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Tips from an oceanrower 

   

Para Anchor that is…    Alby MaCraken (Para Anchors, Australia) and oceanrower Tiny Little
   
Andy Giles' comments on: Nutrition, Training, Sea Anchors and Drogues, Watermakers, Routines At Sea, Physical Effects, Emergencies, Why ?
   
How to survive the cruel sea Falling into a chilly sea...A the grim facts on hypothermia: how to avoid it and how to treat it.
   
Rules for management  Rules for management of open rowboats (1878) and what it takes to navigate stormy seas. Chapter from the book ''FOR LUCRE AND HONOR'' by Dennis B.Husserl
   
Navigation (ExplorersWeb) Charts, longitude, latitude...Taking the course from a chart, Checking the distance, Navigating close to land, Navigating by the stars, etc.
   

Attention future ocean rowers, who are planning to leave from Tenerife or La Gomera.
Recent years a
pplying for an ocean rowing boat to leave Spanish waters from these islands involves a lot of paperwork,  becoming, as some rowers say, "a tricky process".
To avoid disappointment and unnecessary aggravation consult David Hosking from "Hallin Marine",  who's file the Captain of the Port
in Tenerife (port authority for Tenerife, La Gomera and La Palma)
 is referring to as an exemplary complete paperwork that got them official approval for the departure from Tenerife.

 

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