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Mina2 has crossed both the arctic and antarctic circles and visited many places in between. An inspiring account of what is possible.
Jo Winter is author of the recently published Pilotage Foundation pilot to the South China Sea. After several years cruising around SE Asia the Winters have now reached Vancouver via Japan and the Aleutians in their Island Packet 'Brother Wind'
Jo has won numerous prizes for her RCC logs and their blog makes a fascinating read
The CCA and its members contribute to the sport of sailing and history of yachting in many ways. The club makes awards for exceptional passage making, seamanship and literary works. The club organizes and runs the biennial Newport Bermuda Race, and conducts seminars on safety at sea for hundreds of sailors. The Bonnell Cove Foundation makes grants to not-for-profit organizations for projects in safety at sea and environmental protection.
A useful site with numerous technical articles about every aspect of boat preparation and seamanship.
An outstanding site for the blue water sailor. Link takes you to 'general' page for book reviews and cruising information.
'Flying Fish' is the OCC journal which includes logs of members cruises to all parts of the world. These accounts are available for download and include much useful pilotage information. It is an essential resource for anyone contemplating a voyage to the remoter parts of the globe.
Cosmic Dancer V is a Sweden Yachts 38 in which Clive Woodman has sailed some 35000 miles in the past 8 years. His impeccably presented blogs include much useful pilotage information of areas including W Greenland.
With links from the blog to navigational notes on Labrador, Greenland, Australia, Equador, Galapagos, St Helena, Panama and Venezuela.
Info: click 'Labels' for cruising information.
Blog by Trevor Robertson with interesting pilotage information from high latitudes both North and South.
Tom & Vicky Jackson provide well-written logs of their world cruising, with good background information for those planning such an adventure.
Covering their experiences in Chile, Argentina, Queen Charlotte Sound, Newfoundland, St Helena and Scotland.
Info: click 'Favorite Places' for pilotage information.
Berrimilla’s story Alex Whitworth's logs of two circumnavigations and a transit of the North West Passage in his Brolga 33
Blog about cruising in 37ft 'Gyatso' to the Caribbean, Mediterranean and Black Seas.
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