JEFF VAN GUNDY/AFP/Getty Images The number of clubs in the world has doubled since the 1970s, and now there are over 70,000 in over 100 countries.
But the numbers of clubs has been declining since the mid-1990s, according to the International Whampoa Association.
In fact, it says that the number of yacht clubs in 2013 was the lowest since its founding in 1946.
That is when the yacht clubs were founded as an alternative to traditional yacht clubs.
“A lot of clubs have been founded in the past 40 years, and there have been many of them that were founded in Europe in the ’50s and ’60s, that were basically recreational sailing clubs,” said David J. Waring, an associate professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
In other words, they were an alternative for people who wanted to travel around the world, but weren’t really sailing boats.
“Now that the boats have come to be in the hands of the rich, they want to give them a break, and so a lot of these clubs are trying to get in front of that market.”
And with that, there’s been an explosion of yacht clubbing.
According to the yacht club industry, there are about 1,500 clubs in about 60 countries.
There are about 4,500 in the U.S., and about 2,000 each in the United Kingdom and Canada.
And according to a recent report by the International Business Times, the number and size of yacht-related clubs has increased dramatically in recent years.
“The number of recreational yacht clubs has exploded,” Waring said.
“We are seeing a significant increase in membership.”
It’s not just clubs that have exploded in size.
The number and number of people who are interested in sailing has also gone up.
In the late 1980s, there were about 100 boats in the Caribbean and Pacific oceans.
Today, there is more than 1,000 boats sailing around the globe, according the IBA.
And these boats are bigger than ever.
“If you go to the Caribbean, the size of the boat has increased from 20 to 50 tons,” Wares said.
And the boat can be up to six times the size as well.
And if you want to cruise the Caribbean or the Atlantic, there have even been boats that can go down the East Coast of the U, the Atlantic Ocean, and then come back up the East coast of the United States.
That’s more than 200,000 vessels that are sailing in the Atlantic right now.
“In the last 30 years, we have seen the emergence of more and more sailing boats,” said James O’Connor, an assistant professor of marine science at the California Institute of Technology.
“They’ve become much larger, and they’re more capable.”
The boats are also getting faster.
According a report published by the Institute for Sustainable Marine Operations in the journal Marine Management, the speed of the boats has increased over the past decade.
And that’s a direct result of the increasing popularity of recreational sailing in many parts of the world.
“It’s the way that we live,” said O’Connor.
“Sailing in the ocean is the way we live.
We live by our own laws, our own rules.
As for the amount of boats in international waters, there isn’t one single country that is making the boat the size and number it needs to be. “
And the boats are now getting much faster, and that’s because of the rise of recreational fishing.”
As for the amount of boats in international waters, there isn’t one single country that is making the boat the size and number it needs to be.
“What we have in terms of boats is the United Nations Convention on High Seas Navigation, which governs the navigation of the oceans,” said J.R. Williams, a member of the International Maritime Organization.
So the question becomes, how much does the U and the world want to let the boats go?”