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UPFRONT STILL THE FASTEST OPEN TO QUESTION


WHAT IS YOUR ORGANISATION OR YACHT DOING TO BE MORE ECO FRIENDLY?


Spirit of Australia is an Australian designed and built jet-powered, wooden, 3-point hydroplane that has held the world water-speed record since 1977. Conceived, constructed and trialled by Ken Warby, Spirit of Australia broke both the 300 m/h and 500 km/h barriers and raised the world record to 511.11km/h in 1978 at Blowering Dam near Tumut, New South Wales.


PEOPLE REQUEST THE STRANGEST THINGS


A guest was breeding her award-winning show dog and had the crew arrange an actual wedding for the two pooches,outfits, catering, a minster... etc. The total cost was about 9,500 euros.


KEEP IT HANDY


At a mere five ounces, the Leatherman Skeletool has a stainless steel combo blade, pliers, bit driver, removable pocket clip and carabiner/bottle opener. The Skeletool is just what you need in one good lookin’ package. www.leatherman.com


NAUTICAL TATTOOS SWALLOWS Each swallow represents 5,000 nautical miles in a sailor’s career. The circumference of the earth is 21,639 nautical miles – about 4.16 swallows. A swallow with a dagger would be used as a memorial of a lost comrade at sea. Swallows are known for their migration patterns where they travel long distances from home and back again, a swallow tattoo would also mean that a sailor could always find their way home.


LUCY IRELAND, OWNER ECOSTORE We just became EcoStore’s European distributor. It’s a great product because unlike a lot of other eco products, a lot of the packaging is made from either sugarcane plastic or by using recycled plastics pulled out of the ocean, plus a lot of products come in 20 litre containers to allow for refills. EcoStore leads the way in environmentally sustainable cleaning and personal care products globally!


STEPHEN EDWARDS, SY CAPTAIN Refillable insulated water bottles, LED lighting means less air conditioning is needed, doors set to open 50% as standard, induction cooker top , these are all low hanging fruit and pretty easy to put in place on most superyachts.


ALEKSANDRA VUJATOVIC SY DECK/STEW Not implemented by me but by one of the previous crew, my boat has a refilling water bottle system for regattas, for 20+ crew. Filters on the dock, 2 bottles per crew member and I just have to stay on top of keeping them filled for the day. Saves buying a ton of bottles of water and works quite well - when I manage to locate all of them all over the boat at the end of a racing day.


FOUND IN THE MED FRIED EGG JELLYFISH


Cotylorhiza tuberculata is a species of jellyfish, also known as the Mediterranean jellyfish, or fried egg jellyfish. Commonly found in the Mediterranean, Aegean, and Adriatic Seas, it can grow to


40cm in diameter but its sting seems to have very little effect on humans. They take 8–10 weeks to reach an initial diameter of 3 cm, and then grow by approximately 3–4 cm per week until adult size.


JASON VIOLA, SY CHEF The yacht where I’m working now targets specifically super eco-friendly rules on every single aspect. The owners are extremely keen about anything you can do to help Mother Nature. Even now where we’re going (remote) they are extremely rigid about being eco-friendly. Preparing the yacht is a huge task and challenge but it makes me glad even if it sounds controversial doing something so pleasant to help the environment.


Why do we love the sea? It is because it has some potent power to make us think things we like to think.


Robert Henri


JOSH SCRIMSHAW, MY CAPTAIN If the weather allows it we stop and pick up any trash we see floating in the sea and when we have time onshore, we always have a beach clean-up session.


ONBOARD | AUTUMN 2021 | 13


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