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Old 09-04-2013, 06:44   #31
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Re: Favorite Cruising Blogs

My girlfriend and I just started blogging together about our new-to-us O'day 34.

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Old 09-04-2013, 08:03   #32
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I have read quite a few cruising blogs that I enjoyed (others not, for various reasons). Some were more focused on the technical aspects of cruising/sailing such as navigating, routes, maintenance, etc. while others were written from an almost philosophical standpoint, while others focused on lands and cultures explored.

I was curious to read some your favorites. What are your favorite cruising blogs?

Here are a few of mine:

Indigo Moon: Indigo Moon - Mile Markers

Adamo: The Adamo Adventure

Uliad: Welcome to

There are plenty of others, though. These just a few of the recent ones I’ve read and liked.
These aren't recent ones -- in fact, all of these adventures have been completed, haven't they?

I guess that's the danger of digging up an old thread.

Seems that creating a new one would have been a better idea, although this shows the fleeting nature of blogs.

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Old 19-09-2014, 14:45   #33
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We have been blogging for a couple of years sailing our yacht boat Juno in the med and the caribbean. Heading across the Atlantic and into the Pacific this winter.
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Old 19-09-2014, 17:32   #34
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Re: Favorite Cruising Blogs

I enjoy reading about people's cruising adventures but the problem I have with "blogs" is, they are hard to read. They start with today, then yesterday, then the day before, etc.

This makes it difficult and confusing to read about a trip. For example, a trip down the AICW.
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Old 09-10-2014, 09:22   #35
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I have started a kind of "zero to cruising" blog. I will be blogging and doing some video from the boat show">Annapolis Boat Show this weekend as well as the Ft. Lauderdale Show at the end of the month.

I am mainly focused on our boat search and learning about sailing, but hopefully it will morph into a lifestyle experience.

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Old 11-10-2014, 07:45   #36
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Re: Favorite Cruising Blogs

This thread is proving to be a helpful resource in finding where the blogs are, they're really good too! I tried to do a blog while cruising, but tend to end up in places where there's no internet.
So my blog shares stories that aren't "real time." But I love to share stories & entertain, so I can't help putting in a plug for it:-] it's sort of random, the last post jumps to Mexico
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Old 11-10-2014, 08:54   #37
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Re: Favorite Cruising Blogs

Voyaging Under Sail, Cruising Lealea Home
Art Of Hookie | Will work for food or money.
Introduction to the junk-rigged Corribee Mingming
Janice aboard Seaweed, trawler cruising on a nickle budget...

I tend to like bolgs of folks who are living aboard small boats and are making it work. They all seem to be striving to live as simply as possible - an idea that, for me, has greater and greater appeal with each passing year. You tube videos are a plus too.
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We met Katie, Jessie, and Reggie when they rowed their dink over to meet us in No Name Harbor. Really a couple of incredible young ladies. Great writing and awesome photography. KATIE & JESSIE on a boat | aboard lovely Louise…

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I love reading sailing blogs as well as writing them.

I love to read

It is a wonderful site and they post user content daily along with current events for sailing in the Pacific Northwest!

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