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OCA Series - Julie Salisbury shares her seven-year cruising adventures By Bluewater Cruising Association, , 3:35 AM Mon 16 Feb 2015
OCA Series - Face the fear with Julie Salisbury as she takes you on a journey at sea, encountering sharks and jellyfish, complete darkness alone 1,000 miles from land, battling malaria, a debilitating back injury, and being jilted in Malaysia and left alone with no money, friends, or home. ...[more]

No sail skills, but family has two-and-a-half year Pacific adventure By Sail-World Cruising round-up, , 10:41 AM Mon 21 Oct 2013
Two-and-a-half years ago Alaskan couple Daren and Robin Traxinger left the life they knew and sailed across the Pacific from Alaska to New Zealand with their two children, Dharma, 7 and Rhett, 11, in a 43ft Hans Christian canoe stern sloop called Solara. ...[more]

Here's why to sail in an engineless junk-rigged schooner By Bob Groves, Ocean Cruising Club, , 5:11 PM Mon 7 Oct 2013
For an all-round cruising boat, what would you choose? - maybe a Beneteau, a Bavaria or a Van de Stadt design? A Moody, an Oyster or even a cat? Most modern cruising sailors will choose the best comfort to combine with the best sailing - but not all of us. Here read why one Ocean Cruising Club member, Kathy and Bob Groves, chose an engineless junk rigged schooner to build and go cruising. ...[more]

Guam sailors cruise to the remote Maug Islands By Lacee A.C. Martinez, GuamPDN/Sail-World, , 10:02 AM Mon 20 May 2013
To most of us Guam is a remote island in the Marianas somewhere in the western Pacific Ocean, best known as a US military base. But Guam, naturally, is not remote to the leisure sailors who live there. It's Maug that is remote - so remote that few sailors had ever ventured there, until Jim, Wayne and Bill, Guam sailors, set off recently in a 38ft Galaxie and told their story to Pacific Daily News. ...[more]

Another cruising sailor sets off - then another and another... By Sail-World Cruising Round-up, , 7:03 AM Wed 20 Mar 2013
Almost every day, somewhere in the world, a new round world sailing adventure begins. They rarely make the local papers, let alone the international ones. We hardly write about them on Sail-World - simply because there are so many, but to each cruising sailor who lets go the docklines and leaves their workaday world to cross oceans, it's the adventure of a lifetime... and so it is for Ken Barton ...[more]

Sailing Tale: A first week in Cuba By Andrew and Clare Payne/Sail-World Cruising, 11:44 AM Fri 22 Feb 2013
Cuba, lying strategically in the middle of the Caribbean, has not been visited by cruising sailors in droves, mostly for political reasons. So what is it like? Here cruising sailors Andrew and Clare Payne, sailing their yacht Eye Candy in the Caribbean, describe their land and sea adventures with fellow cruisers Angela and Tony on Tana Vika in Cuba: ...[more]

Italian sea-change sailor plans another adventure By Des Ryan, , 6:56 AM Tue 12 Feb 2013
It took him two years. From London to Istanbul he sailed, and when there was no wind, he rowed. He sailed 3,356 miles, had times of bad health, at one point his doctor told him to stop or he'd die, but he kept going. Giacomo De Stefano sailed from London to Istanbul in a 5.6m Ness Yawl. His adventure was the stuff of both dreams and nightmares, and it wasn't enough - now he's planning another. ...[more]

Sailing Tales: A yachting life in the Arctic By Nancy Knudsen/Sail-World Cruising, 6:45 AM Fri 8 Feb 2013
There are many of us who love the sailing cruising life but are tied to a desk most of the time. Some, however, can successfully combine both, even while bringing up a family. One of those is Eric Brossier, French oceanographer, who, with his family, has been living on his yacht Vagabond in Canada's arctic for the last eight winters with their two children, recording scientific data. ...[more]

Chance Encounters - sailors and whales By Daria Blackwell, Ocean Cruising Club, 3:03 PM Wed 6 Feb 2013
Unexpected close encounters with whales can be both heart-warming - or frightening, as the pictures in this article show - and are written about here by Daria Blackwell, of the Ocean Cruising Club, travelling with her husband Alex in their Bowman 57, Aleria: ...[more]

Deaf solo circumnavigator, rolled in Southern Ocean, stops in Hobart By Sail-World Cruising, , 10:45 AM Sun 13 Jan 2013
A Scottish man hoping to become the first deaf yachtsman to sail solo around the world non-stop and unassisted is in Hobart for repairs after his yacht rolled at sea. ...[more]

