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Boating Blogs

  • Zero To Cruising | Fun-loving couple sailing the Caribbean on their catamaran
    Two very active cruisers. I love following their blog, but rarely feel up to actually hiking with them. EW has and lived to tell the tale.
  • Troubadour
    These friends just completed a major haul out in Grenada -- unplanned. Read their past posts to find out why and their current to follow in their wake and hear a bit of Jimmy Buffet.
  • The Everywhereist | travel advice, tips, and stories
    One of the few non-sailors I follow. Geraldine is a writer who was unemployed. Her husband has to travel for his job. So she now travels with him and writes about it. She's funny. She's certainly well-traveled. I'm not sure whether she is following her dream or making lemonade out of lemons -- either way, she does it beautifully.
  • Silverheels III
    Ken and Lynn from Canada - others who lived aboard through a few winters who are now in the Caribbean. We can relate.
  • Shilo
    Two people, one a writer and one a photographer on a catamaran. Not to be missed.
  • s/v Celebration
    Steve and Lynn are really smart, fun, and willing to share both their knowledge and their sense of humor. They've been going back and forth from States to Caribbean for weddings and family. Blue water sailing and fun times.
  • One White Tree
    Ross and Diana -- forever friends we met in Grenada -- are sailing west as we are sailing east. We've shared excellent times and fun stories and look forward to following them as they sail the Pacific.
  • Coconut Connection | Pacific Hwy
    We met Bruce and Laura in Grenada in 2011 when they were living aboard and working on the catamaran Puma. Now they are on their own monohull, crossing the Pacific. They are former charter captain and crew and Laura is an outstanding chef.
  • Ceilydh Sets Sail
    A family of three - and a cat sailing the Pacific. Homeschooling, writing, boat repair, catamarans, local information and more.
  • An Extraordinary Hike | One girl's adventure on the Appalachian Trail.
    Jessie taught in the one-room school house on Monhegan Island in Maine, and is taking this year to follow her dream and hike the Applacian Trail. She is a dog-lover, daughter of sailors -- Paul Campbell, her dad, and Sheila, her step-mom own and sail Que Rico.

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