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1.Salt Water Kayaking safety Tips by James Kronefield
Kayaking is a great hobby that many people love to spend their time doing. Being out on the open water on one of these crafts has a feeling all its own. There are many different types of ways to go kayaking. ...
[Added: 24 Feb 2007   Hits: 1616   Words: 437]

2.Southport dockage by Karl B.
By definition, a marina is a port within a well-sheltered harbor, where boats and yachts are kept in the water. In these ports basic services and facilities which are needed for recreational boating are a sine qua non. A marina rents, leases, or sells slips, usually in ...
[Added: 17 Jan 2007   Hits: 805   Words: 508]

3.Marine Life and Wildlife at Sipadan Island by Jacob Mojiwat
As one of the top dive sites in the world, Sipadan Island has been blessed with a myriad of reefs amidst crystal clear blue water. With visibility of between 60 and 200 feet, the sea surrounding this mushroom shaped island is a perfect habitat for over 3000 ...
[Added: 15 Jan 2007   Hits: 971   Words: 425]

4.Bayliner Discovery Journeys: Experience the Maine Island Trail by Kris Nickerson
Get ready to experience the people, the food and the captivating beauty of coastal Maine. If you love misty New England mornings and the scent of saltwater spray as you test your boating skills, you'll ...
[Added: 03 Jan 2007   Hits: 849   Words: 412]

5.Bayliner Discovery Journeys : Your Adventurous Spirit Beckons by Kris Nickerson
Picture misty New England mornings and imagine the scent of saltwater spray as you test your boating skills. If that image captivates you, you'll love Bayliner Discovery's new Maine Island Trail adventure (www.iamdiscovery.com). Join National ...
[Added: 11 Dec 2006   Hits: 754   Words: 427]

6.Tips for choosing and using the right Anchor. by Andrei Loskoutov
Myths and Facts: Myth: The heavier the anchor, the better..... Fact: Modern designs and state-of-the-art engineering have made anchors not only better, but lighter, too! In several real world tests, including one conducted by the U.S. Navy, the best holding anchors were ...
[Added: 11 Dec 2006   Hits: 769   Words: 624]

7.Bayliner Discovery Journeys: Heed the Call of Your Adventurous Spirit by Kris Nickerson
If you love misty New England mornings and the scent of saltwater spray as you test your boating skills, you'll love Bayliner Discovery's new Maine Island Trail adventure (www.iamdiscovery.com). Join National Geographic Adventure Magazine Contributing Editor and renowned kayaker, Jon Bowermaster, as he and his buddy, Bruce Alter, take ...
[Added: 06 Dec 2006   Hits: 714   Words: 421]

8.Bayliner Discovery Journeys: Coastal Maine's Captivating Beauty by Kris Nickerson
Bayliner Discovery's new Maine Island Trail adventure (www.iamdiscovery.com) is like coming home for those who love misty New England mornings and the scent of saltwater spray. Join National Geographic Adventure Magazine Contributing Editor and renowned kayaker, Jon Bowermaster, ...
[Added: 21 Nov 2006   Hits: 949   Words: 418]

9.Simple Surfing Tips for beginners and proffesionals by Groshan Fabiola
The two main components of surfing are paddling out and dropping in. While there is definitely a lot more to surfing, these are two things to master. The best way to learn how to surf is first hand, so ...
[Added: 17 Nov 2006   Hits: 800   Words: 347]

10.Your guide to the ultimate 3-step free dive training program by Rick Abbott
There's a good reason Tanya Streeter holds multiple world records for free diving. It's all in the training. Here are a few tips from Streeter's own training regimen: First, expect to stick with this plan for 14 weeks. It's rigorous but well ...
[Added: 01 Nov 2006   Hits: 1110   Words: 597]

11.Sailing Regattas - British Virgin Islands by Jim Linskey
The British Virgin Islands is the Mecca for sailing which lends to the assemblage of some of the largest sailboat racing fleets for sailing regattas in the Caribbean. The diversity of organized sailboat regattas in the BVI is one thing that makes sailing here in the BVI ...
[Added: 28 Oct 2006   Hits: 822   Words: 590]

12.Bayliner Discovery Journeys by Brian Matakis
KNOXVILLE, Tenn., (October 10, 2006) - Bayliner Discovery is captivating boating enthusiasts and nature lovers alike on www.iamdiscovery.com, the website that showcases noted journalists at the helm of Bayliner's new Discovery line of runabouts, cuddys and ...
[Added: 12 Oct 2006   Hits: 739   Words: 448]

13.Underwater Lighting Basics: Which Light Is The Best Light For You? by Rick Abbott
Every diver must think of underwater kinetics at some point. Unless you want to feel around in the dark every time you go under the water you'll have to consider what kind of flashlight you need. Here are a few tips for choosing the right scuba ...
[Added: 12 Oct 2006   Hits: 871   Words: 710]

14.Tips for Traveling by Airline with Diving Equipment by Rick Abbott
Planning you nest dive destination means a lot more than just picking a spot you want to dive. Just as with any dive, preparation is the key to success. You should read all you can about your dive destination and make sure you have all of the most recent information. ...
[Added: 29 Aug 2006   Hits: 723   Words: 633]