| ||"Georgia" the Superyacht.|
The comprehensive site of S.Y "Georgia", the multiple award-winning superyacht, and largest sloop in the world, covering everything from her construction through to present day adventures.
| ||2 Idiots In A Boat|
Chronicles of G.D. Peters and Rand Harper as they sail around the world to raise money for children and encourage all people to seek their own horizons.
| ||Adventure - *EQ Member Discounts Available*|
Small ship cruise and adventure travel experts. Active tours and vacations explore nature and wildlife up close in Antarctica, Alaska, Galapagos, Costa Rica, Belize, Baja, Guatemala, Peru, Ecuador, New Zealand and the South Pacific.
| ||Adventure Navigation by Small Yacht|
This is an adventure that spanned six years and 40,000 miles aboard a 23-foot boat, a circumnavigator. Available in English and Japanese.
| ||AlveiSailing the tropics|
Follow the Alvie through the sailing adventure of sailing from Portugal to Brisbane, Australia.
| ||Atlantic crossing- Florida to Spain|
Features an Atlantic crossing in a 28 footer. Leg 2, Bermuda to Horta, Azores, was filled with several survival storms, and the methods of navigation with plastic practice sextant only.
| ||Atom's Adventures|
Twenty years of sailing adventures by James Baldwin among which are two circumnavigations in his 28 foot sloop, Atom. Index and links to his dozens of published articles.
| ||Bear of Britain|
Follow the preparations of the "Bear of Britain" at its campaign website. Bear of Britain is a Farr 52 yacht.
| ||Camelot V|
The trans-Pacific sailing logs of a couple from Vancouver Island, Canada aboard their 41 foot sloop.
| ||Cutty Sark Tall Ships race 1999|
Photographs of ships, people, and places to sail by Ina Koys, with links to the Eye of the Wind, a tall ship.
| ||Doug and Kristin's Sailing Adventure|
Chronicles of their year-long sabbatical sailing in the Caribbean aboard their 42 foot Whitby ketch Desiderata.
| ||Due North|
A writer plans to sail to Newfoundland, Greenland and Baffin Island in the Canadian Arctic. In English and Dutch.
| ||Ellen MacArthur|
Competing in the Vendee Globe singlehanded non-stop round the world yacht race in 2000 aboard a specially designed Open 60.
| ||Expedition Sail|
Follow the chronicles of high latitude sailing expeditions including article and photo library from 12 years in the far south: Antarctica, South Georgia, Cape Horn and Tierra del Fuego. The site includes charter advice and related links.
| ||Follow Tony Gooch's 2002 Attempted Non Stop Solo Circumnavigatio|
This Web site has been created so that friends and others can follow the attempted non stop solo circumnavigation (Victoria to Victoria) by Tony Gooch, departing on September 28, 2002.
| ||Hacking Family Home|
Jon and Sue Hacking and their teenagers Chris and Amanda on "Ocelot," a Kronos 45 catamaran. Site documents their voyage starting in the Caribbean in the spring of 2002, with photographs, stories, boat specifications and equipment, schooling, flora and fa
| ||Hearts' Content|
Sailing in June 1997 from Nova Scotia, Canada, down the East Coast, through the Panama and across the Pacific to New Zealand, arriving in November 1999.
| ||Hygeia of Halsa|
Mie and Kiko Rutter and their circumanvigation in the sailing boat Hygeia of Halsa, a Hallberg-Rassy 42.
| ||In Viam Sailing around the World|
In Viam is sailing around the world 2003-2007. This boat is registered in the Netherlands.
| ||Inventure-Circumnavigation of the world & conquest of percep|
Trevor Jones aims to be the first quadraplegic to sail around the world. Inventure his wing powered trimaran has been especially adapted for the challenge
| ||Iwalani's Voyage Around the World|
Join the crew of Iwalani as they take three years to circumnavigate the world. Sailing on a 42 foot cutter, which they built themselves, they will be posting weekly logs and photos.
| ||Jeanie Johnston Chronicle|
Ireland's replica timber sailing ship makes her trans-Atlantic voyage to the US and Canada in Spring 2001. Pictures and progress reports from residents of Blennerville, Kerry, Ireland as she is being built.
| ||John Stevenson's Sailing Web|
Site contains pictures and descriptions of Stevenson's sailing experiences over the past 30 years, including the Chesapeake Bay, three sailing trips to Bermuda, and plans for an upcoming transatlantic voyage on his 42' Pearson ketch. Also includes photog
| ||Kitty and Skippy|
Our plan is to sail around the world on a sunbeam 39.
| ||Long PassagesCruising The World|
Circumnavigation in a Shannon 38 with information on destinations from Annapolis to Singapore and beyond
Planning a filmed sailing expedition through the Northwest Passage.
| ||Meriah... Sailing Around the World|
A family from Vancouver Island, Canada set off aboard their 50 ft Herreshoff Ketch on a journey of adventure and discovery. Follow their progress in real time on this interactive site.
