I don’t follow a particular religion but I do find myself drawn to the seasonal festivals celebrated by modern pagans as represented in the Pagan Wheel of the Year. I like these festivals because they celebrate a deep reverence for nature.
There was a lot of hilarity in the office today as we pondered what Captain Ahab would write in a dating profile if he was single and harpooning hearts instead of whales…
In Japanese folklore, Takarabune is a mythical ship that brings wealth and good fortune to those who believe in its power. The ship is said to visit ports and harbors on the first three days of the New Year, carrying seven lucky gods who bring wealth, longevity, success, and other blessings.
Decorating your boat for the festive season is a delightful way to spread holiday cheer on the water. It’s an opportunity to get creative, engage with the boating community, and add a little extra sparkle to the holidays. As you string up lights and hang ornaments, remember to prioritize safety and the environment and let your festive spirit shine.
We’re spicing things up this week with our first blog on skills that can help to improve and create positive relationships. Relationships and Communication. These skills include listening, showing appreciation and offering forgiveness. We will release a second blog around tips to de-stress relationships (which can never go amiss after a hard day’s sailing!).
When it comes to online dating, your profile photos play a vital role in making a positive first impression. When you’re browsing profiles, captivating photos can grab attention and increase your chances of finding a meaningful connection. In this article, we’ll explore essential tips to help you choose the best photos for your dating profile, allowing your personality to shine through.
Nautical Charts – For centuries, the sea has been a highway of exploration, trade, and cultural exchange. At the heart of these activities lie nautical charts, the maps that guide mariners through the vast and treacherous seascape. This article explores the origins, evolution, and future of these indispensable maritime tools.