This sailing blog is written from a women's perspective, women on cruising yachts keeping both those new to sailing and the experienced up to date.
There are stories of how other women sailors deal with different issues, interesting tips and experiences of sailors both cruisers, with or without partners, solo sailor's and the inspirational elite adventurers and racers.
This is not just from my experiences or opinions but based on stories and experiences from many women's years on cruising yachts and sailing of all types!
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She was swept off her feet by this adventurous man at the sailing club; dreams of romance at sea he spoke of his Catamaran and the amazing places he sails to, she was keen to join him.
Single sailors! There are hundreds of thousands of them around the world! But they may not necessarily be solo sailors! They could be looking for love, for friendship or purely have a love of sailing and wish to cruise both off shore or coastal!
Hilary Lister a disabled sailor is the first female quadriplegic to sail solo around Britain defying the odds to complete her solo voyage, read more on this courageous young woman!
Avoid sea sickness! Ninety percent of all people suffer from some type of sea sickness at some stage in their lives, how can you overcome it.
Australian sailing waters and the coastline is a great way to not only see the country, but to really experience all that is offered.
Auckland New Zealand is a vibrant city that curves its way around the shores of the Hauraki Gulf. Known as the ‘city of sails’ because of the masses of yachts that grace its waters.
Anchoring in a crowded bay can be a real challenge. There’s more to anchoring than just dropping it and hoping for the best, a few simple measures can protect your pride and give you security and enjoyment.
Sea quotes to inspire … to motivate …and to encourage you to chart your own destiny!! So set your goals, set your sails, and live your dream!!
Sailing my story! I took a 4 day course with Alan Wright, a boat designer and builder, a patient and brilliant teacher. And that was the beginning of my passion for this lifestyle.
Nautical lingo, sailing terminology if you must, can seem like an antiquated language used by old salts of the sea. But if you are learning to sail its a language you must master.
Naming a boat and re-naming a boat can be fun and bring out your creativity, but what about the superstitions? What to consider!
Lord Howe Island is a short sail from Sydney, Australia, a getaway to escape the fast life …. And lazily embrace beauty and simplicity.
How can you sail the world without ever owning a boat? Hitchhike aboard sailboats of course! Would you like unlimited adventure all on a tight budget! Find out how!
The French Riviera on a shoestring...it's hard to imagine moving on to explore further afield. The Iles de Lerins just off Cannes is one of those places.
Fatigue at Sea s a rising problem among the sailing industry. High workload, less work-force, lack of sleep creates this fatigue which can lead one to create a human error.