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Old 10-03-2008, 03:41 PM   #1
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A couple to follow:

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Any more currently cruising?
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I've been following this Mahe for a while.
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I've been following S/V Ocelot
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Old 10-10-2008, 03:47 AM   #4
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Ocelot and many others are in the "cruiser narratives" on the home page. There are many cats in the log and some excellent websites. I too have followed along with the Ocelot and have had direct communication with John Hacking. They are/were on the west coast visiting and putting their daughter in school. Hope the update the web site as John is a wealth of information. On the narratives, check out s/v sojourner, as small mono from Cal. They set sail for the Marquesas from Cabo San Lucas, as shows an interesting side to a long passage!
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Another fun one to follow is splasdash at www.thesplash.com. this couple sold everything in Vancouver,Canada and traipsed off to Florida to find a Gimini 103mc to buy and sail around the world. They are currently, as of a week ago, hanging out in Bora Bora. Their logs and photos are great fun to read and shows you can just do it if you have the drive and the smarts to back it up. Check them out! It's a great read with a cold one.
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I am a little bias but try www.svalegria.com.

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Old 10-12-2008, 09:41 PM   #7
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Site looks good! Except all your photos are "x'ed" out! I tried turning off my many firewalls and re-loading but the hyperlinks show dead. Is it me?
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Another fun one to follow is splasdash at www.thesplash.com.

I goofed up! The url here is the correct one www.thesplashdash.com

Thanks to our old and wise moderator for bringing that to my attention!
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Another fun one to follow is splasdash at www.thesplash.com.

I goofed up! The url here is the correct one www.thesplashdash.com

Thanks to our old and wise moderator for bringing that to my attention!
I really should have more coffee before posting! www.theslapdash.com

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I goofed up! The url here is the correct one www.thesplashdash.com
Pairahulls,

Not sure what you are trying to show on this topic, but when using the quoted URL as the correct one :-

www.thesplashdash.com

we are directed to this website :-

http://www.manchesterairport.co.uk/manweb.nsf

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Not sure what you are trying to show on this topic, but when using the quoted URL as the correct one :-

www.thesplashdash.com

we are directed to this website :-

http://www.manchesterairport.co.uk/manweb.nsf

That is friggin weird! OK if this don't work I quit! :> The point is these two are in a Gemini 32/33 footer cruising the worls and their web site will have you rolling on the floor! This is it, if not I give!

http://www.theslapdash.com/index.html
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easy to have Splashdash and not Slapdash - chuckles!
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If you are interested in fun blogs from a couple of Australian cruisers, check ours out............
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