On Beth Leonard and Evan Starzinger’s site you can find information on where they’ve cruised and where they’re planning to go; descriptions of their two boats, Silk and Hawk; articles they’ve written; cruising tips; photographs; and you can purchase Beth’s three books.
An interesting blog on boat building and design, with the occasional rant, from a liveaboard sailor.
This comprehensive sailing database provides information on everything from finding crew to interior lighting.
This is a global, free service for finding and providing crew on anything from canal boats to superyachts.
If you are interested in cruising Australia, this site provides an online cruising guide from a couple who live and sail there. But there’s more: some technical information, some cruising information, and the opportunity to buy books and DVDs written by Jack and Judith (Jude), who built their own sailboat and then lived and voyaged aboard for many years.
Sail-the-net is an easy to navigate and comprehensive marine resource site, offering links to services organized in over 400 categories and 260 geographical areas. You can also visit their used gear area, crew swap area and get a lot of other marine information on this site.
Sail Magazine’s executive editor, Charles Doane, publishes an interesting blog on an eclectic selection of subjects. His credentials as a journalism professional shine through in the clarity of his writing.