Links And Other Sailing Blogs

We’re not the only ones documenting our travels by boat. Below you’ll find links to other sailing blogs from around the world.

After a seven-year hiatus, we have reinstated this page! If you have your own sailing log or youtube channel and would like to add it then please help yourself. Complete the form below, as though you were adding a comment, ensuring you include your web address. We recommend creating a Gravatar (globally recognised avatar) before leaving your post. All submissions are moderated.

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  1. My husband is the captain and the wonderful writer of “our story”… We’d love for you to check out our site on the internet at or via Facebook at

    We live in the beautiful Puget Sound here in Washington state within the Pacific Northwest. We continue to renovate Fair Dinkum, our Hudson Sea Wolf ’44 ketch, as we plan for our cruising life… Until then, there have been many adventures with more to come!


    Rebecca Peña-Lippert



  2. Malua an Adams 42 was completed in my yard in Canberra. In 2004 we sailed to Tasmania then through the Pacific -New zealand, Tonga, Fiji &Vanuatu.  Them 6 years in the Mediterranean plus up the rivers and canals of France. 2012 across the Atlantic up the Carribean islands including Cuba. Now the east coast of USA. Next year we will be back in the Pacific. Follow your adventure.

  3. Hey folks, seems we’re in the same corner of the world! SV Totem, US flagged, out since 2008, currently (Jul 2013) in Sabah, Malaysia…heading towards the peninsula in the next few months. Hope to meet, thanks for the blog add meanwhile!

  4. Rants and ramblings of a family who sold everything to go sailing.
    We left behind our family, friends, political correctness and a tube of Smarties to see what the world has to offer.
    Was it worth it? …. To right it was.

  5. the site is specifically for anyone coming, or wintering, or sailing Marmaris Bay. Included in this blog are weather, upcoming events, important information(FAQs–80 pgs–visa/resident info, transit log,etc), Turkish traditions, food, 1 day, 2 day, 6 day, 8 day excursions inland Turkey with many of them off -the-beaten path.

  6. Michael, Caitlin and Kitty left Adelaide Australia in November 2011 on their 38ft John Pugh designed steel sloop Bass Voyager. After two trips across Bass Strait and around Tasmania they are now heading north. Destination unknown!

  7. We moved onto our Island Packet Cat in June of 2010. With us is our Pit Bull puppy and 14 year old cat.
    It’s been a crazy ride so far and if I couldn’t blog I’d need therapy for sure!
    This blog is a great idea, thanks.
    Laura and Hans (and Wilbur and Chlorox

    1. Hi,

      I’m a teacher and will bereading a book to my class about a boy who goes on a round the world yachting adventure with his parents. I’m trying to find someone who is currently doing something similar for them to email questions to…to make the book more ‘real’ and wondered if this would be a possibility.

      Either way, good luck with your adventures. Thank you in advance Nancy

  8. We bought “Skylark”, our 1968 Cal 34, with the intentions of sailing her down to Jacksonville, FL where we will be based to start a life cruising the Keys, Bahamas and eventually beyond. Sailing Adventures on a Cal 34, shows our progress, where we are and whats next on the agenda.

  9. Tall tales and other thoughts from storyteller, sailor and nomad Dennison Berwick. “Kuan Yin” is my 32-foot go-anywhere home. After completely refitting the boat, I’m heading to northern Labrador this summer (2010) to retrace the 1811 voyage of an Inuit (Eskimo) sea captain, his family and two missionaries to sailed to Ungava Bay and back to meet Inuit who’d never before seen Europeans.

  10. Exit Only is our Privilege 39 catamaran that we sailed for eleven years around the world. We survived the Global Tsunami in Thailand and navigated through Pirate Alley and up the Red Sea. We have sea stories, podcasts, pictures, videos, and a professionally produced DVD of the adventures of Exit Only. You can learn more about Exit Only at with lots of pictures.

