Below are links to featured cruising blogs where you can read about other cruisers doing the same things you are or the things you dream of doing. See where others are cruising, how they’re doing it, and gather information and advice for coastal and offshore cruising. While PassageMaker hosts the links to these blogs, we do not endorse the opinions featured on the following pages.
To be considered email Kelly Fong.
JP & Marie Dufour are full-time cruisers on board DOMINO, a true Passagemaking, long range powercat. The ultimate design by Kiwi designer Malcom Tennant, DOMINO takes the Dufours around the world.
Egret and Nordhavn
In line with the Around The World journey of 2001-02 and the 2004 Atlantic Rally comes another great Nordhavn adventure: the Voyage of Egret. What started out for Scott and Mary Flanders as a 16-month journey from Gibraltar to New Zealand by way of Cape Horn on their Nordhavn 46, has turned into a life journey with goal destinations and loose timelines.
The motor yacht (m/y) Grey Pearl is owned and operated by US Coast Guard Captains Martina and Braun Jones. She is a small boat of the ‘Adventure’ or ‘Expedition’ yacht class, designed and built for worldwide cruising. She is currently on a leisurely circumnavigation of the world.
Following The Equator: Voyages of Equinox
Welcome Aboard! We’re just a family following our dreams, living aboard and cruising where we can. Feel free to follow in our wake as we journey aboard our 2007 Kadey-Krogen 58′!
This is the log of the trawler Pathfinder, a Mainship 400 trawler skippered by Marianne & Chris Barlow, cruising between Newport RI and Sarasota FL.
Follow the voyages of Robert Beebe’s original Passagemaker as explores the rivers of South America and beyond.
Jeannie and I have been boating for over twenty years, and split our time between our home in Kilmarnock, VA and on the boat. We took delivery of Seabright in June 2009 after a bit under two years of deciding, planning and construction. I hold a USCG 100 ton Masters license. This is our 8th boat in the past 20+ years. The last two were a Nordhavn 57 and a Grand Banks 49. Our primary cruising area is the east coast of the US and the Bahamas. We spend slightly more than 6 months of year aboard. Since taking delivery we have traveled about 10K miles and counting! John and Jeannie Coyle