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The CA Site ring is a directory of Sailing-related Web and Blog sites by Cruising Association members. By clicking on either the associated home page thumbnail or the name, you can go directly to that site.
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This site is more than just the logs of our cruises: there are posts about a mutiny on the Guardian newspaper's Fastnet yacht entry, a race which split the paper down the middle when I worked there; about how I was held personally responsible (in a manner of speaking) for sinking the Bank of England's yacht; I go deep into the arguments that still rage among both yachtsmen and classicists about where Odysseus actually sailed. I report on building a lapstrake pram dinghy, about nerdish technical issues that I’m interested in, such as Brexit and VAT, electronic navigation and chart accuracy, and I write posts about barge cruises and about trans-Adriatic races with a friend who belongs to a Venetian yacht club. We’ve sailed to Scotland and Ireland in two extended round Britain cruises, been many times to France and Holland, spent three years recently on the Biscay coast and chartered often in the Mediterranean, the Adriatic and as far as the Seychelles as well as sailing a friend's local boat in the Californian Channel Islands. There are lots more places we plan to go. I also indulge myself here with reminiscences of sailing from the fifties onwards, as much for the grandchildrens' benefit as my own. 

Describes mainly voyages, but also explorations by bike, undertaken by us since 2003.
During the summers, we have sailed slowly from Harwich down the French Atlantic coast, along the Spanish north, past Portugal to the Algarve. We have spent seasons in the Algarve, Balearics, Sardinia and Corsica. Our catamaran, Razzmatazz, is now based in Preveza.
In the winters, we have explored Cuba, Kerala and Andalucia by bike.
The site is not a blog. I usually add a complete account of each voyage or journey once or twice a year.

A collection of summer cruises from Brighton to Trieste. Then back out of the Med to El Rompido in Atlantic SW Spain near the Portuguese border.

Aqua Blue is a Kelsall trimaran, launched in '76, and still going strong!

 

This is the story of two little bears who live on a yacht and from time to time go on long sailing trips.

Welcome to Outwiththewind. We (Sorin, Ana and SY Mehalah, an Oyster Mariner 35) joined forces to realise our dream of sailing around the world. Through our sailing blog we share our sailing around the world experience in order to inspire others to live their own dreams. We sailed away from London in May 2018 and we currently (June 2020) are in NZ. Once the Pacific borders open (closed due to Covid) we will resume our circumnavigation. Meanwhile we fulfill our mission of 'inspiring, informing and inspiriting' via various insightful cruising conversations, like ‘Is sailing scary?’ shared via our YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTU9ynXuaIQ-6fcycB_PRRQ, and not only. We hope you join us in our sailing adventure and get inspired!

Blogs since 2012.  More a sailing Diary of our mini adventures

Sailing the Netherlands, East Coast of UK, South and South West UK.  

Now Sailing Netherlands June July 2019

 

List of blogs by year following SIRENA IV's travels around the UK, Holland and the Baltic. Written for family & friends, and for us to read in our dotage. May have the odd useful information for those following a similar path.