The Ultimate Sailing Websites Roundup

This is your favorite sailing website above all others, right? [wink] Actually, I’m not so arrogant as to believe that. I bet you have several others that you like to visit as much or more than this one.

You can find many of my favorites on the Links page but what are yours? If everybody that reads this blog would contribute their favorites, we would have the ultimate sailing websites list.

Please share your favorite websites here for everybody to enjoy. They don’t have to be about DIY, they can be about cruising destinations, cruising journals, racing, sailboat building, anything related to sailing.

Just copy and paste the addresses of your favorites into a comment at the bottom of this page. You can also tell us what you like most about them if you want to. Then check back here over the next week or two to find new websites that you may not have discovered yet.

It will be interesting to see which ones are the most popular and why!

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7 Comments Add yours

  1. Tom Riley says:

    Actually, your site has beome a favorite. At 79 years of age, I finally found my 15 year old Catalina 310 too much to (single) hand and moved to an ’88 Precision 23. My goal is to upgrade it so I can control it completely from the cockpit. I’ve picked up some good tips from your site and from simply looking at photos and ads in other publications. Keep up the good work.
    The Ancient Mariner

    1. Thanks for the kind comments. I hope I’m still sailing at 79!

  2. roman says:

    sometimes i find the websites of online retailers are full of information as well as having the ability to comparative shop. Sites such as Defender or in Canada, Holland Marine and/or Marine Outfitters

    1. Good point, Roman. I especially like the free downloadable Use Guides on the West System site, everything you need to know about fiberglass repairs and how to get the best out of their products.

  3. Dave M says:

    I learn best from videos. I use YouTube a lot, but a new favoite sailing channel is:
    A great videographer, I love his narration on the solo cruise to Hawaii, the compilation of family cruising when he was a kid and the repair topics, too.

    1. For those who aren’t aware, I also have a $tingy Sailor YouTube channel where you can find all of the videos that I’ve made for projects here. Currently there are 12 videos with more planned.

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