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Did you know? http://gigam.es/BoatSB The Red Sea is not only the warmest sea in the world, it’s also the saltiest sea connected to the ocean. It is also the only sea without rivers flowing into it. The underwater life in the Red Sea is abundant to say the least, and it offers some of the best diving experiences all-year round.

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Did you know? http://gigam.es/CapitanSB Captains, have you heard of the shallowest sea in the world? It’s the Sea of Azov. ... It’s average depth is 24 feet, and the maximum depth is only 44 feet. However, this body of water holds other records as well. For instance, it’s the most continental sea on Earth—due to its remoteness from the Atlantic Ocean—and it is the most biologically productive sea in the world!

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Captains, did you know that the tourists visiting your tropical island can generate some hefty profits? 🏖 http://gigam.es/GiftSB Take a look at the people swimming in your waters. Tap a swimmer, and you’ll get a coin! One coin is not that much, but you know what they say: watch the pennies, and the pounds will watch themselves.

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Some say less is known about the depths of the ocean than the dark side of the moon. http://gigam.es/WaveSB Sounds like a joke, right? Nope, it’s absolutely true. According to some sources, only 2-5% of the bottom of the ocean has been explored. Profound studies of the sea floor started only in the mid-20th century. Today, oceanography uses all sorts of subs, special ships, and even satellites!

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The Beach of the Cathedrals http://gigam.es/GiftSB In the north-east of Spain there is a strange and extremely beautiful beach, the Beach of the Holy Waters, more commonly known by its tourist name, ‘As Catedrais’, or 'Beach of the Cathedrals'. Under the relentless assault of salt water and strong winds, the cliffs were shaped into structures resembling the arches in Gothic castles. To see all this beauty you have to climb down the cliffs, which is only possible at low tide. Beware, though: the tide comes extremely quickly in this region, and at high tide these wondrous cliffs and caves are totally submerged by water.

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🛥 Boats over Houses 🛥 ➡ http://gigam.es/anchorSB Have you ever dreamed of living on your own boat? It’s very tempting; you could go on a trip across the sea at any moment! However, yacht residents encounter numerous problems like plumbing, electrical supply, and so on. Of course, that’s all too trivial for a real adventure-seeker. Would you consider living on a boat? If so, what city would you choose as your home port?

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Listing Our Talents ➡ http://gigam.es/BoatSB Let’s discuss your interests and hobbies. Brave captains, what do you do between the travels to faraway lands? Maybe you enjoy showing all the colors of the sea, sky and clouds on canvas or paper, or versify, or make breathtaking cosplay costumes… Tell us all of your hobbies; better still, display your creations in the comments below!

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The Black Sands of Vik ➡ http://gigam.es/CapitanSB Iceland is a country of unparalleled beauty. It is striking and somewhat alien. One of its remarkable places is situated near the village of Vik, where strange stacks of basalt rock lie amidst the black sands. They say these rocks were once trolls caught by the rising dawn and turned to stone. However beautiful, this black beach is no place for bathing; it’s rather cold here, and the winds are blowing all the time. Fearless captains, have you ever been to Vik? Do you know of any other beaches with black sand? Tell your stories in the comments below!"

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How deep does it go? http://gigam.es/WaveSB In 1942 acoustic sounding experts found a strange layer in the sea 300-450 meters under the surface. It reverberated sound, and was first called the phantom bottom. At the time, it was a mystery what the phantom bottom was made of—some presumed that the reverberation was caused by different water temperatures, others blamed fish and even plankton. However, it later turned out that huge squid gatherings were the real reason behind the effect! Big squid shoals can form a solid uniform mass that reflects sound

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When did the first lighthouses appear? http://gigam.es/GiftSB A lighthouse is a waypoint for sailors. Its light shows the way to shore and warns the mariners of treacherous reefs and rocks. The first lighthouses looked nothing like the modern ones; they were small towers with iron baskets full of burning wood or coal. We have found record of lighthouses as far back as the 7th century B.C., when there was one on a cape near Hellespont (now known as the Dardanelles). While no one yet knows when they were invented, the most famous lighthouse in history is The Lighthouse of Alexandria, built in the 3rd century B.C. and counted among the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.

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Did you know? https://bit.ly/2Xf8q93 Captains, you all know that Everest is the highest mountain on Earth. But what if we told you there’s a much higher one? Sounds odd, right? However, it’s no joke. The Mauna Kea volcano is the highest point of the Hawaiian Islands, and it rises a little more than 4 thousand meters above sea level. What’s the trick you ask? Well, a huge part of this mountain is submerged underwater, and if we were to measure its height from the foot to the peak, it’d be almost 10 kilometers high!

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Let’s Play Shiritori! ➡ https://bit.ly/2UPxh16 Captains, you were brilliant at the last game, so we suggest you play with us again! This time it will be a game of Shiritori. The rules are traditionally simple: each comment should contain one word, and you only need to think of a word that starts with the last letter of the previous comment, e.g., Sail — Ladder — Reef — Flotilla”. Of course, the words should relay to ships, sea and travels! And so we begin. Our first word is Porthole.

