Surfing’s unwritten rules
On a Spanish island of The Canaries, Alena Ehrenbold is calmly floating on her surfboard, her eyes on the horizon. She is patiently waiting for her first real wave of the day. Alena is a… Continue reading
Winds of Change
Ecology, Economy, Sailing – 3 chapters
Over the past few years, a number of traditional sailing boats have returned to their initial vocation, which was transportation of goods. Expectations are high when it comes to greener solutions, especially in the cargo industry that is notorious for its thirst for fossil fuel. OCEAN71 Magazine investigates the truths behind this well marketed business.
The Arcachon Bay Labyrinth
Sailing – 1 chapter
The entrance passes to the Arcachon Bay have the reputation to be treacherous. The dangerous sandbanks shift with every storm and strong tide. OCEAN71 Magazine proposes a unique navigational experience: a series of virtual visits with a 360° view from above, allowing the subscriber to visualize some of the many low tide traps.
The true Casino Royale of Montenegro
During our last expedition aboard our sailing boat, we navigated the waters of Montenegro. It is there that we discovered a unique place in the Mediterranean: the Bay of Kotor.