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  1. #21
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    Don't know if we can stick them but I have alredy spoken to and met a couple of people and I am really enjoying some of he blogs. When we get to some of these areas there are quiet a few questions I would like to ask.

  2. #22
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    Neil and Cathy on Seren-mor, sailed from Plymouth 2009, now in the Ionian, via France, Spain, Portugal, Sardinia, Sicily and Italy
    http://www.sailblogs.com/member/serenmor/

  3. #23
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    This is my recently set up blog...

    http://hoistingthemain.blogspot.com/


  4. #24
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    Default ARIGATOU

    Hi Currently in Hull after sailing from Gosport. Going to Med middle to end August. Probably first Netherlands, Belgium, onto France and Spain. Will be on the lookout for familiar names.

  5. #25
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    Quote Originally Posted by stingo View Post
    I used to keep one until I realised how few people actually read it. The effort was simply not worth keeping so few in reading material. Sorry Mum.

    Saying that, I am still very much in favour of websites that provide excellent information ~ especially for free:
    http://www.cruiser.co.za ~ dig a little to find pilotage info for the whole world.
    http://www.cruiser.co.za ~ dig a little more to find user manuals for just about anything related to your boat.
    http://www.noonsite.com ~ more pilotage info.
    http://www.windguru.com ~ one of many, many free weather sites.
    http://www.7knots.com ~ one of many free crew/boat finder websites.
    http://www.bluemoment.com ~ great source of information and also owned by a forumite.
    http://www.uksail.com/ ~ links to many sailing related sites

    There are several others. Since this thread is about our own blogs or websites, I don't feel shy about giving my new site a punt. I started Desperate Sailors which does many things and is completely free for boat owners and crew:
    ~ You've arrived in a new anchorage and desperately need a mechanic. Anchored in the same bay is a mechanic that doesn't charge mega bucks. Desperate Sailors connects you.
    ~ You've left it too late and need to head south to avoid the hurricane season and desperately need crew with good watch keeping experience. Desperate Sailors connects you.
    ~ You arrive in a new anchorage and desperately want to know where the next social event is. Desperate Sailors connects you with the pot luck, book swap, BBQ, boat jumble, open mic night...
    ~ Stay in touch with sailing friends, chat or message them. Create events, photo albums.

    In summary, it is about sailors helping fellow sailors.

    I used to read you.

    Especially the live web cam footage of you with your Brazilian 'shoppers'.
    "Only The Educated Is Free"

  6. #26
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    Love the blog from Vanuatu.
    Very inspiring!
    I will go there one day, I will, I will, I will.
    I am going to sail across the Specific, if it's the last thing I ever do!
    "Only The Educated Is Free"

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    If any of the live aboards here would like to start there own website but are just not sure how to or dont have the first idea then just PM one of the website owners on here. I have never done one before and mine ispretty bsic but using a cheap host I found all I had to do was point and click (more or less). For a cheap fee I have tools to build a website, my own domain name that I chose and as many e mail addresses as I want.

    http://www.cygnus3.com/

  8. #28
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    Default And another one

    And another one: left Plymouth in May 2010, over-wintered on the Vilaine, now in La Coruna, ultimately en-route to the Ionian, ETA 2 - 3 years? We will probably over-winter 2011-12 in Northern Spain / Portugal - will review blogs mentioned in this thread for ideas but any suggestions welcome!

    Andy (aka Tethys) and Ann (aka CornishSailor)

  9. #29
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    We have been sailing the Mediterranean for the past 5 years. Lots of information, and hopefully some useful summaries of the areas we have sailed.

    http://etesianadventures.blogspot.com/

  10. #30
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    Hi This is Peter and Claire on board our Solaris Sunrise Catamaran. We are currently in the Eastern Med @ Karpaz Gate Marina in North Cyprus. We sailed from the West Coast of Scotland (Largs) and visited Nth and Sth Ireland across Biscay to Nth Spain, down the Potugese coast Spain again. Wintered in Almerimar. Then across to Balerics, Sicily, Sardinia across to Lefkas-Greece for winter. Through the corinth canal down the Agean visiting many small Islands and so to Cyprus.

    Peter

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