26 45.60N:77 19.47W
Scattered clouds, chance of thunderstorms. High: 82° F. Wind South 11 mph.
The sweat slips slowly down the small of my back. My hair is damp and stuck to my head. Off in the distance, thunder rumbles, but here on Black Sound at Green Turtle Cay, not a whisper of wind ruffles the water. I’ve got my computer set up in the cockpit so I can work trying to catch whatever wisps of wind come my way. I’m on the… Continue
Added by Christine Kling on May 24, 2008 at 7:30am —
The current sail plan for Can Drac's Maiden Voyage scheduled for this coming Memorial Day weekend.
As you can see on the chart, this trip is divided into 3 legs, one for each day:
LEG 1: The plan is to depart from Riverside marina in New Jersey at 5 am on Saturday morning for a 100 mile passage to Cape May. At that time the tide will be at its highest ensuring maximum depth through the narrow and shallow channel into the… Continue
Added by Franc on May 21, 2008 at 11:00am —
Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and John McCain were flying to a debate.
Barack looked at Hillary, Chuckled and said, 'You know I could throw a $1,000 bill out of the window right now and make somebody very happy.'
Hillary shrugged her shoulders and replied, 'I could throw ten $100 bills out of the window and make ten people very happy.'
John added, 'That being the case, I could throw one hundred $10 bills out of the window and make a… Continue
Added by Banana Wind on May 19, 2008 at 5:36pm —
I was in. A whole new world had opened up and welcomed me in. I was sailing. Sailing, sailing, sailing. Up until that point I was just enjoying the pure wind upon my face, I was sailing. I quickly found out that it wasn't just about sailing though. There were a few different aspects to sailing. In the Manhattan Yacht Club I found that there were 2 basic types of boaters. Racers or Cruisers.
I wasn't sure what I was yet. I just started. I just knew I had to be out on the water and at… Continue
Added by Andrea on May 12, 2008 at 7:21pm —
What is the difference?
Added by Vulcan1600 on May 12, 2008 at 12:13am —
Yes, we know... SeaKnots can be addictive. But if you ever find yourself entangled in the process of establishing new knots with fellow sailors read below. Here are a few useful tips to maximize and enjoy your SeaKnots experience:
- Find other members:
Want to find a member in your area? Want to know who's already been to your next destination? Perhaps someone with a particular type of boat? Use the Search feature at the top of any SeaKnots page and see what comes up! Don't be… Continue
Added by SeaKnots on May 11, 2008 at 7:00pm —
Currently, I am land locked in beutiful Boulder, Colorado. Spending loads of money for a major refit in Ecuador... and figuring out how to smuggle into a country w/ a 32% import tax...
Added by Dave on May 10, 2008 at 12:37pm —
I actually started a blog, after my family got inundated with my status emails. It's a bit behind now. Hopefully, will get it caught up soon:
Added by Anne on May 1, 2008 at 10:33pm —
Check out http://tritonsatsea.blogspot.com
for a complete description (with pictures and snarky commentary) of my travails getting the boat home.
Added by robb triton on April 18, 2008 at 9:00pm —
1,2,3 probando :)
Added by sisargas on April 14, 2008 at 8:45am —
I'm busy preparing to depart Montreal for Santiago, Chile, where I will do the tourist thing on a KTM 650 moto for 6 weeks before delivering a brand new "Chris White" designed 60" cat to San Diego, California.
Well it's now September, 2008
and I'm back from the successful delivery. I never did do the moto trip, but did manage to tour all of northern Chile and spend a week on Easter Island, as well as spending a month in Valdivia, Chile at the Alwoplast boat yard observing the… Continue
Added by Ness on April 5, 2008 at 8:30am —
For diving fans we do have a special diving week this.
Added by Christoph Heckenbuecker on March 28, 2008 at 5:05pm —
I had started a blogging site shortly after we purchased our boat. We keep a record of all our up grades that we do in order to prep her for extended cruising. Every once in a while we do manage to escape away from the dock and have a little fun on her. So if you would like to read about it the site is www.tybeetime.blogspot.com . Take a look around and tell me what you think.
Added by Nancy on March 28, 2008 at 8:55am —
From afar, I always thought that sailing was so elegant, peaceful and that you had to be rich to be able to enter into it. This was of course from afar before I had become a sailor myself in 2000. Any reference to sailing in the media shows beautiful, happy people on a large sailing yacht sipping wine and enjoying the wind upon the sails. I am not sure that the media (or the media that I had paid attention to) had really shown me any other side to sailing.
As a child growing up near… Continue
Added by Andrea on March 25, 2008 at 6:10am —
Like already in the last year we offer the charter of a GULET for the INTERNATIONAL FILMFESTIVAL CANNES 2008 again.
The customers enjoy the film festivals apart from hecticness and you can offer your business partners a special atmosphere. You can get an impression of the tendency on our ship here:
On a Gulet can stay overnight up to 12 persons. In roomy 6 double cabs with own bath & toilet you can recover yourself from the… Continue
Added by Christoph Heckenbuecker on March 24, 2008 at 2:17pm —
I recently came across this video about Mike Harker and his circumnavigation on Wanderlust 3 and HAD to share it! Here's an extraordinary story of courage and adventure. Check it out!
Added by Franc on October 10, 2007 at 8:09am —
SeaKnots t-shirts were spotted at theNewport Boatshow. If you go to Annapolis this year, look for us because we'll be there!
Added by Franc on October 2, 2007 at 11:00am —
'Deep Water' is the stunning true story of the first solo, non-stop, round-the-world boat race, and the psychological toll it took on its competitors. Sponsored by the Sunday Times of London, the much-ballyhooed event attracted a field of nine, including amateur sailor Donald Crowhurst, who set out to circumnavigate the globe in late 1968. Battling treacherous seas and his own demons,… Continue
Added by Franc on September 6, 2007 at 8:01am —
Just 22 days after the magnificent outcome of the 32nd America’s Cup, with Alinghi’s victory in Valencia, the Swiss Defender led by Ernesto Bertarelli, together with the Société Nautique de Genève and ACM, have made public most of the details for the 33rd edition of the oldest trophy in the world of sport. Continue
Following a new agreement with the Spanish state, the Valencia Regional Government and the Valencia Municipality, the Host City for the 33rd America’s Cup will be Valencia. The…
Added by Franc on July 26, 2007 at 8:04am —
Added by Beneteau311 on July 22, 2007 at 8:56am —