Professional Satellite Oceanographer Jenifer Clark and professional Meteorologist Dane Clark, both with over 35 years supporting the marine community, invite mariners to take advantage of their real-time ocean charts and weather forecasts for sailboat racing, boat deliveries, ocean cruising, and offshore fishing. Using infrared imagery, satellite altimetry data, and surface isotherm data, oceanographic analyses are produced and available for the Gulf Stream area and all the major currents of the world. Waypoints are also provided for taking advantage of favorable currents and for avoiding unfavorable ones."WE OFFER EXPERT SERVICES TO: SAILBOAT RACERS, CRUISING SAILORS, ROWERS, SWIMMERS, YACHT DELIVERIES, CG SEARCH AND RESCUE, TUG AND BARGE DELIVERIES"
SEE WHAT RECENT CUSTOMERS HAD TO SAY:
From Larry Huntington, longtime Navigator of Snow Lion, in many Bermuda races and the TransAtlantic races:"Jenifer Clark's Gulfstream analysis is the best ever. Her detailed description of the main flows and the swirls, both North and South of the main Stream, are critical in being able to maximize the advantage of favorable currents. Her work is a must for anyone racing."
From Capt. Devin J. Santa, navigator for Galadriel, Devocean, Aurora, Barleycorn, Lir, and Carina:
I have had the pleasure of working with Jenifer Clarkís Gulfstream for over 15 years as a navigator of ocean racing and passage making yachts. Having accurate positions of the Gulfstream and associated features of cold and warm eddies that Jenifer is able to provide is critical in my role as navigator. Additionally, Jeniferís written analysis, when coupled with her charts allows me to understand the current strength, location, and movement of the Gulfstream and features.
Jeniferís Gulfstream analysis is a necessity for me in any ocean race where the Gulfstream is a factor and has been instrumental to me in five podium finishes in the Newport Bermuda Race. Most recently, Jenifer provided gulfstream data to me for the 2015 Trans Atlantic Race where it allowed us to capitalize on the favorable currents for over a hundred and fifty miles. I wholeheartedly recommend Jenifer Clark for anyone who is looking for accurate Gulfstream information for their ocean sailing adventures.
From Gail Greenwald bermuda 1-2 return leg:
Forgot to mention we also had the privilege of dealing with the remnants of Tropical Storm Bill, and earlier, caught a warm eddy (thanks to Jenifer Clark) that enabled us to make 10-12 knots for several hours. I saw Cordelia hit 15 knots momentarily - couldn't believe my eyes!
From Will Oxley in the 2015 Volvo Ocean Race Leg 7...... Hi Jenifer, Thanks for your help. I found your colored (Ocean Chart) image especially helpful and used that as my background in Expedition to make the best use of the stream. This was much more accurate than the Mercator model that we had access to on board.[For other recent Customer Comments, click here.]
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