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Sailing with Balvenie: Departing from Cartagena in Spain By Amanda Church and Mark Farrell, , 4:50 PM Mon 4 Jul 2011
New Zealander cruising couple Amanda Church and Mark Farrell continue to cruise in their yacht Balvenie, a 47foot fractional rigged, centre cockpit, sailing sloop built in 1991. After making a winter home for Balvenie in Cartagena in Southern Spain, they are back for the sailing season, and it's time to leave ...[more]


Sailing with Eye Candy: Sicily to mainland Italy By Andrew and Clare Payne, 9:32 AM Fri 3 Jun 2011
Andrew and Clare Payne are sailing the Mediterranean in their yacht Eye Candy, and are about to leave Sicily for the Italian coastline: In Siracusa we were moored with several boats that we knew from Malta or Tunisia - sundowners and good company is never far away when you are cruising ...[more]


Sula visits Bermuda before sailing the Atlantic By David and Heather Churcher, 9:16 AM Tue 31 May 2011
Cruising sailors David and Heather Churcher are sailing the world on their Discovery 55, called Sula, having started from Melbourne Australia. They have spent some months in the Caribbean and are now poised to cross the Atlantic with two extra crew, Andrew and Rob Stead, on board. ...[more]


Sailing with Eye Candy: Malta and on to Sicily By Andrew and Clare Payne, , 10:00 AM Fri 20 May 2011
Andrew and Clare Payne are back on their sailing yacht Eye Candy in the Mediterranean, and have sailed from Tunisia to Malta, where they are berthed in the Msida Marina, finding many other cruising couples there to share experiences. We have a barbecue on the New Zealand boat Wired for Sound with a Kiwi (New Zealander) mate as well as Canadian couple Mike and Grace from 'Two Moons' ...[more]


Bandanyah's feisty crossing of the Great Australian Bight By Jack Binder, 10:30 AM Wed 11 May 2011
Jack and Jude Binder are circumnavigating Australia on their yacht Banyandah, and they have just completed a crossing from Albany across the Great Australian Bight to Portland in Victoria: Oow, my head still hurts like it’s going to shatter. Aye, from too much celebrating. ...[more]


Voyaging with Velella: 'Re-entering' the world By Meghan Cleary, American Sailing Association, , 6:59 AM Sun 1 May 2011
Continuing the Voyaging with Velella series by ASA writer-at-large Meghan Cleary. Meghan, Prescott and their cat Nessie are concluding an extended cruise along the coast of Mexico: We are anchored amongst a thicket of sailboats in La Paz. The sunsets here are look like a forest of masts on fire, trailing red smoking clouds across the evening sky. We’ve returned to the flock. ...[more]


Sailing with Eye Candy: Monastir to Malta By Andrew and Clare Payne, , 8:22 AM Sun 24 Apr 2011
Andrew and Clare Payne, after a break for the winter, are back on their sailing yacht Eye Candy in the Mediterranean, which has been berthed in Tunisia over the cold months. What will they find after the instability of the past months in this normally peaceful country? ...[more]


Sea-Monster Kitten Nessie cruises the tropics By Meghan Cleary, , 3:29 PM Sat 16 Apr 2011
Do you have a cat on your boat? Have you ever thought about it? ASA writer-at-large Meghan Cleary, her fiance Prescott, and their Sea-Monster kitten Nessie are on a planned 9-month cruise in the tropics on their yacht Velella, and this week Meghan writes about Nessie and her boating skills. ...[more]


Voyaging with Velella:The Sea of Cortez and - he's driving me nuts! By Meghan Cleary, American Sailing Association, 7:56 AM Sun 10 Apr 2011
Continuing the 'Voyaging with Velella' series by ASA writer-at-large Meghan Cleary. Meghan, her fiance Prescott, and their kitten Nessie are on a planned 9-month cruise in the tropics. A V-shaped notch opens at a sharp slant to the Northeast on the very northern edge of Isla Carmen, about midway up the Sea of Cortez. This particular spot is not a place many people get to visit ...[more]


Rally circumnavigates Tasmania - five weeks and 800 nautical miles By Sail-World Cruising/Lois Ryan, 10:29 AM Mon 21 Mar 2011
Tasmania. The closest big island to Antarctica. Lush, mountainous, secluded anchorages. With splendid weather in the summer. So why wouldn't you organise a yacht rally to circumnavigate it? The Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania has been doing just that for the last 20 years or so, and the latest one has just finished. See the pictures, to envy, or maybe to think about joining the next one ...[more]


