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“My main purpose of buying a boat is to do the Solo Challenge Trans-Tasman race in 2018. And be the first Guatemalan woman to achieve such a goal. ” Said Ashley Rogers
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.
Sailings his dream but could be his partner’s nightmare! How can she be encouraged to enjoy it too and what challenges need to be overcome!
On a visit to Canada I experienced the other extreme from tropical sailing; Canadas liveaboards in below zero temperatures, the way they survived and learnt why they choose this life style.
The Caribbean cuisine when sailing the islands is a mixture of styles and nationalities, with distinct flavours of aromatic spices, hot pepper sauces and fragrant marinades!
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.
The courage to go cruising is a demand made from us before we ever leave the dock-for some of us, before we ever even get a boat.
Sailing offshore on your own yacht you can be experiencing different cultures and undertaking the world of blue water cruising.
Sailing was mainly a male domain until this last decade now we find more women who sail either to cruise or race, why?
Remember your first solo voyage? I do and Jacqueline’s story reminds all of us solo sailors that ‘what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger’… yes it’s not all plain sailing!
Advice to share with parents that would like to liveaboard with children on a sailboat and on how best to prepare for this new lifestyle.
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!
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!
Sailing England Lakes District is why so many people from all over the world go to the UK, find out just how beautiful they are and what to do while there!
Good passage planning is the first step to you realizing your cruising dream and setting sail! So what are the steps you should be taking?