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Showtime! flying eight sailfish release flags Saturday was the day's top boat at the Light Tackle Sailfish Tournament at Sailfish Point. The fleet caught 55 sailfish Saturday, the well-heeled tournament team aboard Showtime! led by Capt. Wink
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The Boat Improvement Bible is the most up to date, user friendly and hands-on practical manual for boatowners who wish to improve their sailboat or motorboat. It will equip any boatowner with average DIY skills to improve all aspects of their boat: safety, comfort, facilities, storage and performance on the water. Many of these projects will also help increase a boat's value. Projects include: installing a heating system, installing hot water and a shower, increasing water tank size, making the heads electric, installing air conditioning or better ventilation, setting up solar or wind power charging for the batteries, fitting a generator, adding a gas alarm, installing interior lighting, adding a bathing platform or boarding ladder, plus much, much more. Packed with exploded diagrams,...
My first experience with the Norwegian Cruise Line Breakaway ship’s Mandara Spa was heavenly. I walked into the spa shortly after boarding in New York for a cruise to Bermuda, and it smelled like just the right level of disinfectant with a top note of essential oils. A young woman with flawless black eyeliner topped by an expertly drawn gold wing walked me through the spa facility. I was on the cruise for vacation, but at the spa for work. As a beauty reporter, I was drawn in by the mind-bogglingly varied offerings of the on-ship spa, and I’d come to Mandara for research purposes (and maybe a few treatments). In addition to the standard massages, facials, and manicures, many cruise ships (including the one I traveled on) are now offering services from teeth-whitening to acupuncture to injectables like Botox and Restylane. The ship pushes handwashing every few paces to prevent norovirus outbreaks, but you can have your wrinkles frozen by botulism in the spa. My tour guide led me deeper into the facility, passing into the heat treatment area. For $199, 120 adult passengers (out of as many as 4,000 on the ship) during week-long voyages like mine can buy an unlimited Thermal Suite Cruise Pass and enjoy heated stone loungers, a thalassotherapy pool (i. e. a seawater pool), sauna, and salt... A newer ship features a snow room , but for the most part, the treatments offered in cruise spas resemble those offered on ships over 100 years ago. In the past, people who were chronically ill with diseases such as tuberculosis would travel to warmer, temperate climates and visit spas to drink and bathe in supposedly healthful water. The role once played by resort or spa towns for the purpose of healing the chronically ill away from home is now, in some sense, taken on by vacation — with all the attempts at healing and recuperating frantically crammed into a brief window. But while many treatments are aimed at lifting faces and purging inches, what I saw onboard and discovered when I talked to other spa patrons was that most passengers are interested in relief from pain, just like the travelers of the past. Particularly with an older crowd (due in part to school being in session, and in part to just being a cruise), relief from daily aches and discomfort drove interest in the spa. While I saw the women’s salon used by two passengers receiving hair treatments (and the men’s not at all), I witnessed lots of people pretty damn excited about pain relief. When I contacted Steiner Transocean to ask about this and other questions such as how medi-spa staff are trained, I didn't receive a reply. In the lead-up to a spa gift certificate raffle at 5:30 p. m. on the first day of the cruise, fellow vacationers kicked off their sandals and quickly walked across a piece of paper placed on what seemed to be a plastic tray of firm ink. A young Ukrainian man with a shaved head then lifted the sheets of paper to show passengers the pressure points linked to their pain elsewhere in the body. A few mornings later, the same young, bald man was giving a presentation on pain and arthritis to a surprisingly large crowd in the (closed for breakfast) Maltings Beer & Whiskey Bar. As I waited for the bus in St. George, the historic capital of Bermuda, I met a woman walking with a cane who said that she was looking forward to getting back on the ship so she could return to the thermal suite, for which she had purchased the... This isn’t to say that younger people looking for some treat yo’ self action don’t avail themselves of the spa. A group of twentysomething friends were sitting together in the pre-treatment relaxation lounge talking about how they’d need to ask for money for Christmas to pay off their cruise-related credit card bills as they waited to be summoned by their... Even on port days the spa hummed with activity, receptionists constantly assisting customers and booking sessions. The relaxation lounge is where I happened to be less than two hours after our boat glided down the Hudson River, slipped under the Verrazano Bridge, and headed for casino-friendly international waters. My winged tour guide had sold me a “10/20/30” spa package. I’d book three signature spa services and the cheapest would be discounted 10 percent, the middle one 20 percent, and the most expensive ended up being 30 percent off.
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