Gregg A Granger
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Holland, Michigan
About Me: . I returned in 2008 from a circumnavigation with my family aboard the sailing vessel Faith. My wife, two daughters, and one son made the journey.
Current location:
Middleville, MI
Destinations visited:
38 different countries around the world, most between the tropics.
Looking to:
Currently have a manuscript of the book: Sailing Faith: The Long Way Home, and am looking for an agent or a publisher

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Ode to a Broken World

Posted on May 4, 2010 at 11:30pm 0 Comments

The following is an excerpt from the afterword in Sailing Faith: The Long Way Home.

In four years and a half of traveling the globe, we found no strangers. We found people everywhere engaged in life, in love, in vocation, and in worship.

Curiosities abounded, but rather than focus on the curiosities of others, we gained a perspective…


What prompted our family to go cruising

Posted on November 9, 2009 at 4:35pm 0 Comments

Today’s post is the introduction to Sailing Faith: The Long Way Home. I plan on making the book available for purchase in time for Christmas, and wish to have an idea of how many to order. Please click here to express a nonbinding interest in ordering.


Just because you’re a great nobleman, you think you’re a great genius! Nobility, riches, a title, high positions, that all makes a man… Continue

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At 1:53pm on May 4, 2010, zeehag said…
just returned to tha tugly place wherein shrimpers and fishers whine about oil without doing a dang thing about it--saw 4 of them loaded with porta potties going out with orange vests and steel screwed and glued onto their toes for a clean up exercise run--- was awesomje--the boom is ready at the hwy 90 bridge--i figgered that is too far into the area for any positive cleanup--but they want ponchartrain to stay clean.....i want the entire area to stay i pray it does---smelled oil when we got between cat and ship island and the mainland--yukkkkkkk......
At 3:52pm on February 26, 2009, Randy said…
Gregg, I read about you in the GR press, I live in Charlotte,MI and sail out of Whitehall. What you did was very neat and I know your kids had to love it from what I read.
At 1:53pm on February 23, 2009, Gary Johnson said…
Hello Gregg, Welcome to Seaknots, How are you adjusting to life in Mi after spending all that time in the Tropics? I just returned from 4 wks in Mexico , and this Iowa snow and cold does not impress me at all..
In 07, I sailed from Chestertown Md to Iowa and I discovered the people of New York were not as scary as they were rumered to be.. Had a really great experience on the Erie Canal and met some really good people...I think being on a boat changes your whole outlook on life... Would like to know more about your trip. gary

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