  11. This blog is for all those guys n girls like me who dream of giving it all up and sailing away to be a digital nomad. This is the journey from the very beginning and completely uncensored please come along for the ride

  12. Malua was built in Australia and sailed through the Pacific. She is currently in Greece after three years cruising from Spain to Turkey. From Marmaris to Istanbul and then the Halkadiki. During 2009 through Greece to Venice via east coast Italy, Croatia and Montenegro.
    See also for the boats features, how it was built, equipment and the Pacific cruise.

  13. The tales of a liveaboard couple and their two dogs, starting out as rookie sailors in 2007, finding ways of making ends meet and stay sane on a 44 foot ketch. Started in the Med, still in the Med, will we ever move on?

  14. The voyages and adventures of Elisabeth and Rod. We set sail in Sept. 2009 from San Francisco aboard our beloved Swan 41. Our plan is to winter in Mexico and head west in spring 2010. Germany is a destination. Come join us to see where we actually end up! Hey, it’s cruising, so it’s loose!

  15. This is perhaps more of a website than blog. The emphasis is an interactive map showing images of the different Abaco Cays of the Bahamas from my last few cruises there. My intent is to give other cruisers a feel for what the various islands have to offer. Other pages include weather, forecasts, crossing information, links to entry requirements and other information relevant those departing the U.S. for the Bahamas.

  16. Great site – I found it at Cruiser’s Forum.

    Our blog is called Sail Beausoleil. Beausoleil is a newly refit 1979 Formosa 51 aft cockpit ketch on which we’re now cruising full time. Even though our home port is Marblehead, MA, the name pays homage to my Cajun heritage: it was named after Joseph “Beausoleil” Broussard, who led the Acadian exodus from Nova Scotia to south Louisiana in the 1750’s. He’s the Original Cajun!

  17. Edith and I went to sea in 2004 on our classic, 1965 sixty foot Philip Rhodes…. Our route took us from Croatia, Greece, Turkey, Syria, Cyprus, Israel, Egypt, Jordan, Sudan, Eritrea, Yemen, Oman, India, Maldives to Thailand and Malaysia in which region we are now. Ckeck out the stories, the website and all of our adventures.

  18. Sailing and boat keeping are the pillars of my life at the mo. I enjoy writing about the cruises, and actually quite enjoy reading them (odd or what).

    Hope the stories will survive when I am too old to sail.

  19. These are the voyages of the Mariner 40 ketch “Sea Trek” on her 17 years of cruising the Gulf Coast and East Coast of the United States and the Western Caribbean. Lots of information on cruising preparations, equipment and cost breakdowns and some extra goodies not found on most sailing blogs.

  20. Jim & Katie (Californians living in Europe) bought a Hallberg-Rassy 40 in 2006 in Holland. From Holland we sailed the northern coasts of France and Spain, down Portugal to the Med. After a season in the Western Med we crossed the Atlantic (our first long passage) and are now in the Caribbean.

  21. Full time live aboard family of 4 – mom/dad/4 year old boy/guinea pig on a St. Francis 44 catamaran in the Chesapeake Bay. Going on our 11th year full time aboard, we cruised once PK (pre-kid) and we’re readying to do it all again in 2 years.

  22. A life-long sailing and climbing enthusiast, I created my blog to provide a place for adventurous small boat sailors to their share experiences around the Chesapeake Bay and Delmarva Peninsula. My experiences became a book, “Circumnavigating the Delmarva Peninsula – a Guide for the Shoal Draft Sailor”. This book is a living text, with new material added, existing material revised, and reader comments incorporated in order to build and maintain the definitive guide for would-be Delmarva circumnavigators. These revisions are posted here. So go out and explore the waters of the Delmarva coast, experience the quiet beauty of the Virginia Coast Reserve, and report back with your observations, notes, and thoughts. The big guides treat this trip as a passage to blast through, not an experience to be savored, not visiting wild areas and small harbors. Go see what they’re missing!

  23. We’ve just completed our fifth season and 30,000 miles from Ventura CA to Finike Turkey. We’ve got our first child on the way (due June 2009), so we’ll wait and see how that effects our plans..

    We’ve just recently announced BlurbBits, a Free way to Blog and Map/share photos, even from the middle of the ocean (via email).

    If anyone is looking for a great boat Billabong is for Sale.

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