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Today's Most Popular Tattoo Designs and Locations

07th April 2011
One of the great things about LA Ink Tattoos is that they are wildly open-ended, and available in not just a wide range of patterns, but in a wide variety of places on the body. With the advent of modern technology, tattoos have moved from the realm of sa... Read >
Author: Titus Ortell

Oilskin tablecloth fabric

30th March 2011
Before the improvement of man-made fibers, oilskin was the material of option for waterproof clothing and coverings. Oilskin is cloth which has instilled with oil to make it waterproof. Especially, sailors grew popular with oilskin. As a matter of fact, m... Read >
Author: Kakadu Traders

How to Read an Aeronautical Chart

07th January 2011
Aeronautical charts are vital to flight navigation because they help pilots to ascertain destination routes, locate alternative landing zones and determine an aircraft's position. Aeronautical charts serve as sky maps in much the same way as nautical char... Read >
Author: Andrew

The Five Most Popular Patron Saint Medals

26th May 2010
Wearing a gold or silver medal of your favorite patron saint is a very accepted thing to do in today's world. You can either keep your medal in your wallet, on a bracelet, or around your neck on a chain. People enjoy wearing patron saint medals because it... Read >
Author: Grace O'Hara

Army Wives Get Free College Tuition

19th January 2010
The Armed Forces offers soldiers, sailors, marines, guardsman, and airmen several programs to support their education goals including up to 100% Tuition Assistance for college courses taken during off-duty hours. Armed Forces Tuition Assistance (TA)'is a ... Read >
Author: Lalewood College

Open Ocean Sailing – Tips on Choosing the Right Vessel

20th August 2009
Deep-sea - seafaring is more than leisure; it is a learning platform, surveillance post, a transportation technique for awareness, and a delivery procedure for appreciation. Ocean sailing is often both bodily and mentally taxing. Ocean cruising can be ... Read >
Author: Marinetrader

Tattoo Designs & Symbols - Nautical Star

11th August 2009
Nautical Star Tattoos - The nautical star is a very old modern tattoo, going back at least a century or more. Back in the days of yore, before modern navigation, sailors would navigate in part by the stars in the night skies, in particular the North Star ... Read >
Author: Samart Phooton

Bettering Eyesight and Reversing Myopia Quickly

23rd July 2009
Some people have an issue getting their head round the idea of eye exercises, and not so long ago it was said to be a new age fad with no scientific backing. New research , however , has demonstrated that bad vision isn't always caused by genetics ; lifes... Read >
Author: Caleb Gillespie

A history of earplugs

06th July 2009
Ancient times There's nothing new about the idea of using earplugs to shut out noise. A particularly famous example from classical literature appears in Homer's poem, the Odyssey. In the poem the Greek King of Ithaca, Odysseus, orders the crew of his... Read >
Author: eddieb

Know about Pirate Clothes

30th June 2009
Pirates in Medieval era were sea thieves that usually sailed from the Middle East. They used to wear the clothes made from wool, leather and canvass in loose fitting. These clothes were not only worn by pirates, but also by sea going adventurers, sailors ... Read >
Author: Article Publisher

Female Tattoo Gallery – Find A Female Tattoo that Makes You Proud!

05th June 2009
More and more females are sporting tattoos on their bodies. Some use tattoos to express themselves while other females wear tattoos solely for fashion. Today tattoos are no longer reserved for tough people like the bikers, sailors or soldiers. Any female ... Read >
Author: Steve Wong

Researching Plans for a Homemade Trimaran Sailboat?

04th November 2008
If you're researching plans for a homemade trimaran, then there is good news. Many good plans are available. And a good number were created by very reputable multihull designers/builders. But before buying any of them, you need to know the answers to s... Read >
Author: Joe Farinaccio

Why Small Trimarans are Safe

03rd November 2008
In the opinion of many sailors, small trimarans are safer than other types of small sailboats. Their unique design allows them to be safe in both how they sail, as well as the trimaran design itself. First, it's a fact that small trimarans (and all tri... Read >
Author: Joe Farinaccio

Small Trimaran: Wood vs GRP Construction

15th October 2008
Should you build a small trimaran with wood or fiberglass? Building a trimaran with fiberglass, a.k.a. Glass-reinforced plastic, seems like the way to go for larger boats. But I still like smaller trimarans built with wood. First, lets talk about what ... Read >
Author: Joe Farinaccio

A Small Trimaran From a Big Yacht Designer

29th September 2008
Picture a small trimaran that isn't only relatively fast, but also enables up to 4 sailors to sit comfortably during their day cruise. If you've read up on small trimarans you know that "comfortable seating" is sometimes a challenging thing to find in the... Read >
Author: Joe Farinaccio
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