Justin Chando Nautical Photography


If you love sailing, open water, and photography this blog is a must read.

Scott's Boat Pages


A good blog for technical and boat-building information as well as sailing tips and boat restoration. Look for photos and critical posts on sailing and sailboat repare here.

Book III of The Pulse Series is Available to Preorder Now
by Scott B. Williams almost 3 years ago
Norwalk Islands Sharpie 23 for Sale
by Scott B. Williams about 3 years ago

The Bianka Log Blog


This blog offers you tips on good sailing books to read, notes on repairing sailboats or the opportunity to watch Captain Mike play the guitar.

by Capt. Mike over 2 years ago
by Capt. Mike over 2 years ago

Tall Ships Challenge Official Blog


You watched Pirates of the Caribbean, but have you ever wondered what it would be like to sail a tall ship? This blog has current news and information about operational tall ships and their sailing agendas and challenges.

Last Minute EAGLE Opportunity
by Tall Ships America over 2 years ago
It’s #TALLSHIPSTUESDAY! Let’s learn about Inland Seas
by Tall Ships America over 2 years ago

I Sea Stripes


Have you ever wondered why sailors wore blue and white striped shirts? This blog is dedicated to striped shirts and the people who donned striped uniforms.

by noreply@blogger.com (Beret And Boina) over 4 years ago
by noreply@blogger.com (Beret And Boina) over 4 years ago

Stevens, Waring & White Yacht Design Blog


This blog is maintained by three professional yacht designers. You'll find photographs, design concepts and ideas, and tips about yacht maintenance on the SWW Yacht Design Blog.

Alison Langley Nautical Photography


This photo portfolio is dedicated to sailboats. Whether you're in the market to have your boat photographed or you just want to drool over a few beautiful yachts, this photo blog will mesmerize you.

2014 Nautical Images Calendar
by alison over 4 years ago
Client News from this weekend’s Newport International Boat Show
by alison almost 5 years ago

Dudley Dix Yacht Design


Dudley Dix designs boats of all types for amateur and professional boatbuilders. This blog will keep you up to date on what is happening with new and existing designs, as well as when we will be at boat shows and other events.

Kidz at Sea on a Didi 26
by noreply@blogger.com (Dudley Dix) over 2 years ago
"Flying Cloud", A Plywood Dix 43
by noreply@blogger.com (Dudley Dix) over 2 years ago

Nautical By Nature


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.

Friends and Family SALES
by noreply@blogger.com (Kate) over 3 years ago
Holiday sheets from Garnet Hill
by noreply@blogger.com (Kate) over 3 years ago

Out of Bounds


This travel blog explores retired life on a sailboat, cruises through tropical waters and wandering warm sandy beaches.

Just A Repositioning Cruise
by Marg about 3 years ago
Last Anchorage this season
about 3 years ago

Chine bLog


Chine bLog focuses on wooden sailboat design and operation. The author is passionate about the art and beauty of sailing, and he shares his opinions and experiences eloquently.

Abby's Blog


Abby is the youngest person to sail solo around the world. She embarked upon her journey in January of 2010, blogging through the trip, and although she's completed her quest, she continues to write about her love of sailing.

Skylark, Sailing Adventures on a Cal 34


Details the adventures of a couple refitting a 1968 Cal 34 and sailing down the U.S. East Coast, Florida, Bahamas and eventually the Caribbean.

Well, I am (almost) back...
by Skylark about 4 years ago
Curiosity Killed the Cat
by Tofu over 4 years ago

Sailor Rob


Voyaging across the Pacific in a classic 1957 mahogany sloop.

Controlled Jibe


Mark and Katie, along with their adventurous 3-yr old golden retriever mutt, Wylie, have opted for a life outside of the ordinary. Although very much a work in progress, they have sailed the Sea of Cortez on a 28' Pearson Triton, are working as guides in Alaska this summer and plan to continue the adventure until 'the money runs out or the golden retriever mutinies...'!

The Birds And The Bees And The Goats
by Katie and Mark over 4 years ago
The Week in Photos
by Katie and Mark over 4 years ago

Sundowner Sails Again


Tate and Dani are refitting a 1974 Westsail 32' to prepare her for her 4th Curcumnavigation around Jan 1st 2015. It all begins in New Orleans, La.

Stern arch or boomkin tower
by Tate about 4 years ago
Replacing ancient Nicro Dorades with Air-Only Dorades
by Tate about 4 years ago