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  1. #41
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    Nov 2003
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    Living on boat in Southsea Marina until tenants leave house
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    Default Do It's Circumnavigation - almost there

    Angus and Ruth have been updating www.doitcruise.info each month since leaving the UK in April 2005, on their 12.5m steel cutter "Do It". The circumnavigation has taken in 45+ countries so far. Currently in Mauritius, and planning to be back in the UK in 2012.

  2. #42
    Join Date
    Mar 2002
    Location
    South coast UK
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    Default Not much on our blog yet...

    ..but then we've only been away for 4 days! We've just set off for a planned 2 year cruise: who knows where we'll end up but we've got the charts for a circumnavigation.

    Blog as per my signature- the entries with the interesting spelling are Kevins!

  3. #43
    Join Date
    Jan 2004
    Location
    London
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    Quote Originally Posted by phanakapan View Post
    ..but then we've only been away for 4 days! We've just set off for a planned 2 year cruise: who knows where we'll end up but we've got the charts for a circumnavigation.

    Blog as per my signature- the entries with the interesting spelling are Kevins!
    Lovely looking boat, I'm too jealous, enjoy it all.

    2 years, eh? See you in a decade or so then...

  4. #44
    Join Date
    Jun 2010
    Location
    Near Andover, Hampshire and Portland, Dorset
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    We are in Gijon, Spain at the moment, heading South....well West first then South and about a month into our cruise on Borne, our small wooden sailboat.
    We are hoping to keep our blog up to date when we can and would love to meet up with anyone heading in the same direction.

    Nick
    Visit us at http://melandnick.com and flickr

  5. #45
    Join Date
    Mar 2008
    Location
    Wandering around the Med (currently Malta)
    Posts
    54

    Default Neither use nor ornament

    We've been living aboard since 2005 and have only managed to get as far as Turkey.

    Please rest assured that

    www.sailblogs.com/member/birvidik

    is of absolutely no practical use whatsoever.

    See - I'm so bloody useless that I can't even make the url appear as a link.
    edit - oops! seems to have made it a link all by itself.
    Last edited by BirvidikBob; 11-08-11 at 14:47. Reason: outwitted by technology

  6. #46
    Join Date
    Jan 2005
    Location
    The Mrs kids and boat are in Grenada. Me? I'm in Suez on a tug!
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    Las Palmas at ther moment, heading for the Cape Verde, Gambia and Brazil in December.
    Drinking rum and playing music with my friends.

  7. #47
    Join Date
    Jan 2011
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    France to Turkey in 3 years. Currently in Turkey.
    www.lesbirdsnest.com

  8. #48
    Join Date
    Oct 2009
    Location
    Chester
    Posts
    292

    Default Hits....

    I read on another post that a few had given up posting on blogs because of the lack of readers. Interestingly I think people tend to exaggerate the number of hits on sites. Google analytics is a good way of keeping track of the activity on your blogs. Enclosed is an activity report for www.sephina.org
    It definitely shows increased activity after a post on PBO forum but is not the hundreds a day you hear about. Also most of the activity is from the UK which is predictable. My wife says the site is boring! A bit too techi. I do follow a couple of recent adventures and the style of writing is a great draw. The OP's site is often a hoot and worth a read.

  9. #49
    Join Date
    Feb 2011
    Location
    on Catweasel, on the Costa del Sol headed up :)
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    so far Portsmouth to Mazagon, am sailing on Catweasel until the money runs out



    hope you enjoy, feedback, suggestions and criticisms always welcome.

  10. #50
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    Apr 2009
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    We left Portsmouth 2 years ago on board Moonlight, our Vancouver 36 and have been exploring the Caribbean and Bahamas for the past 18 months (as far south as Grenada).

    Moonlight is currently on the hard in Marsh Harbour in the Abacos (NW Bahamas) - which took a direct hit from hurricane Irene and we are still waiting for news but havn't been able to contact the boatyard so far.....

    Our website is www.moonlightadventure.co.uk and is mainly about the great places we have seen, great (and occasionally odd) people we have met and the occasional dollop of seasickness!

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