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Profile Type:
Sailor
Homeport:
Marina di Cecina
About Me:
I'm a passionate sailor who lives far from the sea, in Milan - Italy. I use to sail in the Mediterranean, speciallly the Tuscan archipelago and Hyeres Islands. Send me a few comments if you are sailing in the same areas.
I'm also the creator of Bluemapia, an online open cruising guide created by sailors for sailors.
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Visit my profile at http://www.bluemapia.com/userDetails.php?id=31
where I created all of my sailing trips and destinations



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Bluemapia Sponsors People's Boat

Posted on January 18, 2010 at 12:00pm 0 Comments

Alex Alley needs sponsors to participate to the next Ocean Global Race.
Enrty level to buy a space on his boat 5x5 cm is 25 £.

http://ning.it/8EfuHF

He is a great guy and at the end of the race the boat will be sold and a donation will be made to charity.

That's why we decided to sponsor his adventure.

Join us and buy your space!
Marcello

Bluemapia: share your sailing destinations and nautical points of interest on a public map.

Posted on December 2, 2009 at 1:30pm 1 Comment

We believe that sailors are the best source of sailing information.



That is why my friend Max and I created bluemapia, an open content sailing and cruising guide, where people from all over the world can write about the places they have visited by boat: bays they love, safe anchorages they know, best marina services they have found or charming villages where to stop for a night.…



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At 8:26pm on December 2, 2009, Liv said…
Hi,
beautiful area you sail in. Now removed from Europe and living in Canada, I've motor boated but not sailed in the Adriatic sea many years ago. I learned to waterski near Ravenna. ! That was a long time ago but I still hold happy memories of Italy and Croatia.
At 5:46pm on December 2, 2009, Francisco Martins said…
Hello.Thanks for adding me as friend. I sail a 37ft sloop beneteau mostly in Atlantic Portuguese coast. Nice to have you as a friend
 
 
 

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