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Have you ever seen a city-sized port? They’re real! https://bit.ly/2WnlDMw Captains, do you know what the biggest port in the world is? It’s the port of Shanghai. It is larger than some cities and countries! For instance, the Shanghai port is bigger than the Maldives or even Malta! It has over 100 piers, each of which can fit up to 7 ships, in addition to a nearly uncountable number of other harbor facilities.

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What do you imagine when you hear the word ‘penguin’ — apart from Penguin Books, of course? https://bit.ly/2WfhwlR Cold, snow, and the ice sheets of Antarctic, most likely. Yet, some penguins enjoy warmth and sunshine as much as our fluffy friends in Sunshine Bay do! Tourists from all over the world come to Boulders Beach in South Africa to see these amusing and friendly birds. The local penguins are not afraid of humans, but you’d better be on your guard: they are not afraid to steal a camera or other valuables from absent-minded travelers!

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A Real Drifting Island! https://bit.ly/2ZMZj1e One of the most mysterious islands in the world, Sable Island, is situated near the shores of Nova Scotia. This small, crescent-shaped sandbar is 26 miles long and less than a mile across at its widest point. Yet, Sable has gained a reputation as the Graveyard of the Atlantic: around 350 ships have perished near its shores. The most interesting fact about the island is that it drifts at a speed of 0.14 miles per year away from the shores of Nova Scotia, because its western shore is slowly eroded by waves, while new sand is added to its eastern shore. In the past 100 years, Sable has “sailed” 124 miles away from its former spot!

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Do you dream of joining a yacht club and playing with tried and tested allies? Or, are you already the captain of a mighty club yourself, looking for new members? Leave a comment below, and maybe this post will help you find other players who will make the game even more fun! Join yacht club, climb to the top of the ratings and get amazing prizes! https://bit.ly/2J5lsly

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Warning! Hurricane Alert! 🌪 A new adventure has arrived in Sunshine Bay — The Perfect Storm! Our towers have intercepted an SOS signal. Help Dave and Fred save their friends from the natural disaster at sea! Here’s a handy guide https://goo.gl/TEhTud

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A Real Drifting Island! https://bit.ly/2WA2sPz One of the most mysterious islands in the world, Sable Island, is situated near the shores of Nova Scotia. This small, crescent-shaped sandbar is 26 miles long and less than a mile across at its widest point. Yet, Sable has gained a reputation as the Graveyard of the Atlantic: around 350 ships have perished near its shores. The most interesting fact about the island is that it drifts at a speed of 0.14 miles per year away from the shores of Nova Scotia, because its western shore is slowly eroded by waves, while new sand is added to its eastern shore. In the past 100 years, Sable has “sailed” 124 miles away from its former spot!

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Did you know that? https://bit.ly/2FDyKCo National flags used to have various shapes, but things changed greatly when the Age of Sail began. Rectangular flags with two or more horizontal or vertical stripes were easy to distinguish in the sea and easy to place atop the mast. In time, this became the typical shape of flags, first in Europe and then all over the world, with only three exceptions: the flag of Nepal and the square flags of the Vatican and Switzerland.

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Can a sailboat move faster than the wind? https://bit.ly/2YAEwx6 You bet! When a boat is sailing by the wind, its maximum speed is equal to the speed of the wind. Once it reaches this speed, the wind stops putting pressure on the sails. But what if the wind is blowing at an angle? The air current flows around the sails, creating some lift capacity. This also maintains constant pressure on the sails that doesn’t decrease as the boat speeds up. Modern catamarans utilize this neat trick very actively and their sails often look more like airplane wings.

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Have you ever seen a green beach? Probably only in your dreams! https://bit.ly/2FIMxsy However, there is a place in Hawaii where the sand is green, due to a high concentration of a mineral called peridot on the shore. It has a distinctive olive hue and glistens so beautifully in the sun that the beach is referred to as the Hawaiian Diamond!

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Let‘s Play! https://bit.ly/2tJiDNU What could be more amazing than prowling the high seas and deep oceans? If, for some reason, you did choose to stay ashore today, we’ll try to keep you busy all the same. Let’s play a word association game! The rules are simple: read the last comment on this post and write the first word you associate with it, e.g., Cloud — Rain — Autumn — Leaf — Fall. Ready? Let’s start the game with “Calm seas."

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Just Imagine It: a Shell Beach! https://bit.ly/2NvLG0H Not so many people were lucky to see this shell beach; no wonder, for it’s situated in a faraway corner of the world, namely, in the Shark Bay, Australia. In the past, these waters were known as a ship breaking yard, which makes the bay popular with tourists. Besides, the water in the bay has high salinity, that’s why cockles live in abundance here. As a result, the beach is all covered with small white shells for a 37 miles stretch 23-33 feet deep. There is certainly no shortage of tourists longing to see this wonder of nature!

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