CA Site Ring


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.
If you wish, you can search for a site either by entering its name in the Site Name box, or by using keywords (e.g. Baltic).
CA Members can find out how to add their own site to the Site ring here.

The CA is not responsible for the content of any site this directory links to.

Wilhelm Hartl - Personal Pages. Motor cruising on a Trader 535. Skipper's photo reports. Since 2011, in chronological order.

2011-2012: From Falmouth to Croatia on our own steam http://whartl.com/tarilian.html

2013-2018 Adriatic sea; logs Croatia, Montenegro; local and  general experience, practical information and comments. http://whartl.com/adriatic.html

 

Nick Mines' Hejira web site is an attempt to consolidate previous hosting of location, track, images and the blog history (including the award winning accounts of the Atlantic crossing in November 2015 and BVI to Bermuda in 2016) into a central, easily accessed forum for family, friends and others interested in the adventures of ‘Hejira’ and her crew.

Please feel free to make contact to offer any comments or suggestions which might make our humble efforts more accessible, helpful or interesting.

This blog follows the adventures of Jo and Liz on their Westerly Ocenalord, Nimrod of Tamar having left their home port of Portsmouth in 2012.

Canaries to Caribbean

Log of Helen and Andy's voyages on Speedwell of Rhu, an Oyster 435, together with information about Speedwell and a collection of articles on various sailing topics.

Our website indicating our approximate current location.  Runs about one month behind real life.  We departed Miami in 2014 and have so far cruised Canada (New Brunswick and Nova Scotia), the south coast of Ireland, the Scilly Isles, the coast of Europe counterclockwise from Brest to Israel, and we are now sailing to London.

This is an account of our sailing trip to the Med from the UK. We are on Leg 7 - already exceeding the original 5 year there-and-back plan. 2009 was Plymouth, UK to Portugal via France, Biscay and the Spanish Rias. 2010 it was to Sardinia via Gibraltar, Spain and the Balearics. Next came Sardinia to Corfu via Corsica, Italy, Sicily and Malta. For 2 years we've explored some of Greece, the Ionian, Peloponnese and the Sporades and last year was Turkey. We're back in Greece now to explore the as yet unvisited areas, from Rhodes to Northeast Aegean. The journal is not specifically a sailing "log" as it was originally intended for family & friends to keep tabs on us.

Follow our journey on board Red Roo through this blog and web site as we live aboard and sail full time from Europe back home to Australia in our Alliage 38 yacht.  On average we post once a fortnight and in the first three years of our adventure have already sailed and explored 16 countries in Europe. Yes we are taking the long way - there is a whole world out there to sail and explore.

2016 - France, Channel Islands, United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, Scotland

2017 - The Netherlands, Germany, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Finland, Sweden, Denmark

2018 - France, Spain, Portugal, Morocco

 

Robinetta is a "Tabloid Cruiser" gaff cutter designed by Denys Rayner and launched in 1937. This is the log of her voyages and documents her history

Several solo circumnavigations by Jeanne Socrates in 'Nereida' - three times through Southern Ocean

First was west-about through Tropics from west coast of Mexico back to Mexico (through Panama Canal), others were east-about, two around Cape Horn.

Last one solo, nonstop, unassisted - Guinness World Record for 'oldest female RTW nonstop unassisted'.

Daily blogs posted to website when underway.

Presently in La Cruz de Huanacaxtle, Mexico, recuperating from bad fall on 28 Sept 2017, while 'Nereida' awaits my return to Victoria, B.C., Canada in May, ready to cruise the beautiful Gulf Islands etc of British Columbia.

Plan to start a new nonstop unassisted solo RTW early in October 2018 from Victoria Hbr.