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‘On the Wind,’ is THE podcast about offshore sailing, where professional sailor Andy Schell interviews sailors from around the world to discover what inspires them in an effort to inspire you! Andy has interviewed everyone from legends like Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, to tech gurus like Nigel Calder, boat builders like Magnus Rassy (of Hallberg Rassy), inspirational family sailors like Totem, YouTube stars SV Delos & Andy's personal favorite, Arctic sailor and octogenarian Bob Shepton. Thanks f ...
 
The world's first and only nationally syndicated radio show devoted to the boating lifestyle! World of Boating airs live every Saturday from 2-3pm EST on radio stations throughout the US and worldwide on the web streamed live and through archived podcasts. Each week the WOB crew navigate the latest boating news and information often combined with an irreverent twist. Listeners (referred to as the passengers on the show) can participate live at 1-888-828-BOAT, through emails, or by clicking o ...
 
The shipping industry is the backbone of international trade, contributing to the globalisation and development of the world, but it's the shipping people who makes the world go around. This is where you meet the maritime professionals, strong characters with an interesting background.
 
A sailing memoir written by seaman and adventurer Joshua Slocum, who was the first person to sail around the world alone, documents his epic solo circumnavigation. An international best-seller, the book became a great influence and inspiration to travelers from each corner of the globe. Additionally, Slocum is an example that through determination, courage and hard work any dream can easily become a reality. Written in a modern and conversational tone, the autobiographical account begins wit ...
 
In depth and personal interviews from the leading characters of Sailing's diverse competitive arena, hosted by the sport's leading media personality, double Olympic gold medallist, Shirley Robertson.From inside the closed doors of the America's Cup, to the pressures and excitement of the Olympic race course, the danger and jeopardy of racing non-stop around the planet to the ultimate quest for the world's fastest sailing boat, Shirley Robertson sits down and talks all things sailing with the ...
 
Capturing and sharing ocean sailing stories and adventures. The Ocean Sailing Podcast site is designed for people who love to cruise, race or explore the worlds oceans. Its also for those yet to experience the joy of sailing and those no longer able to cast off their dock lines and head for the open sea. Join now and subscribe free to our podcast episodes
 
'A Scottish Podcast' is a serialised modern audio drama. It chronicles the story of Lee, a washed up former radio DJ who launches a paranormal investigation podcast. Lee wants to see his show The Terror Files mentioned up there alongside podcasts like The Black Tapes, Limetown, and The Message. And he’ll stop at nothing to achieve it. Aided by his jaded musician pal Dougie, the pair travel the length and breadth of the country in search of Medieval Demon Kings and Lovecraftian Gods of the Se ...
 
Captain Dan Blanchard weaves together narrative stories about his time on the sea, supporting sustainable travel, industry news, travel tips and real conversations about creating adventure at any age. This is a place for a community of nature lovers, intrepid travelers, and industry experts sharing their love of this fascinating planet. This is a place to fill your heart and your head with travels in nature, hear interviews with people around the world and the movement behind Dan creating hi ...
 
The world’s most popular sailing website and online community’s Senior Editor Alan “Mr. Clean” Block goes deep! Sure, we’re a sports podcast about yacht, dinghy, multihull, iceboat, and board racing, but we plan on touching every subject that effects not only our sport, but our sailors. That means everything: Fitness and training, the yachting lifestyle, event and media issues, politics, and just about anything else that comes to mind. As any reader of Sailing Anarchy knows, we’ve got plenty ...
 
The First Word in sailing, all over the world. YachtsandYachting.com and Sail-World.com bring you up to the minute news on every aspect of our sport. With over 300,000 readers every month, we are the Global Sailing Network. Our new podcasts will bring you the very best in news, views and comment. We'll be talking to sailing celebrities, Olympians, legends, bringing you top tips for racing, technical expertise and much more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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 team at Chesapeake Offshore Sailing Services (COSS) presents interviews with noted offshore racers, brings you tips, tricks and advice on how to prepare your boat for offshore sailing, and shows you how to “win the race to the starting line” and beyond! Since we are both cruisers and offshore racers, we will cover aspects of both activities and show how cruisers can make better racers and racers can make better cruisers!
 
