wellon tells her experience with in-vitro fertilization and why she thinks it should be offered in N.L., (8:14) Caitlin Urquhart advocates for civilian oversight of Royal Newfoundland Constabulary, (16:23) author Mike Martin details his latest novel Safe Harbour, (27:10) N.L.-born singer Yvette Lorraine discusses new EP, premieres her …
 
Some cruisers don’t cook or bake in hot weather. But I do. Here’s why. And how we manage the extra heat on the boat. Links (Amazon links are affiliate links, meaning that The Boat Galley Podcast earns from qualifying purchases; some other links may be affiliate links): Omnia Stove Top Oven (Amazon) Caframo Fans (Amazon) Today’s episode of The Boat …
 
(In at 1:06) Service NL Minister Sarah Stoodley discusses changes on the horizon for motor registration post-pandemic, (10:43) vehicle owner Dan Chaisson talks about the arduous task of registering his motorcycle & reacts to Minister Stoodley, (18:25) Dr. Anna Dominic tells us about the sharp increase in demand for treatment of eating disorders in …
 
Fitting out a boat, whether it is a catamaran or monohull, new or used involves a lot of decisions. One set of decisions we all need to make relates to those items that cost a fair amount of money that we hope we never use. In this episode we discuss those "hidden items", the thought processes behind them and what we eventually decided on to keep u…
 
#66. Em 1961, o meteorologista Rubens Junqueira Villela presenciou um objeto voador não identificado no continente gelado. Posteriormente, teve a sorte de encontrar com o capitão e oceanógrafo francês, Jacqques Cousteau, também na Antártida. Neste episódio final, professor Villela recorda, ainda, outra paixão: voar de planador. “Como piloto de plan…
 
Who's going to win the Medals at Tokyo 2020? That's what Andy Rice is discussing with TV commentators Alec Wilkinson (GBR) and Peter Lester (NZL). We go through all 10 sailing events and the Runners & Riders... © Sailing Energy/ World Sailing: Blanca Manchon (ESP) with Lilian de Geus (NED)By Andy Rice, www.sailjuice.com
 
Elegy Who would I show it to In this short one-line poem, W.S. Merwin condenses the anguish of loss, of being alive, and of the limitations of languages into a neat little package. Why write in the absence of finality? And what happens when mortality catches up with us? In this installment of Poetism, Podcast Editor Josh Wagner takes to the studio …
 
(In at 0:58) Marine Atlantic president and CEO talks about their incoming new ferry, (10:34) two sisters in Benoit's Cove are revitalizing their Mi'kmaw culture in the community, (18:42) commissioner Brenda Lucki explains how the RCMP approaches policing in N.L., (26:27) and the owner of 3-F Waste Recovery explains their new cosmetic product made f…
 
So many of you boat nerds like me are asking questions about the Ruby Rose 2 build. As the answers are a little dry for some people, we thought we would record a series of podcasts detailing the deep dives into our choices. In this episode we discuss our anchor and chain ground tackle choices, how we made them and why we made them. Enjoy, and if yo…
 
(Starts at 0:52 mark) The RCMP officially opens its new, state-of-the-art police station in Rocky Harbour, (8:20) the Town of Grand Falls-Windsor is planning several ways to honour the Indigenous peoples who have traditionally lived in Central Newfoundland, (17:47) a woman from Stanhope comes home from Calgary for the first time in 10 years, and (2…
 
#330. Megan Frey has spent the last 10 years at sea, sailing traditionally rigged vessels all over the world. She is pursuing her dream of connecting people from around the world through sailing with Ocean's Dream. Emma got to sit down with Megan for a short chat while they were both in Maine, where Megan is spending the summer running a charter sa…
 
(In at 0:53 mark) We'll find out why the hospital on Fogo Island recently had no doctor available to provide emergency or outpatient care for about a six-hour period, (10:06) a plan to "Discover Cow Head" started out with a focus on tourism, then ended up winning a national award, (19:44) a heritage group in Grand Falls-Windsor wants to know all ab…
 
The town of Conche is a small outport on the eastern side of the Northern Peninsula. Fewer than 200 people live there, including just a handful of children. But this summer, some families from away have been able to come home for a visit - and that's brought new life to the community. Brendan Fitzpatrick joined us for "Havin' A Yarn."…
 
Yes, you need lots of first aid supplies. But is a giant box of supplies the best method? Or is there a better way? Links (Amazon links are affiliate links, meaning that The Boat Galley Podcast earns from qualifying purchases; some other links may be affiliate links): First Aid Kit in Waterproof Case (Amazon) Click to see all podcast sponsors, past…
 
(Starts at 0:47 mark) Port Aux Basques mayor is disappointed that Marine Atlantic will not move its corporate office to the town, (7:43) veterinarian says a trend toward feeding raw food to dogs may be harming humans, and (18:03) a family with ties to Newfoundland created a colouring book to help others talk about a dark subject. Learn about "D is …
 
#65. A histórica foto que ilustra este episódio é do primeiro brasileiro a chegar ao Polo Sul, o meteorologista Rubens Junqueira Villela. É sobre isso que conversamos, neste emocionante bate-papo. O cientista também fala sobre outra viagem sua à Antártida, a bordo do veleiro Rapa Nui, do navegador Amyr Klink, quando capotaram na passagem de Drake. …
 
(Starts at 00:57 mark) CUPE employees with the Town of Grand Falls-Windsor were locked out by their employer on Thursday after rejected the Town's final offer in negotiations. Nicole Dunphy is a national representative with CUPE. ( 9:36) The City of Corner Brook offers a 50-dollar rebate to visitors who book accommodations in the city for three nig…
 
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