And that trend is visible across the Caribbean, including South Florida, which, in our book is integral part of the region, both ecologically and socio-culturally speaking. In our fast paced society, people want rightfully so instant gratification, looking for hassle-free turnkey solutions whether it be for food or leisure. Basically, the week-end sailor still sails the same way as 40 years ago.
Twenty plus years later, history repeating, enhanced by major societal shifts. The answer is simple: people want to have fun.
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The thrills can no longer be limited to competition. Surf, wind- and kite-surfing have long been limited solutions, but for the die-hard sailor, something is missing. Enter the foiling era, which brought a smile on the face of many top level sailors, best exemplified by the International Moth Dinghy and the A-Class Catamaran which draw all the top sailors and adrenalin junkies to huge gatherings, but more important to sailing sufficing itself: simply going out is a joy shared by that group of early enthusiasts.
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But those boats remain expensive racing machines, which is why there is a need to develop mainstream iterations of those foiling machines. The result is just a breath of fresh air, comparable to what the Hobie Cat, the Laser or the WindSurf brought in their own time. Ocean warming and the proliferation of industrial fishing lines have led to a further decline in recent years. Boaty McBoatface makes significant climate change discovery on first mission.
North Atlantic and Southern right whales have been found to use single gunshot calls, upcalls, screams, and warbles instead of the patterned phrasing that constitutes singing.
From initial field surveys in the Bering Sea, the NOAA researchers thought that the sound patterns they heard could be song coming from the right whale, but struggled to link the song to the rare mammal. After seven years of documenting sound patterns and combing through data collected from different locations in the Bering Sea, scientists were finally able to visually identify the right whales, confirming their theory. Himalayan glaciers are melting twice as fast as last century.
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Paddy Cummins has twelve books published. It is a Paddy Cummins has twelve books published.