Nautical By Naturehttp://www.nauticalbynatureblog.com/
This blog is a tiny search engine for all things nautical. Whether you're looking for nautical wedding designs or ideas on revamping your home with a nautical flair, this blog will have ideas and resources to help you find the perfect fit.
Dock Six Chronicleshttp://docksixchronicles.blogspot.com
The adventures of the merry band of misfits who call Dock Six in Port Dover their summer home. Boat repair, boat maintenance, boat building, boat cruises, boat philosophy, boat recipes and just plain boats are the focus, fueled by good food, good friends and cheap booze.
s/v Rainy Dayshttp://www.dainyrays.blogspot.com
This blog is about our journey from our very responsible careers into a life of retirement, and from living in our home in Annapolis to living aboard and cruising our C&C Landfall 38, s/v Rainy Days. It starts with the refit of our 30-year old sailboat in 2013.
Sailing Vessel Froo Galhttp://svfroogal.blogspot.co.uk
The blog of the frugal sailors -- sailing on a budget. The thoughts and deeds of the frugal crew of SV Froo Gal. If like us you read blogs and watch vlogs of crews sailing across the Atlantic or Pacific in search of adventure, but are not yet ready to leave. You want to sail now (boat ownership is expensive); you want to save money for the future, to fund your sail-away dream in a few years' time; so you must sail on a budget. Froo Gal's crew share there experience of boat ownership and trying to keep costs low in one of the most expensive sailing areas in the world -- The Solent and the south coast of England. Please share your frugal tips with us.
A hillbilly (a woman from Kentucky) marries a frog (a man from France) and they drop everything to go sailing on their boat Mareda (a Sun Odyssey 379). Here are their (mostly) true stories of how it's going, warts and all.
Sailing Simple Lifehttp://www.sailingsimplelife.blogspot.com
This blog is written by a couple who worked 9-5 jobs for over thirty years only to drop off the grid to choose a new lifestyle by sailing and living aboard their 37' Island Packet cutter Simple Life. Each season they travel south to the Bahamas from New England to winter in the Out Islands of the Bahamas. They sail, fish, spear fish, play music with fellow cruisers and generally live a Bohemian lifestyle. Join them on their southern trek in fall and northern sail in Spring. Find out what life is like aboard a relatively small boat in a big ocean.