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Janie Meneely and Rob Van Sante. Greetings Sailors and Podcast Fans! This episode is a special one! With no Annapolis Sailboat Show to enjoy this year, lets take some time to celebrate The Chesapeake Bay with Annapolis native Janie Meneely, who has a long history of writing songs about the Chesapeake Bay and its History. She grew up sailing home ma…
 
David Lewis is one of our favorite sailor/authors at 59º North, and not so well-known in the USA. Ben Lowings, his biographer and author of the new book THE DOLPHIN about Lewis' life, comes on the show to talk about him and share some stories. -- The QUARTERDECK is now open! Go to quarterdeck.59-north.com and sign up to become a member of our new p…
 
This week Spencer finds 11 ads for sailboats on the market and we go through them with you. We talk about how to judge photos, assess equipment lists, and how to filter through ads to find the boat of your dreams. We set our budget at $50,000 and we find great boats at all price points, including a $7,900 O'Day that is the deal of the day! Follow a…
 
This episode is part 3 of of the ongoing story with Chris Axelson Chris Axelson and his family decided to take the plunge and go sailing in the: treacherous Covid Plandemic waters of 2020. Against all odds he is able to live the dream this year when the rest of us are sitting stuck in our homes because of this Plandemic Covid crisis. Chris and his …
 
In 1999, at age 29, Clark Beek sailed out of Newport Harbor aboard his 40-foot Ketch on what he thought would be a year-long cruise. Ten years later he sailed into San Francisco, bringing with him stories of being torn apart by a Rottweiler, having dengue fever in Costa Rica and dysentery in India, going through a bloody insurrection in Fiji and a …
 
Britain’s prime minister will outline big wind-energy plans at his party’s annual conference, even as the pandemic and Brexit blow his government off course. The sombre tone at a thanksgiving festival in Ethiopia reveals how the country’s largest ethnic group is not getting the reforms it was promised. And a carcinogenic nut that remains wildly pop…
 
Shirley Robertson talks through an amazing sailing career with one of the sport's pioneers of professional sailing, the legendary Tracy Edwards. Edwards is well known as the force behind the first ever all female crew to complete the gruelling Whitbread Round the World Race of the 1980s, a wonderful story that Edwards and Robertson discuss in Part …
 
Hello Friends! It's the spookiest time of the year but have no fear, Sail On is back with more Heroes and more Villains. Grab your bag of tricks and hop on board because we are MOVIN' AND A GROOVIN' down the tracks! I have no idea what is going on but here we go! Thanks for listening! Wyatt Follow along with the Spotify playlist! The Sail On Patreo…
 
Despite a pandemic, nearly everyone voting in the upcoming US election will do so with a tick in a box on a piece of paper. They may post their ballot, or go in person to a voting station, but the process is still physical. Why? Presenter Gareth Mitchell will be asking election voting advisor Susan Greenhalgh. Despite the prevalence of paper, there…
 
In a special bonus episode of Monsterhearts 2 (www.buriedwithoutceremony.com) we investigate some strange goings on at Debden Royal Forest Secondary & Sixth Form. This special episode comes with content warnings for Bereavement, Gore, Injury & violence, Trauma, Death, Corpses, Manipulation & Emotional Coercion. There are small mentions of Neglectfu…
 
As the covid-19 pandemic continues, disparities in the prospects of economies, industries and businesses are increasing. Host Rachana Shanbhogue and Henry Curr, our economics editor, investigate how the pandemic will recast the global economic order. They talk to Gita Gopinath, chief economist at the IMF, to identify who risks being left behind. An…
 
Give us about ten minutes a day and we will give you all the local news, local sports, local weather, and local events you can handle. SPONSOR: Many thanks to Solar Energy Services for sponsoring this podcast. If you think solar is in your future, please give Rick Peters and his team a call at 410-923-6090. Today...Lots of changes and confusion wit…
 
Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation marks the first time since the 1930s the court has leaned so conservative, and has stoked another partisan battle that may further reshape the court. Following the announcement of water on the Moon, we look at a looming, broader battle: who will own the water rights? And why Australia’s aboriginal flag is flying les…
 
Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation marks the first time since the 1930s the court has leaned so conservative, and has stoked another partisan battle that may further reshape the court. Following the announcement of water on the Moon, we look at a looming, broader battle: who will own the water rights? And why Australia’s aboriginal flag is flying les…
 
What are the prospects for coronavirus vaccines and the challenges involved in rolling them out around the world in 2021? The Economist's health policy editor explains what regulatory and logistical obstacles must be overcome as vaccines move from the laboratory to the clinic. And the CEO of Gavi, the vaccine alliance, explores how political and ec…
 
Give us about ten minutes a day and we will give you all the local news, local sports, local weather, and local events you can handle. SPONSOR: Many thanks to Solar Energy Services for sponsoring this podcast. If you think solar is in your future, please give Rick Peters and his team a call at 410-923-6090. Today...Anne Arundel County Police clap b…
 
The country has roundly rejected its dictatorship-era charter and mapped out how to fashion a new one. What do Chileans stand to gain—and to lose? Rising populations of the elderly in the world’s prisons are creating deepening problems, both for jailers and the jailed. And we explore a theory that blames political chaos on too many would-be elites.…
 
The country has roundly rejected its dictatorship-era charter and mapped out how to fashion a new one. What do Chileans stand to gain—and to lose? Rising populations of the elderly in the world’s prisons are creating deepening problems, both for jailers and the jailed. And we explore a theory that blames political chaos on too many would-be elites.…
 
A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week: how to deal with free speech on social media, a “no deal” Brexit can be avoided (10:05), and is a blue wave on the way? (15:52) Please subscribe to The Economist for full access to print, digital and audio editions: www.economist.com/podcastoffer S…
 
Face it, in life there is conflict. During COVID, it can be exacerbated. Lcky for us we have Georgia Sherrod and the Anne Arundel Conflict Resolution Center. Before things get out of hand, this is a great free resource available to all residents of the County. No matter your dispute, Georgia and her team of trained mediators are there to help. Land…
 
Shortly after prohibition ended in 1933, Billy Mills opened a liquor and general store in Annapolis. Mills sold it to the Donners in 1946, and now the Main Street icon rests safely in the hands of Jennifer and Jerry Donohue. Today, Mills Cut Rate Liquors is better known as Mills Fine Wine & Spirits! Today, we sneak in before opening to speak with J…
 
The Greek shipping community have always been wilfully contrary bunch in their attitude and outlook – it’s still the case that where the Greeks lead in countercyclical plays others follow and even in these capital constrained times it’s a brave analyst who bets against the Greek owner’s ability to turn a global crisis into an opportunity. That said…
 
When COVID-19 first hit in March of 2020, Stephen Rice, the City of Annapolis Economic Development Manager knew he had to get to work. Annapolis Mayor Gavin Buckely formed a small business task force chaired by Dick Franyo working alongside of Rice to make sure our busiensses stayed afloat. Today, not one restaurant in the City has closed. Recently…
 
“Promises made, promises kept” is one of President Trump’s campaign slogans. His main achievements on tax, deregulation, or appointing new judges would be hallmarks of any Republican administration. How has Donald Trump changed the country in ways no other president would have? What will linger even if he loses? Adam Roberts, The Economist’s Midwes…
 
America’s final presidential debate had less noise and more substance. But polls seem immovable and nearly 50m Americans have already voted; will the race change? South Korea’s population-boosting efforts have failed, so it is encouraging more women into the workforce—and that will redress some long-standing inequalities. And crunching 70 years’ wo…
 
America’s final presidential debate had less noise and more substance. But polls seem immovable and nearly 50m Americans have already voted; will the race change? South Korea’s population-boosting efforts have failed, so it is encouraging more women into the workforce—and that will redress some long-standing inequalities. And crunching 70 years’ wo…
 
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