It’s not unusual to see your track going across land in these rock and reef-strewn areas. Satellite images allow you to see details of reefs, rocks and bommies.
In the remote islands of Batu, we discovered just how faulty our charts are as we navigated between narrow channels and rocks, passing over land and across reefs.
These are the five channels we watch when we can. Check out our list and let us know your favourite sailing channels, who we should be watching, and why? Let us know in the comments.
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Are we the problem? Should we keep the remote places we find a secret to protect them? Some say we should, some say we shouldn’t…Get ready, Jamie is in rant mode and he lets it all out in this week’s Q&A!
When a sailor crosses the equator they must give an offering to King Neptune. But what do you give, and what should you wear? As true Brits we dressed up for the occasion and sent a message from THE QUEEN.