Voyaging with Velella - San Blas to La Paz By Meghan Cleary, American Sailing Association, , 5:27 PM Sun 20 Mar 2011
Continuing the 'Voyaging with Velella' by ASA writer Meghan Cleary. Meghan, her fiance Prescott, and their kitten Nessie are on a planned 9-month cruise in the tropics. Last week, after over three months living on the lush tropical coast of mainland Mexico, it felt strange to be leaving it for good. We spent a couple of nights sleeping soundly in the gloriously still estuary at San Blas... ...[more]


Adventures of Banyandah: Streaking for Streaky Bay By Jack Binder, , 8:29 AM Tue 1 Mar 2011
Jack and Jude Binder are circumnavigating Australia on their yacht Banyandah, and they are currently sailing along the southern coastline of Australia, getting nearer to their crossing of the Great Australian Bight. Here they take us with them for part of their adventurous way, heading for Streaky Bay in South Australia: ...[more]


Voyaging with Velella: The work of cruising in tropical Mexico By Meghan Cleary, American Sailing Association, , 8:22 AM Sun 9 Jan 2011
Continuing the 'Voyaging with Velella' series by American Sailing Association writer-at-large Meghan Cleary. Meghan, Prescott and their kitten Nessie are on a planned 9-month cruise in the tropics: It’s no secret that cruising may be fun, but it’s not all play. The tropics have an easy time ravaging all your hard work: peeling varnishes, blackening oils, and fading canvases... ...[more]


Voyaging with Velella: On night sailing By Meghan Cleary, American Sailing Association, , 1:00 PM Fri 24 Dec 2010
One of the most frequent questions asked by non-sailors or day-sailors about long range cruising is how one copes with the night. A reader has asked American Sailing Association writer-at-large Meghan Cleary just such a question, and Meghan here answers. (Meghan is on a nine-month cruise in the tropics on sv Velella.) ...[more]


Laura Dekker is across the Atlantic By Nancy Knudsen, 7:02 AM Mon 20 Dec 2010
Three months after departing Europe Laura Dekker, 15-year-old Dutch cruising sailor, has arrived on the Caribbean island of Sint Maarten after sailing the Atlantic in 17 days(not to be the longest leg of her circumnavigation) from the Cape Verde Islands. She arrived after dark at the end of the 2200 nautical mile crossing, having experienced excellent winds during the last couple of days. ...[more]


Ullman proud of round-world feat of two cruising sailors By Ullman Sails/Sail-World Cruising., 7:55 AM Sun 19 Dec 2010
Ullman Sails, whose Voyager Hydra Net Radial cruising inventory Michael Lawler and Barbara Burdick chose for a three year round-the-world sailing trip, were pleased to welcome the couple back on their return to Southern California. Their yacht Traveler, which bore them safely and securely through many adventures, is a North Wind 47. ...[more]


Voyaging with Velella - Wildlife highway By Meghan Cleary, American Sailing Association, 6:48 AM Sun 19 Dec 2010
Continuing the 'Voyaging with Velella' series by ASA writer-at-large Meghan Cleary. Meghan, Prescott and their kitten Nessie are on a planned 9-month cruise in the tropics: We sailed into Chacala on the western coastline of Mexico before sunset, escorted all the way in to our anchoring spot by the most enormous dolphins I’ve ever seen ...[more]


Cruising sailor killed on yacht in Honduras by unknown assailants By Sail-World Cruising Round-up, , 9:53 AM Sun 5 Dec 2010
A yachting vacation turned into a nightmare when assailants boarded the yacht of a Canadian cruising sailor and his daughter and murdered him. Milan Egrmajer, 58, was killed Thursday after a gang of men swarmed his small yacht, named the Adena, off the northern coast of Honduras. ...[more]


Voyaging with Velella: Cabo San Lucas By Meghan Cleary, American Sailing Association, , 9:30 AM Sun 5 Dec 2010
Continuing 'Voyaging with Velella' by ASA writer-at-large Meghan Cleary. Meghan, her partner Prescott and their kitten Nessie are on a planned 9-month cruise in the tropics: We celebrated Thanksgiving this year with a swim and snorkel in the 75 degree 'pool' off the boat, with fresh guacamole and bright yellow cans of Pacifico Clara. We're in the sweeping blue bay at Cabo San Lucas. ...[more]


Voyaging with Velella: Mexico and Turtle Bay By Meghan Cleary, American Sailing Association, 8:35 AM Sun 28 Nov 2010
While most sailing in the northern hemisphere is drawing to a close, the Caribbean is the place to find clear weather, balmy seas and hundreds of fellow cruisers. Meghan Cleary, writer-at-large from the American Sailing Association, is voyaging through the tropical waters of Americas, and is with her partner Prescott and their kitten Nessie on their yacht Velella: ...[more]


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