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Sailing blogs we like and follow

Screen Shot 2013-12-16 at 11.04.51 PMDistant Shores

Paul and Sheryl Shard are sailing veterans and they produce movies and TV shows of their trips that have been broadcasted all over the world. Paul also has a technical blog with great tips on how to fix practically everything on-board.
 

Screen Shot 2013-12-16 at 10.59.16 PMZero To Cruising

After having learned to sail from zero, Mike and Rebecca Sweeney have turned into pro’s and now skipper their own charter catamaran One Love. Mike blogs often about their learning first as beginners and more recently as seasoned sailors.
 

Screen Shot 2013-12-16 at 10.58.24 PMWind Traveler

Scott and Brittany, with their sweet daughter Isla, are about to go back to land to take care of their soon-to-be-born twins, but we are sure they will return to their boat and to the sea as soon as possible. Brittany shares a lot of tips about everything onboard.
 

Screen Shot 2013-12-16 at 11.06.49 PMBarca Pulita

Carlo Auriemma and Lizzi Eördegh are an Italian couple who has sailed everywhere in the world, bringing their boat Barca Pulita to the most remote and still untouched corners of the planet. We own almost all of their DVD’s and dreamt along many times.
 

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The Sailing Podcast

David and Carina Anderson interview sailors and cruisers from all over the world willing to share their experience. Beside the Podcast, their blog contains extra material and references worth checking out. We never miss an episode!
 

Sail Evenstar
Sail Evenstar

Two adults, two teenagers, one boat. This is the sailing diary of the Porter family, cruising the world since 2011 on Evenstar, also an Hallberg-Rassy 53. They often post pictures and interesting description about their trips and experience. I forgot, they own a wonderful boat! 😉
 
 

Technical information

Cox Engineering Despite having a not so modern look and feel, this site is full of valuable information for boat owners. The same material appears often as articles on boating magazines. Check out for example the section on Brasses and Bronzes under Metallurgy.

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