| ||Micro Yachts in the Tasman|
A review of the small sailboats that have sailed the Tasman between Australia and New Zealand. One yacht was only 8 feet long!
| ||Nereus: the sailing adventure site|
A site about a Belgian couple who wants to travel around the world in an Outborn 44 aluminum sloop. Includes vessel specifications.
| ||Pam Cox's Sailing Round The World Website|
My sailing experience is all on tall ships with the STA or the Jubilee Sailing Trust. In 2002 that will all change. I'm about to sail in the Clipper Ventures Round the World Yacht Race.
| ||Rongevaer's Atlantic Crossing|
Track the current progress of Rongevaer, a 31' sailboat bound on a voyage from Bayfield, Wisconsin, to Norway.
| ||Sail With Shadowfax|
Follow a family on their trip from Chicago to the Caribbean. With photos, information, and links.
Website of BT Global Challenge 2004/5 Crew Volunteer Oliver Browett. The Challenge involves a 10 month circumnavigation against the prevailing winds.
| ||Sailing Around the World: Out of Bounds|
Sailing around the world on a 46 foot Swan sailboat. A three year sailing journey brought to the web with Quicktime VR/video, Real Audio, high res JPG images, and frequent updates.
| ||Sailing from Holland to Brazil|
Describes sailing from Holland to Brazil on Ananda, a 13 m cutter. Available in Dutch and English.
| ||Sailing to Mexico|
Log of the sailing vessel TICA, a Cabo Rico '38 sailing from Portland Oregon to San Diego, Baja, Costa Rica and Panama.
| ||Sailing Vessel: The SheeranAnn|
Captains Jim and Sheeran have been sailing the high seas since 1998. Now you can follow their adventures on SheeranAnn.com!
Cal Vader 49 being built on a hilltop in Vista California for a 10 year trip around the world.
| ||Stormy Duchess Trans-Atlantic 2001|
Follow Stormy Duchesson a trans-Atlantic crossing. This iste provides a daily (or near daily) tracking account of our voyage, which takes us from Tortola (British Virgin Islands) to Portugal.
| ||Sulmar's Trans-Atlantic Voyage|
In July 2001, Gillian and Robin Cay sailed their 35 foot sloop from Scotland on a year's adventure to the Caribbean and back via ports in Ireland, France, Spain, Portugal, Madeira and the Canary Islands.
| ||Survive the Savage Sea|
The Lucette was circumavigating when sunk by whales. The Robertson family survived 30 days in an open boat. This site tells their story and where they are now? Follow the adventure and find news of the present day Robertson family.
| ||SV ALIISA, cruising the Pacific|
Follow the cruise of s/v Alissa around the North Pacific.
| ||The Jorodeta|
A 53 foot Teak ketch, Magellan 45, built entirely of Burma Teak, and planning a world sail in the fall of 2000. Information about the yacht, crewing on the Jorodeta, and her previous voyages is available.
| ||The Sailing Adventures of "La Boatique"|
This Island Trader 41 left from its home port on Lake Erie to sail the world.
| ||The Starboard Home Chronicles|
The story of a couple's transatlantic crossing on a 40 foot sailboat and their sailing adventures in Europe and the Mediterranean.
| ||The Voyage of the Sailboat Dakare|
Past adventures and plans to sail leisurely around the world. Includes a hot link to almost real-time map showing current location, detailed commissioning specifications, operating parameters, safety gear, and photos.
| ||The Voyage of Wind-Borne III|
Carolyn and Rick O'Brien prepare their 36 foot Bayfield (cutter rigged) sailboat for a voyage in 2001 from Toronto to the Caribbean. Pictures and information on Bayfield Yachts. Includes sailing links.
| ||Trishna Millennium Sailing Expedition, India|
Chronicles of the sailing expedition to south-east Asia by the Indian army yacht, Trishna, to welcome the new millennium.
| ||Voyage of Heartsong III|
A Texas couple fulfilling a lifelong dream of sailing around the world. After voyaging 18,000 miles through the Caribbean Sea, Panama Canal, Pacific Ocean, Coral Sea, and Tasman Sea, they are over halfway around.
| ||World Wide Sailing Adventures|
The S/V "Western Grace" is presently being built at Christensen Yachts in Sidney, BC, Canada and is scheduled to be launched Oct. 2001. After her commissioning and shake down cruise in the winter of 2001-2002, she is scheduled to travel the inside Passag
| ||Yacht Fiona|
Eric B. Forsyth's travelogue as he sails around the world on a 42-foot yacht.
| ||Yacht Pilgrim|
Stories and pictures of Sue and Steve's circumnavigation aboard Yacht Pilgrim. Westward from San Francisco to Mexico, across the Pacific to Fiji, New Zealand, Australia. Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand. Sri Lanka, Maldives, Red Sea, Mediterran
| ||Yacht Seerose|
The narrative of a 5-year cruise on a 44 foot steel ketch from South Africa to SE Asia, via Mozambique, Tanzania, Zanzibar, Kenya and across the Indian Ocean.