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Sea Independent

Elmar Teeuwen has been appointed by Sea Independent as the agent for Monaco. Sea Independent is a Brokerage house operating worldwide, specializing in sale, yacht brokerage and charter of luxury sailing yachts and motor yachts, in the 14 to 50 meter range, new and pre-owned. Consisting of a worldwide network of more than thirty internationally certified yacht brokerage companies, Sea Independent has comprehensive in-house expertise and multi-faceted technical, financial and judicial knowledge. The network was established in 2010, by Marcel Borgmann, who is also chairman of the Hiswa Yachtbrokers Association.

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Happy New Year!

cumlaudesailing.com wishes you a fantastic 2019! A new year full of opportunities to take your navigational knowledge or sailing skills to a higher level, discover new harbors and anchor bays or find the sailing yacht of your dreams. I look forward with great enthusiasm to help you realize your sailing plans. The beginning of the new year is the perfect moment to set your course. Whatever your goal for 2019 may be. To get a certificate? A sailing holiday with your family or friends? Buying or selling a sailing yacht? I look forward to seeing you again and talk over your plans for 2019.

Cumlaudesailing.com goes international

Especially for expats in Amsterdam, we are organizing shore based coastal navigation classes, starting in 2019. Now it is already possible to start preparing for these courses online from your own home, anytime you want, in your own pace.

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Holiday gift idea

Our gift vouchers can be used for all our training and other services like private courses, online or shore based navigational courses, on board training, yacht charter, etc. The gift vouchers are valid for two years.

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Less navigational mistakes by technology?

3D chartplotters, GPS positions with an accuracy of meters, 3D depth sounders, AIS, waterproof smartphones and tablets with built-in GPS and very usefull Apps, integration of all systems on one big screen, right in front of your nose at the steering wheel in the cockpit with all kinds of alarms in case of any danger, collision course, empty batteries, etc ... Sometimes it seems that you are playing a computer game, when you are sailing. All revolutionary technological developments are excellent, but my question remains: "In recent years, have there been fewer rescue actions caused by navigation errors?"

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