17SEP 2020
Wind Farm, North Sea

Wind Farm, North Sea

The North Sea is one of the most industrialized bodies of water in the world, chock-a-block with oil rigs, undersea pipelines and cabling, and now wind turbines. Fishing grounds overlap with energy extraction and creation, and shipping threads its way through the maze. The proliferation of “blue” business is causing such a tangle that someone needs to impose a better plan before…

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28AUG 2020
North Sea Jazz Festival

North Sea Jazz Festival

1. WHO CAN OBTAIN THE PRESS ACCREDITATION CARD ? The accreditation is for critics and journalists covering arts & culture or travel on a regular basis. Accreditation is granted only to professionals assigned by recognized media to cover the festival. 3. USING THE ACCREDITATION CARD The accreditation…
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08AUG 2020
North Sea oil Platform map

North Sea oil Platform map

Yep, it’s time for another Monday Megapost and this week we’re focusing on those gentle giants of the sea: Oil Platforms . The problem with finding oil platforms on Google Maps is that most of the open sea isn’t available on the higher zoom levels. Probably because there isn’t really much out there to…
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19JUL 2020
Weather for North Sea

Weather for North Sea

Hundreds of people braved the harsh weather in Yorkshire today to enjoy a Boxing Day dip in the North Sea at a Redcar beach. The hardy souls - many, donning fancy dress - took part in the annual tradition despite severe weather battering parts of the region. A young woman was captured shivering in the…
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29JUN 2020
Hotels in North Devon by the Sea

Hotels in North Devon by the Sea

All our Devon collections: Devon s countryside is as impressive as its two very different coasts, with Dartmoor and Exmoor rising from a landscape of patchwork fields, thatched whitewashed cottages and traditional stone longhouses. There are many appealing properties here and our pick of the best places…
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09JUN 2020
Overfishing North Sea

Overfishing North Sea

NORTH Sea cod stocks are recovering after decades of overfishing, according to new research, with estimates sugg­esting the species could ret­urn to sustainability within a few years. The Marine Stewardship Council said that on current trends the fish would soon qualify for its certification. Cod was…
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20MAY 2020
Weather Forecast for North Sea

Weather Forecast for North Sea

We provide forecasting services for any location around the world. We specialise in setting up customised domains to offer detailed information for wind farms and high resolution forecasts of ocean and coastal conditions. Our marine forecast solutions can be configured to whatever scale required – for example resolving the wave energy gradients behind an island, throughout an oil…

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30APR 2020
North Sea Job vacancies

North Sea Job vacancies

In the beginning, there was the idea of a holiday at sea beyond the classic cruise, with absolutely no traditions or conventions. Travelling with the first club cruiser of its kind was to be both active and casual at the same time. This was something completely new on the sea travel market, and was observed with curiosity by all our competitors. The success story of this form of…

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10APR 2020
North Pacific Sea

North Pacific Sea

A Captain s Reflections - by Jason Quilter A ship at rest. The SSV Robert C. Seamans safely docked this morning in Honolulu, Hawaii at 0800. Docklines now tether the ship to a distant shore and her flags fly proudly in the steady northeast trade winds. The stunning backdrop of the Diamond Head volcanic crater silhouettes the tall masts of our ship as we conclude the final moments…

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21MAR 2020
Where is the North Sea?

Where is the North Sea?

On a warm summer’s night in Athens, Georgia, Patrik Keim stuck a pistol into his mouth and pulled the trigger. Keim was an artist, and the room in which he died was an assemblage of the tools of his particular trade: the floor and table were covered with images, while a pair of large scissors, glue, electrical tape, and some dentures shared space with a pile of old medical journals…

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