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.

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.


Cruising in the Mediterranean on our Bavaria 36.

Voyages of Shadowmere - a 1979 Hallberg Rassy ketch (HR41).

June 2017 left Belfast, Northern Ireland bound for Nova Scotia - via the Cape Verde Islands and Barbados.

Blog describing Henrietta's trips (Najad 391), Atlantic Circuit 2015/16, mainly single-handed, not too serious

This website is dedicated to the journeys of sailing yacht Svalen, starting with a  major voyage from Sweden to Brazil and back, departing in May 2018 and returning in summer 2019. To follow the blog, visit the posts page. To donate to any of the good causes being supported en route causes visit the fundraising page.


This Blog records our adventures on water initially on charter boats and since 2013, on La Ina a very solid HR 352.

Our blog serves as a personal record of our adventures and experiences since leaving the UK in 2012 whilst allowing family and friends to keep up-to-date with our whereabouts. We hope that our blog provides some useful information for other sailors who may be planning a similar adventure to ours.

Our dream to take early retirement and cruise slowly down and into the Med unexpectedly came early... 15 year's early, due to us being made redundant (we both worked for the same company). At the time we could have 'played it safe', got new employment and continued working until retirement however we decided that life is too short and that we should take the risk and see where it takes us... please feel free to follow us on our travels by visiting The adventures of Yacht Flirtie at

The plans and voyages of the Ovni 365 "Grey Wanderer" currently cruising during the summer months in the Western Baltic

The cruising blog of the voyages of SV Passat II, a 34 ft called a Tradewind 34 (aka True North 34) designed by Stan Huntingford in the mid 1970s. The keel was laid in 1976 and and she was launched in Vancouver, BC Canada in 1980.

The Blog covers the worldwide Voyages starting in 2007 from Victoria, BC Canada.

A blog of our travels, usually only updated in the summer