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  • GANNET: Circumnavigation in a 24 foot Moore yacht called GANNET. Makes for interesting reading – he stopped over in Durban for a few months late last year.

  • Sailing Anarchy: An alternative sailing site for all types of sailing, geared towards the fun, the different, and the exciting.

  • Scuttlebutt Europe: is a digest of sailing news and opinions, regatta results, new boat and gear information and letters from sailors -- with a European emphasis

  • Sailing Scuttlebutt: Launched in 1997, Scuttlebutt provides sailing news with a North American focus.

  • SV Delos: Slip away from your winter cocoon and follow along through inspiring videos and blogs as the crew of Delos sails around the world.

  • Sailing La Vagabonde: A young Australian couple films their adventures around the world sailing, fishing, and playing music.

  • Skip Novak's Storm Sailing Techniques: This is a fantastic multi-part series explaining the techniques and tools needed for exploratory cruising in rough weather.

  • Cruising World: The go-to magazine for cruising destinations, gear reviews, and fascinating stories.

  • Cruiser's Forum: A useful forum for everything from DIY projects to classifieds and gear reviews. An excellent peer-to-peer resource.

  • Sailing Totem: A family of 5 sailing around the world. They literally wrote the book on Voyaging with Kids!

  • Sailing Simplicity: is a fantastic and popular blog by voyagers, liveaboards, and offshore sailing instructors Teresa and Benjamin Carey. For a glimpse into the voyaging world I highly recommend their movie One Simple Question!

  • Chasing Bubbles: A documentary about the journey and spirit of Alex Rust, a farm boy turned day trader from Indiana who, at 25, abandoned his yuppie life in Chicago, bought a modest sailboat and set out to sail around the world, learning as he journeyed.

  • Turf to Surf: Meet Tasha, a writer, sailor, adventurer, and filmmaker sharing stories from around the world.

  • Marine How-To:: A basic website with thoroughly detailed descriptions of projects for the DIY sailor.

  • gCaptain: The go-to source for all marine news. Oriented to the commercial sector.

  • Tall Ships America: Check here often for job postings and volunteer opportunities on tall ships!

  • Yacht World: This is where you go to dream about your next boat. I visit here way too often.

  • The Boat Galley: What started as a resource for cooking on a sailboat has grown into so much more. Excellent resource for DIY boaters, liveaboards, and cooks at sea.

  • Maine Boats, Homes, and Harbors : A Magazine and online resource for boating and coastal living in Maine.

  • Around Cape Horn : The tall ship Peking sails around Cape Horn in 1929 in this documentary narrated by Irving Johnson. A must see.

  • Gauteng Model Boat Club: A group of like-minded friends sailing remote-controlled model boats in central Joahnnesburge.