Optimum Design for Smooth Sailing: Oceanis 60
With power and elegance, this large cruising yacht will transport you beyond the realms of the joy of sailing. By embracing a number of innovative solutions, the Oceanis 60 has much to attract in its luxurious accommodation, excellent seakeeping and safety.
Precisely designed to fulfil your expectations, the new Oceanis generation offers a new way of experiencing life at sea: cruising at any pace, on all seas around the world. Sailing alone, as a couple, with ...
First 44: Racer-Cruiser Royalty
With the new FIRST 44, BENETEAU draws to the noblest expression of the term “racer/cruiser”: an elegant and comfortable yacht that provides unequaled pleasure under sail. In keeping with the scientific approach honed with his work on America Cup racers, Roberto Biscontini went through several revisions and improvements to finally deliver a powerful and well-balanced hull, which is coupled with an ample sailplan to deliver speed and vivacity in any conditions.
The FIRST 44 was imagined ...
Wrecked with Tony: The Wreck of the Clare Lilley
By Tony Sampson | Atlantic Boating Contributor
Photos by Bob Daly and John Wesley-Chisholm
Clare Lilley, what a beautiful name.
It is a name that you would think belonged to a charming young lady, not a deadly tangled and twisted mass of steel, chain and munitions that lies just a stone’s throw off shore in beautiful Portuguese Cove, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
On the 17th of March 1942, the American munitions ship, the Clare Lilley, ran aground close to the shore and wrecked ...