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Amelie Rose on her summer mooring It’s time to burn those socks – spring is here!

Not every tradition that crosses the North Atlantic causes an obesity epidemic it appears. In Annapolis it has long been a custom for sailors to meet up on the Vernal Equinox and burn their woollen foot-bags in preparation for the warm season of sailing ahead…
 

What to do with a soggy sailor Boat Skills – Man Overboard!

Don’t panic – we haven’t lost anyone overboard, well there was this one time, but we were at anchor and, well, that’s another story. This is actually the first in a new series of articles bringing you the Skippers thoughts on things sailing skills related, starting with what happens next should you ever hear the fateful call…
 

Amelie Rose lolling at anchor off St Mawes Skippers Log – What Amelie Rose did last summer Pt6: Scilly Season Take 1

Five days lolling around in the St Mawes sunshine are all very well – but where we really wanted to be during the best summer in years was out in the Scilly. It’s magical out there even when things get frisky but with endless high pressure in the forecast our two sojourns to the Scilly promised great things…
 

Amelie Rose racing in the St George's TrophyFrom the Archives: First, last and aground – Amelie Rose and the St Georges Trophy 2013

The St Georges Trophy traditionally heralds the beginning of the lovely Spring weather that we seem to be having these days (3 out of the previous 4 regattas being held in glorious sunshine) so as St George's Day approached we peered hopefully at the weather forecasts to divine what we had in store...

 

Amelie Rose at Anchor off St Agnes in the ScillyFrom the Archives: Scilly Sailing - Fabulous or Fearsome?

White sandy beaches and gently waving palm trees - all set against a rolling ocean. Are we cruising around the Med, holidaying in the Canaries or cast away on a Caribbean island? No, we’re much closer to home in the wonderful Isles of Scilly. Loved and feared in almost equal measure by sailors throughout history we explore the "Favoured Isles"...

 

Amelie Rose on the hard in Gosport

Topmast Tales, Spring Sailing and Amelie gets Airbourne

It’s been a busy week for Amelie Rose. She started the week comfortable if rather bored in her winter berth looking a little forlorn without her topmast, sporting a veritable forest of seaweed and in need of a new charter license. Now she’s sat ashore soaking up the Gosport sunshine, clean bummed and fully rigged and (nearly) ready for another five years sailing with friends old and new…
 
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