Having enjoyed other sites for the past two decades: Project BlueSphere , Westsail Owners Association, Stacey and Neil's site, the Bumfuzzle's (when they sailed) as well as my staple of bulletin boards; Cruisers and Sailing>, Seven Seas Cruising Association, and the Cruisers forum; I realize how much I've received from them. It is only fair that I offer what I've gathered back at the same price. I'll keep it that way for as long as we can afford it. I know there are many cruising sites and pages out there; but, these are the ones
I've frequented in the 6 years prior to our departure.
We're going cruising to experience life different from our cultural heritage. We wish immerse ourselves in living. To break out of the cocoon that we Americans have become so comfortable in. We want to manage our lives not have life manage us.
For more frequent excursions into the life of a cruiser, The blog is it. There I will discuss most anything, economic theories, education, boat spares and parts, costs, etc. . If something pops into my brain and sits for a day or so there is a good chance of a blog entry. As always, Go Slow, Sail Far, Stay Long.... .
Here you'll be able to garner ideas on subjects upper most in the minds of lifestyle changes, the cost of of how we cruise is documented for close to 10 years, the adventures of getting boat projects completed either by myself or someone I hired is documented. Destinations and anchorages are covered with various levels of information depending on the length of time we've spent there. These pages aren't ment to replace the quality information found in the SSCA bulletin or on Noonsite and I'll do my best to provide dates as so much of what happens to cruiser is is time bound. What one sailor experiences now is often quite different from what another may experience in 6 months. So with that in mind be sure as you get close to any one spot you check with those cruisers personally who have just been there.