Author: cmed34

L’ascension en tête de mât

Climbing to the top of the mast is essential for sailing expertise. It allows to controlall the capellings, check the crimpings, especially at the top of the forestay, check the rightalignment of the spreaders, the sheaves at the masthead, the correct attachment of the antennas…

Electrolysis: an insidious danger

The consequences of electrolysis, particularly in the case of impressed current, can causeextensive damage in a matter of days. The photo below shows a base plate entirelydestroyed as a result of a defect in the insulation of the battery terminals that had remained in contact…

COVID-19 Information

In this period of health crisis that limits our movements, the whole CMED team remains on deck! The fine weather will inevitably return, it is time to think about your sailing projects. Like you, we are passionate and in these times of confinement we will…

Introducing the CEM

Since the end of 2019, CMED has been financially supporting the La Grande Motte Mediterranean Training Centre. The CEM is the high level training structure in the Mediterranean for offshore racing, for the Inshore Multihull regatta (Diam 24, Nacra 17 and Nacra 15) and for…