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Old 10-21-2011, 06:48 AM   #1
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Hello everybody,

We are a married couple from Poland.For more than 10 seasons we have been sailing at the Baltic Sea. We have visitedabout 200 harbors and anchorages and lately we got an idea to share ourknowledge with other sailors. A few months ago we started to write a Sailing Photoblog.We write about the most beautiful places we have visited. Spots that can beeasily missed when cruising from one well known destination to another. Theblog is written in Polish but there are many photos as well. Besides, everybodycan use automatic translators like google translator nowadays. The translations are a bit funny sometimes, but if someoneis interested in a certain place, it is worth trying

You arewelcome to visit our blog: http://www.photovoya...act=sailingblog

and if you would be interested ingetting some more info about any place mentioned on the photoblog or generallyabout sailing on Baltic, please send us an e-mail.

We put news almost once a week andalways announce that on our Facebook, so if you like, join us there as well.

Best wishes from Poland

Agnieszka and Wlodek Bilinscy

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Old 02-16-2013, 12:24 PM   #2
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Hello again,
the blog about the most beautiful places on Baltic and western coast of Europe is 2 years old now. We changed it a little - it is written in English and Polish now, has a comment tool and search by countries as well. There is a link to a map with places described and some more... Welcome and enjoy :-)
┼╗eglarstwo Sailing Blog -┼╗eglarstwo Sailing Blog
Agnieszka and Wlodek Bilinscy
s/y Safran

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Old 02-17-2013, 12:39 AM   #3
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Hi Safrans,

I read some pages and saw some photos in your blog. It is really interesting, keep it up.

What I suggest you do is to create an account on the cruisers wiki and build or update some pages for some of the ports you have visited into pages on the wiki. Then you can link back from the wiki to pages in your blog, there is a section on every wiki page for those links. It will mean that people visiting pages from the wiki will then be able to read the stories you have posted.

Even simple comments such as "Entering harbor keep close to the leading line and to the right side because of the shallow further in the bay." which I found on your Storjungfrun page are useful to help other sailors who may want to enter those ports. The more information of this sort we can get into the wiki, the better it becomes as a resource for all sailors.
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