Winds of change
Ocean Navigator|September - October 2020
Winds of change
AS OUR WORLD STUMBLES THROUGH THIS PAINFUL AND unprecedented time, with businesses and schools closed, boat shows canceled and so many of us compelled to shelter in place, it’s frustrating to think that even our boats can only provide limited respite from the draconian restrictions of the pandemic.
Robert Beringer

For the foreseeable future, there’s hardly an island or nation in the world that will welcome foreign recreational boaters without a lengthy quarantine — if at all. I know this is the appropriate action, but still.

Maybe you’ve noticed, however, an unintended consequence of the pandemic — a silver lining. Though the shutdown has crippled the economy, it has brought a windfall to the atmosphere, and we are now experiencing some of the cleanest air and clearest skies in a generation.

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September - October 2020