Of dreamers who went sailing and the puffin which inspired them By Vicki Smith/Sail-World, , 10:20 AM Tue 11 Dec 2012
We found this unusual cruising tale heart-warming and beautifully told by Brisbane sailor Vicki Smith who is sailing in the Bahamas with her husband Maynard on their yacht Vanish. It is of a small toy puffin on a key chain and two Cubans who had a seven-year-old dream in their hearts and set out to go sailing. ...[more]

Of dreamers who went sailing and the puffin which inspired them By Vicki Smith/Sail-World, , 9:01 AM Tue 11 Dec 2012
We found this unusual cruising tale heart-warming and beautifully told by Vicki Smith who is sailing in the Bahamas with her husband Maynard on their yacht Vanish. It is of a small toy puffin on a key chain and two Cubans who had a seven-year-old dream in their hearts and set out to go sailing. ...[more]

Receding ice made Northwest Passage record possible By CTV News/Sail-World Cruising, , 6:08 AM Tue 6 Nov 2012
It is the climate-change-driven receding ice which made possible a new record for the most northerly crossing of the Northwest Passage this year by a sailing boat. So has been claimed by the Canadian leader of the expedition on his return home after their much publicised accomplishment, achieved in a 1976, 31ft Hallberg Rassy fibreglass boat, called Belzebub II. ...[more]

Indonesia opens its heart to long range cruisers By Nancy Knudsen, , 11:28 AM Mon 29 Oct 2012
...and hopes they will open their pockets. About 500 yachts a year visit Indonesia. For a tropical country blessed with thousands of remote and interesting islands, that is very few of the 50,000 yachts that sail through Asia. While it has traditionally been complicated and time consuming to obtain a cruising permit for Indonesia, the emerging country is now saying 'Yes!' to yachts. ...[more]

Floating snowbirds in the rush to drift south By Dawn Bryant, Myrtlebeachonline/Sail-World, , 10:31 AM Mon 22 Oct 2012
As the northern hemisphere winter approaches, there's an American and Canadian phenomenon which takes place every year. It's the floating 'snowbirds' who are in a slow rush to drift south to warmer climes. Some take to the Atlantic Ocean, others drift down the Inland Waterway. ...[more]

An Open 40, the Southern Ocean and Babies on Board By Somira Sao/Sail-World Cruising, 4:25 PM Sun 7 Oct 2012
Lots of cruising families take their small children sailing, but not like James Burwick and Somira Sao. They and their kids, 4 and 2, started their voyage on an Open 40, a racing, not cruising boat, in Portland, Maine (USA). They sailed to France, Cape Town, then across the Southern Ocean to Western Australia. Here is an excerpt of their leg in the Southern Ocean from Fremantle heading east. ...[more]

29-year-old skipper youngest (Australian) to sail Northwest Passage By Nancy Knudsen, 4:51 PM Fri 28 Sep 2012
Two young Australians have become the latest to have sailed the Northwest Passage, Chris Bray and his fiance Jess Taunton. Chris is, at 29 and as far as he has been able to tell, the youngest skipper (Australian) ever to brave the once treacherous passage. ...[more]

Australian adventure sailors play it safe in the North West Passage By Sail-World Cruising round-up, , 6:30 AM Fri 20 Jul 2012
Last year two Australians, Australians Chris Bray, 28, and Jess Taunton, 24, began an adventurous sail through the Northwest Passage, and, like many other adventurers lured to one of the last great passage sails, are attempting to finish their journey this year. ...[more]

Non-sailing guests arriving? - 20 things to tell them By Jerry and Susan Barber/Sail-World, 3:02 PM Mon 16 Jul 2012
So you have friends coming to sail with you, but they've never been on a sailing boat before - what do you tell them? Jerry and Susan Barber, cruising on their Lagoon 440 catamaran Vida Dulce in the Caribbean, have it down to a fine art. So good are their 20 pieces of advice, in fact, that we'd like to share them with you. ...[more]

Ten decadent extras to take on a sailing holiday By Nancy Knudsen, 10:43 AM Sat 14 Jul 2012
So you're going cruising - not just for the day, but for a few weeks or a few years - that break you've promised yourself, with like-minded people, be it the family or friends, not because they're the greatest sailors, but because you like their company. Now it's time to think...what extras can you take to make the experience not just great, but SUPERB!? ...[more]

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