Daily Archives: Thursday, September 29, 2016

  • Wedding Cars Nottingham

    wedding cars in Nottingham and Mansfield are available with Sherwood Wedding Cars and provide bride and grooms’ with magnificent examples of wedding vehicles to hire for their big day.
    Take the stress out of getting to your wedding venue and also arrive in style.
    We provide limo wedding cars to satisfy the most demanding bride. Need a modern classic then why not book our baby Bentley and sit back and enjoy the luxury this car provides. Arriving at the end of September are our latest Limos for larger group travel.
    We are taking bookings for next season and specialise in winter wedding bridal transport.


  • Guadalajara – A Tourist Guide

    Guadalajara is a chief industrial city of western Mexico. Here, tourism plays a significant role in city’s economy.

    For thorough and deep tourist information about the city’s surroundings, both the Tourist Information stand in Palacio de Gobierno and State Tourist Office in Morelos are helpful places to search what is going on in the city and in its other suburbs, like Tonalá, Tlaԛuepaԛue and Zapopan.

    Guadalajara Airport, also known as Don Miguel International Airport, is merely 15 km from the south side of the downtown district. It also has two separate terminals. There are Airlines to twenty different cities throughout Mexico and it also serves many famous destinations within both the USA and Canada.

    Guadalajara is home to a brilliant public transportation system and provides everything from horse carriages to swift metro trains. These trains have rapidly turned out to be among the most admired means to go around the city. In Guadalajara, Metro train stops are easy to notice with obvious signs showing a ‘T’ symbol.

    The city, Guadalajara is a famous tourist attraction worldwide. Families enjoy visiting the Science Centre and Guadalajara Planetarium, which are worth visiting for their astronomical information. Children will enjoy the speedy rides and huge Ferris wheel in the theme park of Selva Magica with the neighboring Zoo situated here. For a serene afternoon outing, think of going to the comparatively serene forest named Bosque la Primavera and Metropolitan Park, where you can wander, picnic, play and normally relax away from the hasty life of central Guadalajara.

    Guadalajara has a historic past and filled with attractive buildings and mementos of former times. The city’s superb Metropolitan Cathedral is truly a show stopper that has twin towers and one big main dome. For history lovers, the main attractions are Basilica de Zapopan and the Government Palace named Palacio de Gobierno, both of which have their origin from the 17th century. Made around 200 years ago, Cabanas Cultural Institute of Guadalajara features stunning gardens, regular exhibition of arts and weekly presentations of ballets. Several theatrical events and happenings also take place in the Degollado Theatre.

    To discover more about the city, the numerous museums of Guadalajara may be of much importance, which are packed with historical information. Museo Regional de of Guadalajara won’t dissatisfy you and the vast archaeological part is rather impressive. Also many of the exhibitions at Guadalajara City Museum, Tonalá Regional Museum’s art works and pottery exhibition and the extraordinary papier maché statues at Sergio Bustamante Gallery are worth visiting. If you wish to try a little bit of local liquor, visit the city’s Tequila Factory and enjoy a tour.

    There are a lot of activities taking place in Guadalajara around the year including numerous festivals, events and activities every month. A thorough list of events and activity can be found every Friday within Guadalajara’s Público (Spanish-language newspaper).

    More information about events and festivals within Guadalajara are freԛuently listed in the Guadalajara local Reporter newspaper and in Weekly newsletter of Guadalajara. These newspapers are accessible free of cost from the tourist office of the city and also at few hotels.

  • Marine Hot Water Heaters Specialists Successfully Keep Us Up to Date on New Rules

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    Your Marine Hot Water Heaters Analysts Discuss All That’s New

    Raritan Engineering Company would like to share with you this week information on marine hot water heaters and on keeping up to date on new sailing rules.

    Every four years, on New Year’s Day of the year following the Olympic regatta, revised racing rules published by World Sailing take effect. This is the first of a series of articles covering important changes for 2017. 

    New Rule 21: EXONERATION

    When a boat is sailing within the room or mark-room to which she is entitled, she shall be exonerated if, in an incident with a boat required to give her that room or mark-room, (a) she breaks a rule of Section A, rule 15 or rule 16, or (b) she is compelled to break rule 31.

    Revised Rule 21 will apply whenever a boat is “sailing within the room or mark-room to which she is entitled.” In the 2013-2016 edition of the rulebook, Rule 21 applies only if the rule entitling a boat to room or mark-room is a rule of Section C. Two rules require a boat to give another boat mark-room: Rule 18.2 and Rule 18.3, both in Section C. 

    Your Marine Hot Water Heaters Professionals Want You to Avoid Being Disqualified

    Your marine hot water heaters experts know that to see why the revised Rule 21 is a fairer rule, consider the common situation shown in Diagram A, which shows Tom and Jerry sailing on a run, spinnakers set. Tom overtook Jerry from clear astern, so Jerry may sail above his proper course (see Rule 17). 

    Under the old rules, Tom would be disqualified for breaking Rule 11, but under revised Rule 21, Tom would be exonerated because, while responding promptly in a seamanlike way to Jerry’s luff, Tom was “sailing within the room to which he was entitled.” 

    19.1 When Rule 19 Applies

    Rule 19 applies between two boats at an obstruction except…(b) when rule 18 applies between the boats and the obstruction is another boat overlapped with each of them.

    Rule 19.1(b) is a new rule for 2017. Since 2009, there have been two separate and different rules for passing marks and obstructions: Rule 18 for marks and Rule 19 for obstructions. Those two rules worked well for about five years, but in 2014, competitors and judges began to notice and publicize a problem that occurred when both Rule 18 and Rule 19 applied at the same time. 

    To understand the problem, we need to study how the rules apply to the incident shown in Diagram B. In light wind, three Lasers are overlapped on port tack, approaching a leeward mark to be left to port. 

    We had been applying Rule 18.2(b)’s first sentence to the incident, and we had overlooked the fact that Rule 19.2 also applied at Position 2. Rule 18.2(b) requires Otto to give both Mitch and Ina mark-room. 

    So you can understand the need for the new Rule 19.1(b), assume that at Position 2, it becomes clear to Mitch and Ina that if Otto continues on his current course, he will not give Mitch and Ina enough space for both of them to round the mark without contact occurring between them or between Ina and the mark. 

    Rule 19.2(b) is not required, nor was it ever intended, to apply in this situation. It only complicates the analysis. Because Rule 18 applies and Otto (the obstruction) is a boat overlapped with both Mitch and Ina, new Rule 19.1(b) will “switch off” Rule 19.2(b), leaving only Rule 18.2 to handle the rounding. 

    The bottom line is this: If you, like almost everyone else, had not noticed the problem Rule 19.2(b) causes in the situation involving Otto, Mitch and Ina, know that new Rule 19.1(b) will allow you to continue rounding leeward marks just as you have been doing since 2009. Just keep doing what you have been doing, and all will be well.

    Visit us at http://www.raritaneng.com/ for more information at Raritan Engineering and see how we always have more information on marine hot water heaters and on keeping up to date on new sailing rules.

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